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  • Some Love In a Ugandan Relationship

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    Most Ugandans in a relationship, don't know how to put in love. Both old and young think that a relationship is all about free sex anytime and a free meal-ticket. This sort of mindset is very deep-rooted and unhealthy as society has come to see it as the norm.

    Don't rush into saying "I love you!" Take the time to realise what it is that you're saying; that it means something. Unless you can feel like this is a promise, that you will feel like this for the rest of your life, then don't say it!


    Make sure you trust, admire, and respect the person you are with. Can you see being with him or her forever? Can you really talk to each other? About anything? Can you be honest with and support each other?

    Do you have meaningful conversations?Do you mean something to each other?


    Is the relationship exclusive[just fuckmates], serious, long-term, mature, meaningful, loving, trustful, truthful, respectful, and so on? If the answer is yes, then you may be heading towards love.

    Take the physical aspect of the relationship slowly as well. This will give you time to develop other aspects of your relationship. Like the verbal, psychological, mental, emotional, affectionate, and other kinds of intimacy / closeness that has nothing to do with the physical stuff.


    Don't let your life completely revolve around them. Your partner will find it sexy that you have other priorities. It's a sign of self-respect.Connect/bond - on a deeper level (than physical, etc.) with one another - let there be time for the emotional, psychological, mental, and verbal (etc.) intimacy or closeness to grow, expand, and develop (etc).

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  • Uganda Face

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    Could anybody touch a sun's ray?Long ago..I was thinking about the day, a heart beating told me that I am in love...Untill i met him,I was playing but now he Drives me crazy and I can't do anything...I am a cowardly,you think...Are the ilussions those which made me be like this...?
    Just few seconds..and I've found the true..An unbearable true,that one which rememberedMe that all must change,it should be different...All my fears won't let me be happy...but
    Born and raised in Kabale, Don't you love the freshness of kabale..I can forget that I suffered many times, Cause I have wanted something unfeasable;Anything that could come true...Nobobdy told me that all was such a dream..and my hope
    Grew,grew strong,untillIt started to do me a bad turn and I became a transient...my happiness became that Ray I could not touch..and now...Like u..I am afraid...uganda

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  • Learn to talk to a Ugandan girl

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    Shyness can be a very annoying disability to most people. Shyness can mean missing out on good and beautiful things. Alchoholics and drug users are a classical example of being shy and needing a fix to overcome that disability. Most women are very shy and have to use make-up to camourflage their shyness. Many people miss-out on great love because they're shy and can't make that first move. Traditionally, Ugandan men had to fight for them or show off agreat talent like hunting the best Beast!

    Make sure you are alone or at least not as likely to be disturbed.

    Don't let the conversation die down!Do not ever, ever, insult her in any way. Also, do not ever ask her why she is so quiet/shy. There is no answer to that question, and the shy girl will feel uncomfortable.

    Get up the courage to go and ask for her name if you don't already know it. If you do then either pretend you don't, or say something on the lines of 'you must be....'

    Keep the conversation going. Ask various things like: 'you must be new here', 'do you know many people here?', 'would you like to go for a drink at dinner, as my plans have got cancelled etc.

    Don't ask too much questions, but tell her other things too, like say some things about yourself and most likely she will either reply to the things you said or make a comment about it. She might even say something about herself.

    Don't act too nervous or the conversation will seem very awkward.
    Act natural. When you're acting natural, it will be easier to keep the conversation flowing, and maybe you will even say something funny.

    Things You'll Need: Courage, a few topics to talk about, possibly money,funny public figures and maybe some of your music collection

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  • Uganda needs Real Change and not Kizza Besigye!

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    Why do Ugandans have to put up with a rotten government made of thieves and proffesional criminals, are soldiers today cowards to topple such a regime, or has UPDF become an Army of cowards[girls] and they fear to die? Cowards will never be known by anyone because they will die losers!

    Fellow Ugandans, if you're waiting for Kizza Besigye and his FDC to liberate you, just continue sleeping and dreaming because Besigye and Museveni are the same people[sadists]: The GAVI thief "Gen" Jim Muhwezi, Chats with Besigye three times in a week. FDC are left-overs of museveni and their chief mobilisers, Mugisha Muntu, murdered many Ugandans in Cold Blood and he enjoys breaking people's knee-caps.That's why many young people went into exile during 1989 & 1990, to escape his brutality,[he suffocated many ugandans of Rwandese and Luo Origin] Do we really want to go backward or forwards? Fellow Ugandans, think about it!!

    We call upon the Female Gold-diggers Brigade, to start being active...the holiday is over, Saa ya Kazi!
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    Don't forget to memorise his Debit card numbers, both in the front and back[the 4 digits]!!

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