The BBC are in the business of using taxpayers money to fund useless documentaries about Africa.
Just another addition to the mountain of fuckery.
Here’s an idea BBC, why don’t you guys document shit worth speaking of. Perhaps explain to us why the West really wanted Gaddafi dead or why as we sit here eating dinner and discussing ‘witchcraft’, Africa is in the process of being recolonized.
#They are either using my money to fund wars or oppress my people.
Hey guys :)
If you ask me a personal question, I won’t answer publicly. If your ask is not activated then unfortunately I won’t be able to respond to your questions so I’m not ignoring you…incase you wondered.
IN THE PROCESS OF CREATING A PERSONAL BLOG
It’ll be dedicated to lots and lots of selfies, written in English, French, Creole and if I feel like throwing you guys off then occasionally i’ll write in Kamtok.
Plenty of shit talking, good music, books/book reviews, bicycles, style, natural skin and hair care stuff, lots of twerking (esp) to Ntombolo, Zinge and Mapouka, step by step pics of things I actually make and the pics will all be of decent quality (these iPhone half hearted pics ain’t shit).
I won’t include anything health & fitness…not even by accident.
I’ll let you guys know when it is up and running :D
If you want to appreciate dark skin women, you have to go to these specifically assigned spaces called “dark skin women appreciation” blogs.
No seriously, of the thousands of blogs dedicated to beautiful women, dark skin women are either nowhere to be found or make up the smallest minority of the features.
Shout out to all mah brownins dem, yah waan tek fiyah mek fiyah.
Ray Charles Live in Paris 1961
Just watched all 115 minutes of his set at the Antibes Jazz Festival.
Great music never dies!
Went down to the chippy
Got myself some cod and chips and ate it really slowly to savour the taste. Threw some black pepper and tartar sauce on it.
Curious question to Vegans
I’ll insert this caveat before someone attempts to slit my throat. THIS IS JUST A QUESTION…read nothing more into it that what you see with your eyes :)
Q: Are you as a vegan an advocate of the minimisation of human suffering in the same way/extent as you are of animal suffering?
If the answer is yes… What steps have you taken?
I follow lots of vegan/vegetarian blogs so it’s just an interesting thought. You can answer on here or message me :)
If it makes your life easier…
Avoid telling people you are on a lifestyle change/healthy diet and also avoid discussing your eating habits.
You will more than likely end up being policed by people who don’t have the guts to do what you do.
On the occasion where you do actually fancy a slice of cake, you will be frowned upon and accused of breaking the “health freak” rules.
Just received a message from someone who says she feels guilty every time she treats herself to something a little unhealthy because people make rude comments and do the usual “*gasp* omg I thought you were supposed to be on a diet!”.
This gets old. Eat what you want, when you want and make your body your business not the business of 3 million people.
P.S this rule doesn’t apply to everyone and some people are very encouraging. Just be smart about the people you share these things with.
I remember some years ago when I was vegetarian for 3 years, I sat there eating a veggie sausage sandwich and a cousin of mine thought I was eating meat and wouldn’t shut up about it for a good 20 mins lol.
This Egyptian girl just went on a rant on Facebook about how ‘people’ should stop giving young, single mothers a hard time in England because in Africa women have millions of kids that they can’t look after, continue to have kids and no one says a word. These millions of kids don’t have access to food or clean water and all have HIV.
Ummm! so many things wrong with that statement I just do not know where to begin *cries tears for Africa*.
While I’ll let her ignorance lead her where it may, I choose to clarify this one point for those who still don’t get it…Africa is not a country, it is a continent and our crumby £1.50 donations to these “charities” that use recycled images to uphold this sort of propaganda AIN’T DOIN SHIT!.. 20 pence does not even reach the imaginary child we think we are helping. Aid is not the answer to Africa’s problems and NO, African women do not have millions of kids infested with HIV.
Ok I’m done :).