Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Up Nairobi: Can Sue Keep Her New Year’s Resolutions?

Well, its said what goes around comes around. And it has been the same with me. After the regrettable ( yes the guilt caught up with me) act of stealing from a client, I was arrested for something completely different, and spent some days in the cells. It was not the worst of things, but not good either. This year I am excessively upbeat and not even the time in the cells has lowered my high spirits.  I am not mad at the 'system' , like I previously used to be each time I collided with the authorities. Yet I now doubt whether to really quit. But that's a story for another day and so is that of the Mayor talking of legalization. Happy Valentine everyone.

I still do a monthly column for Up Magazine. And here is an excerpt from the February issue. Its a little bit overtaken by events. And of course it has passed through an editor's hands so its more clean:

 Every 31st of December I make a New Year resolution. For the last three years my resolve has always been the same; to quit the Street.  Usually this is easier said than done. For a start the timing is wrong; after trying to show off to family and friends quite a bit during the festivities, come January I am without a cent . Okay I say to myself let me stick for a month so at least I can quit with some money in my pocket.  True by the end of January I will have made some money but the marketers will have started running the Valentine advertisements which are of the kosa uchekwe kind. Why then not stick for another two weeks only , be part of Valentine and hopefully wait for the lovers and lonely hearts windfall? And that’s the point I rewrite my resolutions to focus on an extended stay on the Street. This year has not been different and in the second month of the year I find myself making street wise resolutions:

Firstly, I decide to only focus on valuable customers. In this city, impressions can be deceiving. But the temptation to fall for initial impressions is always there, you know, that love for status.  That urge to rush and grab the man driving a Range
Rover Sport, and show my back to the one driving a Spacio. I wish to fight this “blind Nairobi hunger” for prestige, but it’s a tough one. Still, in my third year in business, I have developed an extra sense that helps me to differentiate between good and bad customers. Good clients pay the right amount without much ado. And good clients are not necessarily those driving the big, flash cars. This year, I promise to instill in myself the discipline not to rush for status at the expense of a higher pay.

I also want to avoid what is not legally mine. Those in the know say that this city is small and fluid. If I hurt someone, the chances of our not somehow bumping into each other are far from negligible. In my profession, my colleagues can easily smoke me out just to win the victim’s favor. And that’s the mess I always find myself in whenever I pinch something from a man...... Read the rest HERE.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Questions Answered

Ooops! I have let the questions accumulate without answering for so long. Some have been overtaken by events. But here I answer the one batch. I will try answer all of them by the end of the month, with more answers this week. I may find myself still hanging around even after February to tie things up. I am not under pressure to quit so I am taking my time.

Here are some questions and answers I have given today.

Hi Sue,i have a question. A few months ago I got drunk and passed by KStreet and ended up picking a lady on my way home, I have never done that before. We went to a place called forest lodge which she told me is the most popular place for those kinds of things. I told her I did not want to have sex all I wanted was to see her naked and maybe touch her pussy a bit. So she got undressed and we started anyway one thing led to another and before I knew it we were having unprotected sex I even came in her. Is this normal? Do the ladies on on K street do this? I really regret it I have even quit drinking. I got tested and im okay thank God. But please tell me why she would agree to this? The sex however was very good. - Stupid

As unfortunate as this is, its also funny. The Ad says you should always have a pack of Trust in your pocket because you never know when the may strike. I can't speak for the girl. Different girls have different motivations.  In the times I have had unprotected sex  I was caught up in the moment and regretted it. Maybe it was the same with the girl. Or maybe she had nothing to lose. You certain you are okay?

 So, how much do you charge to have fully sex? e.g have sex? give a blowjob?? and how big are your boobs? can you like google boobs images and (turn the safe search off), and find the ones that are close to yours and post them on here? lets see ur level of sexiness, please? - Rahaq

Like I said before the charges depends on my impression of the man. Its an instinct thing. For instance I always find myself overcharging men who treat me well. Maybe its taking advantage, or assuming they
will understand dynamics of price and risk. Self assured men have no much fuss. You mention a figure and they go with it. I even  don't need to mention a price to some, they simply know how to treat a girl well, and will pay accordingly.

You are so smart, dont you regret wasting your parents money to go to college and then not do anything with that degree? - Mario
I hesitate to call myself smart. Some things have done show otherwise. That said I wouldn't say I wasted my parent's money. I find myself using so much of my education. Comparing myself to my colleagues who have say five years of schooling I think I am happier.  And who is it that said education is learning to turn stone to bread?

 Get the rest of the questions and answers HERE.

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