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In walked 2014 lessons I got from 2013

I don’t blog as Much as I used to…let me begin with that…most days I have to write down something but heck…midway in the day I forget….any who…..I know many of you will think its writers block

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2013 was a year of realization for me personally.I lost someone I called my teacher,I got stubbed in the back by assholes I thought meant something to me,my code matured, she finally said Yes to me after years of being in the inner depths of friend zone…..vitu mob,so let me basically categorize them for you.

Code aka ma source code

This code maneno all begun as a pass time in seco,and after that it was what I did when I didn’t have the funds to go pints with the crew.But I never imagined I would do it for a living. dont get me confused I knew I would delve in to code post college not Math but not to this depths. From meetings in Central Bank to  Safaricom and in between sijui how many other  blue chip companies and banks in between. Code was good to me in 2013. And I guess I realized if its not this am going to do post colle then id rather try my hand at cooking meth like walter white.

You need to end some relationships

If you wake up in the morning and you are already weighed down then kuna kitu hufanyi poa…and that was me in 2013. The work load of a coder is mad enough as is,couple that with BS from assholes who surround you then you are shortening your lifespan.

I worked on projects that I got in only by this words “Niko na Idea poa,I think we should develop” only to realize you are building someones dreams.Au projects you think are paid only for you to get facked in the ass by the co dev…pesa amekula,product hakuna  and since its your name on the doted line you are the one left holding your dick in the cold. So you end up remitting monies back you didnt touch,burnt relationships that are tricky to salvage etc. I felt bad when the friendship I had with a character I this Blog I refer to as Jean Grey ended. But that life and thats how the dice rolled. So you just wake up like size 8 and say am done with that crap…fack yall

You need to outgro your mentors

As a kid you would hold on to mums dress and felt scared when she wasnt there..but there comes a time you have to move past that or you will never grow as an individual. I Respected Idd Salim as one of the key guys who made me. and I moaned deeply his loss,I got insluts about being a mini Salim sijui Idd Wanna be and what not. Because my Merian blood boils hot I would simply have countered,I went to speak but was like never mind   wacha tu…..sare Jaymo Dumisha amani.

kuna watu mob who also influenced and I will forever respect that….but pole  if you think I will forever be in your shadow..I always give reference to Iverson checking his mentor Jordan and thats when Iverson was truly born Did Jordan go ahead and call a press conference and say Allen Iverson is disrespecting him …sit at the corner and think about that.We all wanted to be like Mike

I got My Numbers Right 

Wako wapi wasee wakusema na copy  sijui nani…haya ndo hiyo am copying this from a blog I love ” I got my Numbers right,It finally got to my code cranium. All code without scrilla makes Jaymo an un-focused coder. That is All I will say.”

Partnerships and Relationships

Biggest lessons fall in this category. There are people who will stick with you no matter what. There are those that will RUN away at the first sight of trouble. There are those who are there to USE you to gratify their egos. There are those who are there to PROFIT from your efforts. There are those who will STEAL from you, without a moment’s hesitation. There are those who will KEEP AWAY from you as soon as they start ‘doing well’.There are those that will smile at you then stab you wearing the proverbial VELVET glove.

Clean Up your plate as soon as you get your serving

Am guilty of having taken too long on some projects.Not because singe hack but because I was busy arguing Android na Iphone ni gani poa…Vaseline au Dame ni gani poa, and while I was doing this people were churning stuff out. I am guilty of having kimbishad scrilla sanaa,sijui client hajalipa depo sijui nini…and subsequently I developed bad blood towards a project,only for the scrilla to come and you left there again holding that Long dick of yours in the cold,project haikumalizwa na uko na pressure ya kumaliza. Fack coding kwa hao onsite coding with fellow devs has its pros superseding its cons

Bottom line is if you can build it as fast as you get it than you have the time to read Ghafla or tweef on Twitter

Tell your Girl you Love her More

There are days you wake up and its straight meetings and code reviews…bosses on your neck and you can barely get time to text or call. Or times when its you and her na system ime crash na you have to leave…let her understand. Coz when shyt trully hits the fan you know she got you. Thank God for Her…{ Thts for you Irene I love you Ma }

 

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Posted by on January 14, 2014 in code, Humour, Reflections

 

Type of Code Clients I have met

So someone accused me of only writing about code this and code that, nimaka unaweza peleka Code Nakumatt upatiwe shopping au Butchery ya Kamau akukatie ka Nyama Nusu…of course not, there has to  be business involved or in the words of Uhuru Kenyatta, willing buyer willing seller…so today I will just talk a little bit about the two types of willing buyers I know/ have had the experience of working for.

I have been taught by time and of course by more seasoned business men to divide clients into two broad yet true categories: Clande/chips funga and Girlfriend/wifey

1.Clande/chips Client.

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The name speaks for itself, this type is the tap and go…No strings attached no Numbers no natsing. Usually this is my best type of client since everyone goes home happy. A clande Client knows point blank what they want, and how they want it. They are straight forward, utapatiwa spec doc yako,depo na time line. Utafanya Kazi, ukimaliza UAT kiasi. bass…the story ends there final Installment paid and you both go home happy. In the event hamskizani, you both have the luxury of walking away since you just met and nothing has been invested yet in between the two of you.

The Good thing about this type of client is just like a clande kwa bar uko guaranteed not to sleep hungry . Its cash at hand so you are happy,your landlord is happy and even the real Clandes are happy. Moving along

2.Girlfriend/wifey Client

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Sasa huyu ni ule wa long term…yaani in other words ata sio Strings attached ni more like ropes.This is the worst client ever. Let me explain using the analogy of a real world Girlfriend. You meet a hot mama, someone you think is a keeper…unaanza courtship. if you take that leap of faith you should know you will be in it for the long haul,during which anaweza amua hakuvunjii (utaka nja baba)…the only thing you get are hugs and smonches…you will have to be there for her 24/7(kama customer care)..handling all her Hormonal maneno and stuff……you get the picture.

Back to the client, you meet a big client <usually some corporate or Gov deal> una strike ka deal nao ,depo labda 30% unapatiwa kazi inaanza….1 month in system changes zimeanza,sijui integration na system flani wanatumia,2 month HR wanataka module yao…una call meeting…”hii haikuwa kwa spec doc…bla bla bla” wanakuangalia “How much more will it cost us” una peana figure…na ju uko na Njaa 20% unapewa,una endelea na code…3 months later huna rent,dame yako ana kuagalianga asubuhi ana skia Nausea ju huna any..zako ni “Ngoja niko karibu kulipwa” …they drag payment…na the day they actually give you your loot ni Friday Jioni na ni cheque ita take 3 days ku mature kwa hivyo tuseme next week Thursday ndo utakuwa monied. DAFAQ

All the while hiyo monday next wana kuambia you drive to their place to sort some stuff out, nikama walikupatia fuel card  ya kutumia. The Girlfriend client will also catch feelings if there is a bug “aki na vile tume kulipa vipoa..” This are the clients who will ask for refunds/sue you/want you in the office every week etc.

Any who those are my two categories of clients. Hope one of you out there can relate.

In other news if you haven’t yet tried PesaBox here is the link>>, and here is a brief Wiki entry of how it works/what it does.

 

 
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Posted by on April 5, 2013 in code, hack, Humour

 

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I thought of quitting Code

Strange title don’t you think, well its true I did contemplate quitting my most revered calling ..coding. But before I tell you what happened let me first discuss why I got pissed. coding is an art and a science. Its writing lines after lines of code and producing something someone can use on a day to day basis. I remember one time my niece asked me what I do for a living and it was really hard explaining  to her what coding is all about, but the little darling already had a theory of what I do “Uncle si unaandikanga kwa blackboard ya white siku mzima” She calls both my physical white board and my IDEs Blackboard za white….then again she is just 4 years. Any who that’s me digressing…

Kenya is a country of hype, don’t believe me look at how Susan wa Tujuane became a house hold name,Look at Dida… Kenya is just one awesome country where trends are just over-hyped  Let me steer to my side. Code and In general the IT boom. I  have had people in the country and the few other African countries I have been blessed to go to call Kenya a great tech scene. The silicon sijui savanah au what ever they call it. I once had a Tanzanian friend tell me  how they believe Kenya is wired,things are run by computers. I looked at him and was amazed..Is this the same Kenya I know. But here is what really happens, ordinary Muggles will watch the 7pm or 9pm news.. They will see images of ICT in Kenya  some snapshot of guys in IHUB or Nailab, some local apps that claim to change the world will be show cased. Then Bitange Ndemo will talk about a new fiber landing on the coast..And bassss…you will feel all snuggly inside and lie, yes lie to your self that Kenya tume fika…But wait I have the true test of gauging the level of tume fika.

With the exception of MPESA what other Kenyan brewed tech product   do you use? Yes am talking to you my dear reader? You will wake up in the morning watch DSTV CNN muhimu, check your mail GMAIL muhimu, drive/jav to work chat up your pal/chic/clande/chippo on WhatsApp, WHATSAPP muhimu…get to work Microsoft ndo zako,boss akitoka/kazi ikireduce Youtube,Facebook,Twitter Muhimu..Skype Kiasi. Go for Lunch uko na mullah so you eating something fancy you check in on FourSquare and Instagram the food to a pal. Toka hapo back to works Uko sleepy kiasi so you chuk out your headphones and listen to music on your Galaxy something MXplayer or something like that. 5 ikifika hujui kama traffic ni mbaya WAZE ita help, tells you how the traffic is..On your way home you will be on some social Media/listening to music on a foreign made  app. And Morrow you will do it all again… Yet you will say that the Kneyan tech scene has matured and you think Zuckerberg should open an African HQ along Ngong RD as we wait for Konza ijengwe. Amen Bratha Amen.You know Not what you say

The sad truth is the only thing that has grown in Kenya as a resort of said tech boom is Safaricom’s data Revenues and Other ISPs in that matter. “Sasa Jaymo Unasema hii Yote ndo?”  Let me elaborate… I hate tech competitions… Ile roho safi Hackathons za kupeana prizes I never go…Sio Ku participate . Never!! Why? simple…You give a winner 1mill coz app yake ni briliant and It ends there. Safaricom AppSTAR the last event I can remember had winners…Name one product from said venture that is in use by ANY KENYAN CURRENTLY. I waited for them to release them to the market for me and other Kenyans to use but wapi?? Before that kulikuwa na AAC winners announced prizes announced but bilaz….inaishia hapo….all the while Kenyans will be shown this on media,ma picha za IHUB na Bitange ndemo…we will say tume fika…some kid will now apply to do computer Science to become Mnoma kama  Mr/MS/Miss so and so who won 10,000 USD. Epic fail

But wait all is not lost, Am not quitting code..My landlord still needs his rent on time. In spite of all this bullshit kuna a ray of hope….In the name of PivotEast…na sijalipwa ku blog hii so don’t say sijui nini. Pivot is the real deal, All the solutions they award turn out as products that people use. Pivot sio place ya kupeleka App yako ya ufala ndo upatiwe pesa ya kupeleka dame yako lunch place fancy.. Its the real thing, real Coders/Devs/Code Jammers/Hackers who develop things that can grow. The first thing msee atakuuliza is how  many clients do you have and whats your revenue model..sio how does it pass data au why did you use NGINX instead of Apache. In my opinion Pivot is what will drive the tech scene we all dream of sio hackathon sijui ya madame pekee, sijui ya UoN pekee kuandaika ma app za ku show map nikama Google Maps has been cancelled.

And this year Pivot has gone a step further:

  • Participating startups must be domiciled in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Somalia or DR Congo
  • Entries to the competition will be considered to be startups as per the universal definition of a “startup”* or a startup company (*as done below)
  • Participating startups must indicate details of at least two members of their team in their application profile
  • Companies that reached final 25 lists of Pivot 25 in 2011 or Pivot East 2012 may not compete with products/services previously submitted for the competition, the judging panel will have discretion to disqualify entries in breach of this requirement.
  • Competitors selected to the final 25 list must have set up a legal entity (business name, limited company etc) for their business by 15th May 2013. Competitors with legal entities already set up will have an added advantage at all judging stages.

So atleast am not quitting code coz I still have a shot at making something that you as my reader may use in your day to day life. Haya nimemalizia hapo. Let me finish tweaking code ya PesaBox kiasi nimeskia kuna vile nafaa ka modification kiasi.

 
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Posted by on March 19, 2013 in Humour, INTERNSHIP

 

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TO KENYAN MOBILE DEVELOPERS #Advice

I have noticed this phenomenon with many Kenyan techies/wanna be techies/copy pasting techies/code stealing techies, everyone of them has this app idea they are working on, this awesome idea that will earn them a couple of million like @jmwai or like kina Mbugua Njihia and Steve Mutinda. So you will most of the time find them at iHub pale Kwa green members with their eclipse fired up….writing/copying/downloading code to build up their apps.”Sasa Jaymo nini mbaya na hiyo ?” Nothing really am ok with that, at least they are putting in work ki code…they are helping build that Konza city dream/mirage ….what really pisses me of is do most of them sit down to think what they are coding  before they actually do? Do they analyze the current market, study it well? As Dr.Okello my calculus 3 teacher would have said, do they account for Variable change? Do they have a target Demographic for their M-something solution? Maybe, maybe not!

Back in Undergraduate while doing Mathematics and Comp science at JKUAT we were taught the stages of software design and implementation ,the logical flow in developing software….but this is how this guys are doing it now days:

Techies’ come up with brilliant ideas on their own, and often they have not carried out some form of research to find out who is their user, what does their user need and what then would be an appropriate solution to meet this need?

Techies barely leave their desks when coding, or before they begin coding…what you have is brilliant techies with fantastical ideas that no one uses [after they’ve been developed] because the time was not taken to really understand what issues citizens face…

As if that’s not enough most of the apps put out are poorly done, in all aspects starting from design. This new breed of techies fails to understand that when it comes to design of an app’s interface it begins from a sketchpad and not the IDE!! Ask @martianskills of skyline designs and he will conquer. When it comes to design what is the current norm with these techies? The old school Dashboard layout…this design was launched in Google I/O 2010, 2010!! My friend 2010! But that’s what everyone of them is working with…then you fail to develop proper icons on top of that….you get a cheap looking app, aesthetics my friend go a long way…you just look at this  interface below… and tell me what you think .  ..just plain ugly!!!

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Sasa ju you have seen a thwack one..let me show you one by @zacckOS and you will see what a mature interface looks like

and a snapshot from TafutaID:

Secondly: you have your interface…so sasa you are working on functionality, uliskia JSON ndo inatumika and you are all in….umechapa Google search and umepata some code….you slap them all together and viola….functionality achieved….Hata huwezi aibika!! Half of this app developers are just some  guys with kidogo Java knowledge, Kidogo  php, even less C  knowledge and barely any Python at all….you are writing server side code that is so vulnerable to exploit  on Databases you have propped with even more shifty coding….yaani SQL injection is so freaking easy even my 5 year old niece could hack!! Login forms that do not sanitize user inputs…passwords that are not encrypted being stored kwa DB! Au if they are they are all MD5 encrypted bila ata salt…how?? Why!!

Third: Everyone assumes its easy,its like siku hizi kama huna app wewe si mnoma…kama huna entry ume submit wewe ni toast! So everyone has an app….that is freaking great but hold on a minute! Does this breed of devs even watch trends at all? Flash back kiasi let me use my own example Based on  Gogle I/O 2010 I developed KwaRamani…using title bars, dashboard layouts, and themes. Based on Google I/O 2011 I developed TafutaID with support for storing data on cloud and pulling responses back with C2DM…2012 working with google drive….but hawa ma techie wanakuundia a flintstones  app based  on 90’s technology alafu ukiwa kwa lift unaskia wasee wakisema “aaaaiii Android ni rahisi….kitu simple kama JSON encode na HTTP  ndo wasee huona ngumu?” Sawa bratha…endelea kuandika software ya 1999 in the 21st Century

Fourth:  Market…ok app imeisha …finally all those hours of coding have amalgamated into something…you have even showed your ex the app and now she wants you back ju unakaa una bright future ahead! Yes you have that smirk! Ile ya Kanye West “….wait till I get my money right…” But wait a minute….none of your apps are on  the market!! Am not a well established techie, so I can relate to most of this techies not having the $25USD to set up the Android Market account…au Kama uko nayo its in KSH and huna VISA card to pay for the account…so you cant get it to the market….so the app stays kwa comp yako….and two months later your ex /baby mama I looking at you zile za Nyga please. That’s where people fail…kuna many ways to get it out to the masses. Samsung Store is free to upload, good old GetJar  bado iko,remember before Android,IOS na kina Symbian S40 came when Moi was still president and J2ME was the only way…Getjar and Waptrick was the ishh..and it still works so you can upload….watch the trends and kidogo you will learn/earn  and upload to Android Market.

Fifth: No man is an island….as cliché as that may sound its true…and when it comes to code no developer is an island either…ask for help when you get stuck…offer help when you are asked pia…don’t be wale wasee huficha answers kwa exam ati ndo wasee wasicopy (I can think of a couple form my JKUAT days) ….Gain a network sio hapo kwa couch ya ihub pekee. Try and enter competitions not for prize money but more for the exposure you will get and from the people you will meet

PARTING SHOT

Those are just my views, based on what I have observed….moving along swiftly, Last week I was privileged enough to have a long talk with Dele Akinsade- Microsoft Director, Developer Platforms –West, East & Central Africa and Indian Ocean islands…we talked about windows phone development, and I argued with him how Microsoft has not done enough for techies who want to develop on the platform, from the SDK itself to  lowering the price on phones running on this platform to allow penetration into the market. He  told me affordable  feature phones will be launched sometime this year but not running on windows phone 8 but 7.5 .Plus the Windows Phone 8 SDK is out and offers a lot to developers.So if you are a techie you can try and start developing on this platform before the phones arrive and have a niche before the rest.

 
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Posted by on June 29, 2012 in 254, code, hack, Humour, true stories

 

FIVE BLOGS I READ

It’s been long since I wrote something straight from the hub, Si *ihub, I mean git-hub , Githurai Hub, (that’s what me and @tayianaC  call my crib and yes it’s listed as such on foursquare). But I didn’t blog to tell yall that…so what do I wish to write about? Well let me first take you down memory lane. I started this blog some time last year as a way of conveying my intern life and my final year in campus; I gave you all tales of frothy indulgence as an Intern, tales of random raving with the crew back in campo and the current tales of a struggling freelance coder trying to make a living of code.

But I have not shared any stories of late, maybe because in between running left right and center trying to meet contractual obligations entered with clients I have not had ample time to blog. So today I will critique some of the blogs I read/am reading, I admire the writing skills many bloggers have, so here goes:

1.)  I have fallen in love with this blog by @arungaian. He talks about this UnSub called Doris, who the author pens regularly and admittedly agrees to be in Love with; he blends this with uncanny humor, Humor we can all relate to …. it reminds me of humor that Raymond Chepkwony   used to bring to his readers…btw what happened to Raymond? Moving along…The dude can no doubt write.

Side note: Who is Doris anyway?  View blog Link here>>

2.) Next in line is the techie/ HipHoper @_JM_13 (Jackie), she somehow manages to blend hiphop and tech into a blog. I Kind love how she manages to blog nearly every day, seeing her passion in blogging kinda make me feel guilty of not writing.

Side note: Ongeza tech kiasi kwa blog, feature coders and hiphop artists. View blog Link here>>

3.) I can’t miss mentioning the man himself @iddsalim (Beste Mnoma), jamaa hufungua roho when I comes to code…I have mentioned him before in this blog so sibongi sana…

Side note: You didn’t finish showing me some code maneno I was working on…mpaka wa leo nangoja. View blog Link here>>

4.) Blog ya @savvy is also one of the blogs I read, I have been reading her blog since her days in JKUAT, she can write well, her command of subject matter is admirable

Side note:  I don’t get her subject matter nowadays, I miss the old stories, and how she used to tell them, siku hizi amekuwa formal  Sana View blog Link here>>

5.)  I bumped onto Tom Makau’s blog sometime this year while conducting some research. I love how thorough he discusses his subject matters…you feel he knows what he is writing about when you read his work. I don’t know if I should call him a techie or a telecoms guy or something in between .He is one guy who knows what he blogs about.

Side note:  Blog more often   View blog Link here>>

 

 
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Posted by on June 27, 2012 in 254, Humour, Reflections, twitter, weekend

 

Things to do in 2012.

so every one comes up  with a bucket list of things to do in a new year sijui you want to get saved or you want to save some endangered species in the amazon or plant trees in the mau… well my bucket list is rather….well…. rather  Jaymo. Any reader of this blog will attest  to my over indulgence in that which I call froth, the same readers will also attest for my deep love for code, but i promise to tone down on the froth this year, after several muggings in 2011. But for real though 2012 is the last year i have in college{dont even think am gon do an MSC}

so for 2012 this is  what i want to do

1.)Get a Muturi call

Yes we all heard that call “….aki muturi ku** inawaka moto….” yes boys and girls i want me a call like that, where she begs me to come rock her world like the flintstones and then i give her a lame  exuse like “aki babie si unajua na code, niko na project flani nafanyia client na siwezi kuja….” and then she will go like “.. aki jaymo ntakulipia taxi,atakama unataka meli ntalipa….” all this while the phone is on speaker and the crew is LOLing like they just smoked a spliff. Any way you get the picture

2.)Ship marto to some weird tao when he is passed out

This is not exactly me being all creative, i borrowed it from shameless, if you dont know what shameless is click here>> well in the series the old man passes out after indulging in froth and finds his ass in canada, yes he is shipped from states to canada. And that is what i plan on doing to one Marto this year. You have been warned

3.) Go to a Jew wedding 

Jaymo wacha utiaji wtf you talking about ati a jew what???? Niko serious btw, av always wanted to those guys just rock, they exchange vows, break glass, then lift the bride and groom on a chair. like seriously, sasa imagyn niko maji alafu  mimetokelezea kwa weeding kaa hiyo #winning

Av always wanted to lift someone on a chair,so a jew weedding it is for me, ju ya hiyo story i should start hanging around  their synagogues in tao, so mkiniona you know what am up to

4.)Blog more often.

I pulled a sebatical last year and abstained from written words,am not going to lie and tell you i went to the bahamas to discover myself, heck i was in kenya, doing nothing out of the ordinary, jaming to campmulla while dissing em football fans. so this year amo stop all that, and promise not to blog about Kabinti…..as much

5.)Code,code,code,code

Yes how can i forget about code, hii raundi am going HAM on yall, so wasee wa ruby jua your bwoy be coming through in 2012, i once heard a coder say that if java is a pair of scissors then ruby is a chainsaw, basi ju ya hiyo story si php itakuwa a pair on nun-chucks???? I want to have the honor of coding with someone like mohammed ahmed maaway,or debug code for eyedol. yes you bwoy be going HAM… listen to a coder like Linda Kamau talk about the code while thinking of banging a female coder like mariegithinji... yes code lazima iendele.

 
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Posted by on January 16, 2012 in 254, campo, code, Humour, JKUAT, Reflections, twitter

 

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Before I forget.

She looked at me with genuine interest and told me “Jaymo wewe una shida, you are a drinker with a coding problem”… so obviously am shocked, coz am expecting the opposite, i mean a coder with a drinking problem, but she went on “Siku gani hujawai lewa ukatae kunipatia story za code, this and that… sijui vile source code yako unaeza obfusicate na haiwezi someka…. dude in short am tired”….. yes a bratha was getting his Ass dumped for being inloved with his bottle of froth and that laptop  he calls lillian than being in love  with her……

Yes good people this is the first meaningfull post of 2012 and am listing all the crap that struck me in 2011 starting with the  one above. 2011 was a great year by any  standard, but it was equally frustrating so allow me to indulge you with my 3 worst events of 2011.

1.)Cougar Clande

Dont look at me like am some sort of perv, kama you neva had yourself a cougar clande then i suggest you  get yourself one, kwanza a monied one, ki Mbugua style. so your boy akaJaymo had himself a cougar clande, all was roosy at first, i mean she gave i received and i gave and she received {you  get the picture} but things took a rather dramatic turn after  my first sem ended, she got all possesive and shyt, getting all jealous of my girl Jean Grey, the fore mentioned cougar clande went to caosto for the new year and then came back to dump a bratha, imagyn a bratha being dumped coz he chats with Jean…..

Here is what the clande should have known: i spend most of my time either on twitter,unlimited text, or coding…. none of which anaweza hack{the texts pia} so why the fack you  getting all insane coz akajaymo wants to get some loving from a more 21st century member of the opposite sex???? ukipata jibu unaeza nipigia simu 0722***080

2.)Grand Theft Liquour

Last sem saw me  relieved of my wallet, cash, phone and house keys in one session. I swear the guys who saw  me that morning will admit i looked like a total wreck. dude you ever watched that scene from hangover 2 where they wake up all disoriented with no idea where they are? yap that was me, bila fare bila shyt!!! but i was high as fack, nakwambia ningekuwa sober ingekuwa a whole different thing…any way shyt happens ryt?

3.)The crew 

the crew is the best  thing in 2011 and still the worst  thing!!!! there is so much to talk about the crew that i think amo dedicate a whole post for em. But the worst thing in 2011 courtesy of marto,pato,eddie,JB,brayo,julius,mash na hao wengine wanao jijua ni ku throw a bash with two goats,mtungi ya keg na saa hizo ni wasee 11 pekee, suicide i tell you, how that bash ended up from being all fun to wasee wakipigana na wengine wakifunguliana roho… waaa boss that must have been the shortest bash from 2pm -7pm  no comment naachia hapo

So 2012 we doing it all again, drinking, coding, the may hem, the drama!!!!!!

 
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Posted by on January 15, 2012 in 254, campo, Humour

 

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