Half-naked and cold Christabel stirs from her induced slumber. The icy cold steel frame that has been her cage for the past two days sways side to side as the ship ploughs through the waves. She is at sea. 150 nautical miles from the St. Petersburg harbor to be precise. The skin on her back … Continue reading Christabel.
I’m sure you have heard of stories of people being left at the altar. I imagine it must be gut-wrenching. The groom has it rough because he will be stood up. The bride a no-show. Ego bruised for life. However, where the groom gets an epiphany and realizes that he is making a mistake while … Continue reading Left at the Morgue
Sigmund Freud. A controversial figure in the world of psychoanalysis -primarily because of his views on women- spent the entirety of his life analyzing the human psyche but he never found an answer to the question posed. What do women want? The question of wants and desires of women is one that is as difficult … Continue reading What do women want?
There are a few things that men hold dear to them. Their mothers. Their football team. Their food, and finally their egos. Coincidentally their egos are directly linked to, yes you guessed it, their dicks. Ladies have you sometimes wondered how a guy who has a face that only a mother can love. A body … Continue reading The male ego.
The title is self-explanatory. I am not referring to the lovable feline companion that graces many a spinster’s home. Symptoms of being pussy whipped vary from man to man depending on age and size but it is an affliction that does not discriminate against race or ethnicity. Yes, I referred to it as a disease. … Continue reading Pussy whipped!
Sucker. The dictionary defines a sucker as a person who is gullible; easily convinced. Suckers are what all pyramid schemes thrive on. Fortunately, there are a lot of suckers out there. Back in the day people used to get up in the morning and go to work to earn an honest living. Work ethic was … Continue reading Are you a sucker?10 signs that you are in a Pyramid Scheme.
Suzy takes a seat at the far end of the counter and motions to the bartender. Elegant high stools made of dark mahogany wood line the oval shaped counter top. A perfect contrast to the luminous green colour that illuminates the lounge area. They are padded with white leather embroidered cushions for comfort. Suzy doesn’t … Continue reading Suzy with a Z.
I have been asked to elaborate the opening pun last week about the rushing sentence and convicts getting out on parole -I will at the end of this post. Jaz: What would you call your first son if you had a choice. If it’s a daughter the name is mine to choose. Me: If I … Continue reading Talk of parents and parenthood.
Jaz: Hey you. What are you doing? Are you at home? She sounded flustered and uneasy. Rushing through the sentence like a convict about to be released on parole (if you don’t get this just stop reading). I was too sleepy to pick up on it. Sunday is known as pancake day at my place. … Continue reading ‘We need to talk’
The motherland. A reference I have heard uttered many times in movies to refer to this place I call home. Where baboons roam free in the jungles beating their chests triumphantly and cheetahs stretch their legs on the savannah. The motherland. A misused phrase spoken by those who have never visited. A term that has … Continue reading What it means to be African.