Research Shows that people who go to gym are less likely to cheat. Why is this you ask? well working out, taking jogs and lifting weights take up some significant time one’s life meaning you have less time to spend on other things, like meeting new people or going on a macking spree with the boys during the night. Read the rest of this entry »
Monthly Archives: December 2015
Research Shows That People Who Go To Gym & Exercise Frequently Are Less Likely To Cheat On Their Partners… By Flabbo
Hi Jeff. Hope all is well with you guys. I will drop you a line later with the family news, but I would first like to respond to the e-mail you sent me attaching an article by Clem Sunter which seemed to concern you about us here in SA.
You also sent me an article last year by Moeletsi Mbeki warning about the danger of an “Arab Spring” in SA.
I often get e-mails like this from “concerned friends” worried about us, which is sweet of you guys. Of course we are concerned. Some worrying things have happened, but we have been through and survived much worse in much more volatile environments. Including the Boer War, two world wars, apartheid, the rinderpest, Ge Korsten and Die Antwoord! Read the rest of this entry »
There is something non organic about having long, face to face conversations now, if we do wind up conversing on a physical basis, then we make it as short and as ‘to the point’, as we can. Bearing the statement above in mind, many people have concluded that the art and pleasure of true conversation is dead, that we are all hiding behind our electronic devices, hoping to stay in touch. Although this, not all though, just portions of it, may be true, the real truth is that the world is advancing, and a change in times calls for a change in conduct. Although certain traditional mannerisms that have molded our moral fabric as society, like how one addresses an elder, how you share bad or good news with family and courtship, are encouraged to stay the same, all the other things won’t. Read the rest of this entry »
Dear Minister Lindiwe Zulu,
You may have observed that I refrained from commenting on the events of the past week. I have been contacted by at least 15 journalists since last Thursday, but opted to remain above the fray.
It is not that I’ve not had opinions, but I chose to remain silent. However, your comments, as quoted in the Mail & Guardian and confirmed on Radio 702 on Friday, with the customary “I was quoted out of context”, compel me to break my silence.
I choose to address through this medium a response to what I consider to be reckless statements. Read the rest of this entry »
Most gents ask me as to how they can save their money… The most likely answer you will get from me at the initial is be genius in the way you pick out your girls. sometimes the reason you always broke is the type of girl you choose out for yourself.
I personally have never dated women that have ever had to ask me for airtime or hair/weave money.I find it weird that some guys allow for such to happen,I find it even more weird that someone would have such a nerve to do such. But don’t get mad at me,I live in my own world with my own rules. first thing’s first, I do not get why someone would ask for something they cannot afford themselves, it throws me off totally.
I cant be the only one who’s puzzled by the fact that its always assumed that guys have money? Okay maybe there’s more economically active guys than women but with all rules of equality applied evenly we should rather be striving to advance our females so they get to the level we are at?
Having a woman who’s financially frugal and considerate is the best thing that can ever happen to you, she will never have unreasonable expectations for you and demand things that she cannot afford, and the best of it all, she will never get you broke or in debt as she knows that the money spent has to come from somewhere. I do admit that we guys sometimes play the money game to try and attract females, any guy that places his game on his wallet might be deserving of being sucked dry. The trick in filtering out any gold digger is to stay true to yourself really, there is no need to be flashy and try impress strangers on a night out. Genuine people attract other genuine people. And besides an independent women is a keeper, she will advance you and help you make value add life decisions as opposed to a selfish being that seeks for short term-ism and is always ready to leave you or get mad at you for not getting her stuff she cant afford herself.
Stay woke my nigga, you do not have to keep up with bullshit and expenses that aren’t of your making. Next time you out having fun try and play in your defined league and have standards that you adhere and keep to. Be the game-changer that has a list of filter questions… 1. What do you do? 2. You got a job? 3. Got a car? 4. Who’s paying for your drinks …. we live in a world were you get what you ask for and do not have to settle for less anymore.
As I had decided to take a break from alcohol, I was feeling a bit out of turnup character at the club where I was chilling with my friend swerving to some Hip-hop jams. Being of a mood that did not blend in with the scenery I decided to call it a night early and drive home. Got to my place, threw the keys on the couch without a lit up welcoming from bae as I scream “honey I’m home!!” lol, none of that, just a cold house fit for a bachelor like myself.
Round about 3 o clock before I hit the sack, I decided to check out some YouTube videos, funny how the logarithm used in the software always has me feeling like the dudes at Google know me personally. Ended up passing out in the process with the video still playing; perks of having unlimited Wi-Fi in the house. Read the rest of this entry »
Why Denying @CassperNyovest The Hustler Of The Year Award AT SAHHA Undermines Every Independent Artist #SlikourOpinion
I dont want to take sides cause Proverb is my brother but I do think that Cassper Nyovest deserved the Hustler Of The Year Award. Denying him that is literally looking down on the independent hustle and forgetting Cassper Nyovest is probably the most successful independent artists in the history of our music culture. Proverb works hard and is on a platform thats already established(DSTV) where white companies are lining up to sign cheques to the channel. The fact that Proverb as a rapper has positioned himself to be one of the MNEt personalities that stands out to get those cheques is applaudable, especially considering the stigma hip hop has. Therefore I think Proverb should have his own award for most evolved by redefining himself in the market. Cassper on the other hand had to build a market before fill up the dome they were hardly any white companies or brands trying to give him any cheques versus a powerhouse like DSTV.The fact that he made it this far through his fans,digital and with minimal mainstream support symbolises the power of independence but most importantly teaches every artist to invest in themselves and not only stunt. If we dont think thats a valuable lesson to learn than we sending out the wrong message of what a hustle specific to music is. I know Cassper Nyovest has been talking about how he gets minimal play on radio but this will always be the story if you made yourself. They cant support him cause they cant claim his story and thats part of the independent hustle. Even in America artist like Tech-9 who are in the Forbes every year fill up stadiums but are never played on commercial radio, while those that are played aren’t even on the list. In my opinion in order for Cassper to keep growing he needs to focus on what made him great which is digital. The success he has received by taking care of his audience online is incomparable to any other artist thats dependent on radio and tv only. How he converted this support to millions makes him the hustler of the year,not how many times radio played him. What are your thoughts?