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Prossy, a very skinny and plain looking girl from Northern Uganda, had been dating a lawyer for three years, but had always wondered why she never met his family or his friends.I’d never really considered Muzungu / Ugandan relationships in that light, and then I thought – with a pang – of the guy I’d been seeing on and off for a year.So for the sake of this article, I have thrown the cosmetic and the real into one big cultural melting pot. I echo the sentiments of this guy, who said: “Come on people, think about it before you all start judging dem Rastas. You must be joking – you don’t know what’s living in that hair! Anja echoed my thoughts: “Rastas are generally a lot more liberal than most Ugandans.RASTA IS SWEET, COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED WITH A SENSE OF TLC (tender loving care) AND REALITY. real Rasta don’t drink…” I’ve spent the last few weeks pondering this question and asked girlfriends I posted this same question on Facebook – and then it got interesting! They’re less conservative.” To some women, Rastas represent the exotic.A top Chizo app official Paul Kirungi told us the app is among the first swiping apps, where the user uses a swiping motion to choose between the photos of other users: swiping right for potentially good matches and swiping left to move to the next one.Kirungi told us the Chizo Singles Ball Party will kick off a series of single ball parties that will roll out in different parts of the country throughout the year.
The app which is already widely used as a dating service app in different parts of the world will officially launch in Uganda with a singles party dubbed ‘Chizo Singles Ball Party’ slated for Valentine’s Day at Fames bar, along Acacia Avenue.REMEMBER, women who is really interested in you will never ask for money. Ugandan women are often overheard using the phrase, “I’m sick and tired of Ugandan men”. Are Ugandan men really as terrible as some women seem to think they are? Brenda Kansiime is a second year student at Kampala International University and confessed that a lot of her meals and night outs are ‘sponsored’ by guys she isn’t seeing and won’t remember after a space of five seconds.There’s also a beautiful twist to the story, as Kirungi revealed that Naava Grey and Keneth Mugabi will be night’s official entertainers.And here comes the icing on the cake; Kirungi also revealed that there will be open bar, meaning revelers will enjoy drinks on the house!
Perhaps that’s why I like the Rasta look on some men: I like a man who’s not afraid to stand up for himself when challenged.