The realisation that I will never go overseas hit me today

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Post by Guest » 5th October 2018, 07:35

[quote="realisation of localisation"]Dear Zambia,

I can survive without nsima maybe for two days. Three days is pushing it. There is no way I can survive without nsima for any extended period of time.

So what if I land in some overseas shít hole which is full of pin headed bazungu who do not have the sense to stock their grocery stores with unga? Then I can't buy my unga. Then I can't cook my nsima. Then I am a dead man.

I realise that Zambia is not glamorous. In addition to that we are governed by people who are less than human. Our leaders in government are some of the stupidest creatures on God's good earth.

But Zambia has nsima. And that is everything[/quote]

The realisation that I will never go overseas hit me today

Post by realisation of localisation » 4th October 2018, 09:03

Dear Zambia,

I can survive without nsima maybe for two days. Three days is pushing it. There is no way I can survive without nsima for any extended period of time.

So what if I land in some overseas shít hole which is full of pin headed bazungu who do not have the sense to stock their grocery stores with unga? Then I can't buy my unga. Then I can't cook my nsima. Then I am a dead man.

I realise that Zambia is not glamorous. In addition to that we are governed by people who are less than human. Our leaders in government are some of the stupidest creatures on God's good earth.

But Zambia has nsima. And that is everything

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