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2 BE FAMOUS. daily NATION February 14, 2014 upfront » TRENDING TOPICS CHICKEN FEED ON VALENTINE’S DAY... exasperatingly in love. Everywhere you look are young ...T women carrying big bouquets of obnoxiously smelling flowers in town whilst rushing to their dates; young men negotiating on the prices of single plastic roses for their girlfriends who are probably on rendezvous with older men; older bitter women with nothing but disillusionment because of all the years in a withering relationship, he has always done the same thing i.e. not show up until late in the night, smelling of piss and cheap perfume; lastly, single folk brooding in public transport, looking out the window at people walking hand – in – hand and feeling angry with their relationship status’. A few of these single people can decide to make good of their sorry lives and have meaningless, indiscriminate affairs for this one night, just to feel a little loved and a lot more alive. This is what Val- he red calendar day of the year when p e o p l e b e c ome entines’ Day really is. People have this belief that it is a day full of splendor and glam; especially girls. This includes you too grandma. You, my female friends, want to be wined and dined and given a night to remember. As a man, this day is very much reviled. All the clandestine women you’ve been keeping now want to be taken out to feel like they’re of some importance to you. At the same time on this other end; Mama Watoto needs to feel loved and cherished. A juggling act is in order. Here’s where you find a guy coming late for your date and he’s sweating worse than Donkey Kong telling you tall tales of long traffic jams yet he works at the floor above the restaurant you guys are hooking up at. He was probably with the clande then now is coming home late for that din- six, they do an early meal because he is busy and has to work. At the dinner table with his clandestine, he will probably take nothing but wine. You know, he has some serious stomach issues. So by the time this guy is coming home, he is still hungry and with a crazy appetite after the day’s activity and he will go straight to shower and eat your meal hence completing the perfect juggling act. It’s a class act mastered by few. You see, even if all through the year he has been with you every night, this is Mama Watoto’s day. The difference between you and Mama Watoto isn’t really the fact that they’re married, but what she does for him. This lady will make a meal for him and basically pamper him. This is what men need. Not to be running around with their chicken fed little girls spending money on tiny clothes for her younger boyfriend to enjoy. No. Small word of advice to everyone celebrating today would be this; don’t let the guy get the bill when you go for your little activity or do anything he would regularly do. Spice it up. Spoil him for a change; ner. All day, he ducked worked at around noon then took this little girl out to shop in some mall across town from where Mama Watoto frequents. Probably to the place Mama Watoto said she hates and will never ever take her money to again because of their poor client service. This young ratchet probably hasn’t even had any service done for her ever. She’ll love the place. Then at around play video games if he’s that kind of guy or watch a football game even if it kills you. It will mean a lot more than a fancy dinner. Be dissimilar. He can get that from any ratchet especially those big bummed ones eating off chicken feed making these poor hens go hungry. Nothing against them though, they make a walk in town worth the trouble but they should wobble on home because even that chicken feed you have been eating won’t bring him to you on this day. BY: ISSA KHALID @Issa_Khalid PHILO confirms that yes, on Valentine’s Day, you must take your girl to a place that serves feelet minyoo (filet mignon) among other impossible-to-pronounce foods to impress, not her, but her friends on Facebook and Instagram — imagine that P.13 The team Group Editorial Director: Joseph Odindo Group Managing Editor: Mutuma Mathiu Features Editor: Bernard Mwinzi Stand-in-Editor: Njeri Muchai Revise Editor: Mary Wasike Sub-Editor: Naliaka Wafula Photographic Editor: Joan Pereruan Chief Graphic Designer: Roger Mogusu Senior Graphic Designer: Michael Mosota Graphic Designer: Linus Ombette Contributors: Phillip Mwaniki, Ciku Kimani, Frank Midega, Sam Kiranga, Thomas Rajula, Maureen Orwa, Charles Kamau, Issa Khalid, Cover Graphic: Linus Ombette ZuQka is published every week by Nation Media Group Limited. It is distributed free with every Friday’s ‘Daily Nation’. Unsolicited manuscripts, artwork, transparencies are submitted at the sender’s risk. 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