I just had an amazing conversation with two male colleagues regarding cheating (being cheated on by girls) and its a difficult topic for us men to discuss. We are all in our 30's (one recently got engaged two single) and we struggled to tell our stories. Its painful.
The currently engaged guy was 24 when he first found out he was being cheated on. He was dating this girl in Dar while he was working in the gold mines. He would come to Dar to visit her every time he got his break and he was paying for their house in Kinondoni with their child
He had snatched her from some guy she was dating and she said they had broken up permanently with the other guy. This time he was home, the phone rang at night while they were playing in bed. She silenced it quickly and went about her business.
He grew suspicious
A few years ago when I was still working in Diani, my job description included running the banquets/events since there was no one fully designated to do that job and since it fell under my department I had no choice but to do it.
One thing about banquets, its always back breaking work. In a resort, its worse because most of the conference groups tend to spend at least 3 days for a conference. Some can go upto a week. This is a lot of hard work since menu planning has to be very precise.
There is always an organizer for the conference group and it is important to have an amicable working relationship with them since they can make your life into one big painful affair.
That's how I met *Violet.
She was a senior employee at a Kenyan airline at that time.
I have a mug of black tea infront of me. I can feel the juices of creativity flowing. Its time I start Season 5 of my life story Thread.
It took two weeks to clear with my employer. It got heated at one point since the Capetonian wanted to scuttle my agreement with the owner. I had to call him to tell him what was going on. The guy backed off and stuck to the terms of my resignation.
By this time I was talking to everyone I knew about job prospects. Calling, sending emails, texting. Anything. Everything. I spent the Christmas holidays with my folks in the village. It had been years since I did this.
I went back to Dar, packed my stuff and moved to Nairobi
Haha. Guys, I am a fraud on twitter. Like, don't come here thinking there is anything of importance on my TL.
That said, I have a life. A real life. I am hard working, smart, funny, honest and carry myself with a high degree of responsibility.
Now that that's out of my way, let me visit this Sheila/Kanyus/Guantai story.
There is something hapo. Iko kitu. Its either Sheila liked the dude and jamaa hakujua akajichomea riziki or...
Kanyus and him were of course having a ka good time and then to cover up for something he did either he was caught with a text or something so he said that ka stupid line ka "ata ni pesa alikuwa anaomba nikamnyima...babe hawa hunnies wa TL na kuomba pesa!"