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Angelica _ann
#141 Posted : Monday, August 06, 2018 7:46:01 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 12/7/2012
Posts: 10,800
hardwood wrote:
Swenani wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Pesa Nane wrote:
Urithians you have a weekend date.

Quote:
Dear Urithi Housing shareholder, you are hereby reminded of the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 starting from 10.00 a.m, at the Urithi Hill Top Resort ground, located in Nakuru Lanet area after Anestar Boys High School. Transport will be provided from our Nakuru office to the venue. For any inquiries, kindly contact 0714489446 / 0721342210 / 0718590598. Regards, UHCL


They did issue over 300 deeds for Sauti farm along Gatanga rd, Mombasa, Nakuru, Kabati, Joska, Thika Tora across the Ngoingwa valley, Naivasha, Malindi....

I hear there's another batch that has arrived at their Thika offices today.

If they continue this way, they may just bring all their old customers who have kept off, back to the fold. Their payment plans are extremely flexible, unawapalekea ile kakitu uko nayo mos mos.

Meanwhile I saw their Juja Farm Rd housing scheme recently and appeared to have been greatly expanded. They seem to be swimming in money of late. These Juja Farm rd housing projects will be gems in 2-3 years time, now that the Juja - Juja Farm - Garissa rd paving project is about to kick off. The houses are less than 200m from the said rd.



https://urithihousing.co.../juja-plains-view-hand/

http://www.thikatowntoda...-construction-firm.html

http://www.thikatowntoda...hits-kes-4-billion.html


Hizo nyumba hazina ladha


Why? Because sio za gorofa? A 3bdr house with own compound and parking, and in a gated community at 3.6m is a deal.


Compared to Cytonn houses / apartments!!!
In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins - cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later - H Geneen
kayhara
#142 Posted : Monday, August 06, 2018 9:07:05 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 5/5/2011
Posts: 1,014
Angelica _ann wrote:
hardwood wrote:
Swenani wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Pesa Nane wrote:
Urithians you have a weekend date.

Quote:
Dear Urithi Housing shareholder, you are hereby reminded of the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 starting from 10.00 a.m, at the Urithi Hill Top Resort ground, located in Nakuru Lanet area after Anestar Boys High School. Transport will be provided from our Nakuru office to the venue. For any inquiries, kindly contact 0714489446 / 0721342210 / 0718590598. Regards, UHCL


They did issue over 300 deeds for Sauti farm along Gatanga rd, Mombasa, Nakuru, Kabati, Joska, Thika Tora across the Ngoingwa valley, Naivasha, Malindi....

I hear there's another batch that has arrived at their Thika offices today.

If they continue this way, they may just bring all their old customers who have kept off, back to the fold. Their payment plans are extremely flexible, unawapalekea ile kakitu uko nayo mos mos.

Meanwhile I saw their Juja Farm Rd housing scheme recently and appeared to have been greatly expanded. They seem to be swimming in money of late. These Juja Farm rd housing projects will be gems in 2-3 years time, now that the Juja - Juja Farm - Garissa rd paving project is about to kick off. The houses are less than 200m from the said rd.



https://urithihousing.co.../juja-plains-view-hand/

http://www.thikatowntoda...-construction-firm.html

http://www.thikatowntoda...hits-kes-4-billion.html


Hizo nyumba hazina ladha


Why? Because sio za gorofa? A 3bdr house with own compound and parking, and in a gated community at 3.6m is a deal.


Compared to Cytonn houses / apartments!!!

looks very acceptable and the tank behind there guarantees some water security, although I would bury a tank to harvest rain water the roofs look untapped, this beats an apartment anytime kwanza those small Nairobi apartments where the third bedroom is always so tiny, shared parking where you can't even wax your jalopy on sunday mornings, and you can make improvements to your house with less issues.
To Each His Own
Swenani
#143 Posted : Tuesday, August 07, 2018 9:20:50 AM
Rank: User


Joined: 8/15/2013
Posts: 13,038
Location: Vacuum
kayhara wrote:
Angelica _ann wrote:
hardwood wrote:
Swenani wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Pesa Nane wrote:
Urithians you have a weekend date.

Quote:
Dear Urithi Housing shareholder, you are hereby reminded of the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 starting from 10.00 a.m, at the Urithi Hill Top Resort ground, located in Nakuru Lanet area after Anestar Boys High School. Transport will be provided from our Nakuru office to the venue. For any inquiries, kindly contact 0714489446 / 0721342210 / 0718590598. Regards, UHCL


They did issue over 300 deeds for Sauti farm along Gatanga rd, Mombasa, Nakuru, Kabati, Joska, Thika Tora across the Ngoingwa valley, Naivasha, Malindi....

I hear there's another batch that has arrived at their Thika offices today.

If they continue this way, they may just bring all their old customers who have kept off, back to the fold. Their payment plans are extremely flexible, unawapalekea ile kakitu uko nayo mos mos.

Meanwhile I saw their Juja Farm Rd housing scheme recently and appeared to have been greatly expanded. They seem to be swimming in money of late. These Juja Farm rd housing projects will be gems in 2-3 years time, now that the Juja - Juja Farm - Garissa rd paving project is about to kick off. The houses are less than 200m from the said rd.



https://urithihousing.co.../juja-plains-view-hand/

http://www.thikatowntoda...-construction-firm.html

http://www.thikatowntoda...hits-kes-4-billion.html


Hizo nyumba hazina ladha


Why? Because sio za gorofa? A 3bdr house with own compound and parking, and in a gated community at 3.6m is a deal.


Compared to Cytonn houses / apartments!!!

looks very acceptable and the tank behind there guarantees some water security, although I would bury a tank to harvest rain water the roofs look untapped, this beats an apartment anytime kwanza those small Nairobi apartments where the third bedroom is always so tiny, shared parking where you can't even wax your jalopy on sunday mornings, and you can make improvements to your house with less issues.


Finishing and design iko chini kama matiti ya ngombe. They gable design at the entrace reminds me of our highschool cubicles which looked exactly like this
Poverty is the root of all evil
simonkabz
#144 Posted : Tuesday, August 07, 2018 1:03:39 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 3/2/2007
Posts: 8,732
Location: Cameroon
Swenani wrote:
kayhara wrote:
Angelica _ann wrote:
hardwood wrote:
Swenani wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Pesa Nane wrote:
Urithians you have a weekend date.

Quote:
Dear Urithi Housing shareholder, you are hereby reminded of the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 starting from 10.00 a.m, at the Urithi Hill Top Resort ground, located in Nakuru Lanet area after Anestar Boys High School. Transport will be provided from our Nakuru office to the venue. For any inquiries, kindly contact 0714489446 / 0721342210 / 0718590598. Regards, UHCL


They did issue over 300 deeds for Sauti farm along Gatanga rd, Mombasa, Nakuru, Kabati, Joska, Thika Tora across the Ngoingwa valley, Naivasha, Malindi....

I hear there's another batch that has arrived at their Thika offices today.

If they continue this way, they may just bring all their old customers who have kept off, back to the fold. Their payment plans are extremely flexible, unawapalekea ile kakitu uko nayo mos mos.

Meanwhile I saw their Juja Farm Rd housing scheme recently and appeared to have been greatly expanded. They seem to be swimming in money of late. These Juja Farm rd housing projects will be gems in 2-3 years time, now that the Juja - Juja Farm - Garissa rd paving project is about to kick off. The houses are less than 200m from the said rd.



https://urithihousing.co.../juja-plains-view-hand/

http://www.thikatowntoda...-construction-firm.html

http://www.thikatowntoda...hits-kes-4-billion.html


Hizo nyumba hazina ladha


Why? Because sio za gorofa? A 3bdr house with own compound and parking, and in a gated community at 3.6m is a deal.


Compared to Cytonn houses / apartments!!!

looks very acceptable and the tank behind there guarantees some water security, although I would bury a tank to harvest rain water the roofs look untapped, this beats an apartment anytime kwanza those small Nairobi apartments where the third bedroom is always so tiny, shared parking where you can't even wax your jalopy on sunday mornings, and you can make improvements to your house with less issues.


Finishing and design iko chini kama matiti ya ngombe. They gable design at the entrace reminds me of our highschool cubicles which looked exactly like this


He he he bloody Swenani these are LOW COST houses, not meant for the high end market. The plots on which they are built on cost upwards of 1.5m. Kisha unalipa mos mos kama deni ya avocado.

Na ndani je??



TULIA.........UFUNZWE!
kayhara
#145 Posted : Tuesday, August 07, 2018 1:37:29 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 5/5/2011
Posts: 1,014
[/quote]
Na ndani je??



[/quote]

Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.
To Each His Own
hardwood
#146 Posted : Tuesday, August 07, 2018 2:51:15 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 7/28/2015
Posts: 9,365
Location: Rodi Kopany, Homa Bay
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.
simonkabz
#147 Posted : Thursday, August 09, 2018 1:58:38 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 3/2/2007
Posts: 8,732
Location: Cameroon
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.
TULIA.........UFUNZWE!
Wakanyugi
#148 Posted : Thursday, August 09, 2018 9:25:17 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 7/3/2007
Posts: 1,548
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo

"The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth." (Niels Bohr)
simonkabz
#149 Posted : Friday, August 10, 2018 2:33:39 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 3/2/2007
Posts: 8,732
Location: Cameroon
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo



TULIA.........UFUNZWE!
kayhara
#150 Posted : Friday, August 10, 2018 2:54:56 PM
Rank: Veteran


Joined: 5/5/2011
Posts: 1,014
simonkabz wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo




Laughing out loudly Why would anyone go to the loo to scratch, that's like leaving the shower to go pee inthe toilet,
but fr real the few clients who we have done open plan kitchens for have come back and done an outside everyday kitchen, the open kitchen is usually for show or light stuff like coffee
water, juice etc, the real stuff happens inthe outside kitchen there the cooks can spin ugali in different angles and the cooked ugali smell won't come into the living room
To Each His Own
Pesa Nane
#151 Posted : Monday, August 13, 2018 11:32:04 AM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 5/25/2012
Posts: 4,105
Location: 08c
Pesa Nane wrote:
Urithians you have a weekend date.

Quote:
Dear Urithi Housing shareholder, you are hereby reminded of the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 starting from 10.00 a.m, at the Urithi Hill Top Resort ground, located in Nakuru Lanet area after Anestar Boys High School. Transport will be provided from our Nakuru office to the venue. For any inquiries, kindly contact 0714489446 / 0721342210 / 0718590598. Regards, UHCL

Any updates from the Lanet meet? Anyone?
Pesa Nane plans to be shilingi when he grows up.
Swenani
#152 Posted : Monday, August 13, 2018 1:06:11 PM
Rank: User


Joined: 8/15/2013
Posts: 13,038
Location: Vacuum
kayhara wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo




Laughing out loudly Why would anyone go to the loo to scratch, that's like leaving the shower to go pee inthe toilet,
but fr real the few clients who we have done open plan kitchens for have come back and done an outside everyday kitchen, the open kitchen is usually for show or light stuff like coffee
water, juice etc, the real stuff happens inthe outside kitchen there the cooks can spin ugali in different angles and the cooked ugali smell won't come into the living room


Kumbe hata wewe unakojoa kwa bafu, I thought I'm the only one.....I think all men pee in the bathroom while taking a shower to save on time
Poverty is the root of all evil
Angelica _ann
#153 Posted : Monday, August 13, 2018 1:07:27 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 12/7/2012
Posts: 10,800
Swenani wrote:
kayhara wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo




Laughing out loudly Why would anyone go to the loo to scratch, that's like leaving the shower to go pee inthe toilet,
but fr real the few clients who we have done open plan kitchens for have come back and done an outside everyday kitchen, the open kitchen is usually for show or light stuff like coffee
water, juice etc, the real stuff happens inthe outside kitchen there the cooks can spin ugali in different angles and the cooked ugali smell won't come into the living room


Kumbe hata wewe unakojoa kwa bafu, I thought I'm the only one.....I think all men pee in the bathroom while taking a shower to save on time


Very bad manners!!!
In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins - cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later - H Geneen
Pesa Nane
#154 Posted : Monday, August 20, 2018 8:16:28 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 5/25/2012
Posts: 4,105
Location: 08c
Pesa Nane wrote:
Pesa Nane wrote:
Urithians you have a weekend date.

Quote:
Dear Urithi Housing shareholder, you are hereby reminded of the Annual General Meeting to be held on Saturday 28th July 2018 starting from 10.00 a.m, at the Urithi Hill Top Resort ground, located in Nakuru Lanet area after Anestar Boys High School. Transport will be provided from our Nakuru office to the venue. For any inquiries, kindly contact 0714489446 / 0721342210 / 0718590598. Regards, UHCL

Any updates from the Lanet meet? Anyone?

Is it true that a 5% dividend was declared BUT that the same would be paid piece-meal weekly over the next two months?? d'oh!
Heh! Shame on you Shame on you Shame on you
Pesa Nane plans to be shilingi when he grows up.
simonkabz
#155 Posted : Wednesday, August 22, 2018 1:35:33 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 3/2/2007
Posts: 8,732
Location: Cameroon
Angelica _ann wrote:
Swenani wrote:
kayhara wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo




Laughing out loudly Why would anyone go to the loo to scratch, that's like leaving the shower to go pee inthe toilet,
but fr real the few clients who we have done open plan kitchens for have come back and done an outside everyday kitchen, the open kitchen is usually for show or light stuff like coffee
water, juice etc, the real stuff happens inthe outside kitchen there the cooks can spin ugali in different angles and the cooked ugali smell won't come into the living room


Kumbe hata wewe unakojoa kwa bafu, I thought I'm the only one.....I think all men pee in the bathroom while taking a shower to save on time


Very bad manners!!!


Ahem, Ann wewe nataka ambia sisi women dont do it???? Asking for a friend.
TULIA.........UFUNZWE!
Julie
#156 Posted : Monday, October 29, 2018 9:52:44 AM
Rank: Member


Joined: 12/2/2006
Posts: 614
simonkabz wrote:
Angelica _ann wrote:
Swenani wrote:
kayhara wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo




Laughing out loudly Why would anyone go to the loo to scratch, that's like leaving the shower to go pee inthe toilet,
but fr real the few clients who we have done open plan kitchens for have come back and done an outside everyday kitchen, the open kitchen is usually for show or light stuff like coffee
water, juice etc, the real stuff happens inthe outside kitchen there the cooks can spin ugali in different angles and the cooked ugali smell won't come into the living room


Kumbe hata wewe unakojoa kwa bafu, I thought I'm the only one.....I think all men pee in the bathroom while taking a shower to save on time


Very bad manners!!!


Ahem, Ann wewe nataka ambia sisi women dont do it???? Asking for a friend.


I confess...
Bigchick
#157 Posted : Tuesday, March 05, 2019 7:21:05 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 2/8/2013
Posts: 3,743
Location: At Large.
Tick tock after Gakuyo......
Love is beautiful and so are those who share it.With Love, Marriage is an amazing event in ones life time, the foundation of joy, happiness and success.
eangaga
#158 Posted : Wednesday, March 13, 2019 8:51:29 PM
Rank: New-farer


Joined: 11/15/2016
Posts: 19
Bigchick wrote:
Tick tock after Gakuyo......

What inside information do you have heresmile Spill the beans. I am asking for a friend.
Ali Baba
#159 Posted : Thursday, March 14, 2019 4:34:18 PM
Rank: Member


Joined: 8/29/2008
Posts: 514
Swenani wrote:
kayhara wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
Wakanyugi wrote:
simonkabz wrote:
hardwood wrote:
kayhara wrote:

simonkabz wrote:
Na ndani je??




Again acceptable for their class, but I wonder why Kenyans seem to like open kitchens, they are very impractical food smell all over the house, kitchen is messy especially during food
preparation, have the kitchen as a separate room, or have an outside kitchen.


It's the new craze for open plan living, american style kitchen. Anyway i believe when you are hosting your buddies, wifey or the housegirl needs her privacy akichonga viazi or while cooking ugali or kuosha viombo. Just like when you are in a restaurant you really wouldn't want to see what is going on huko kitchen.


Indeed. That privacy even for the house owner cannot be wished away. You wouldn't comfortably scratch your balls in the prying eyes of your house manager.


Most houses come equipped with a ball scratching room called the loo




Laughing out loudly Why would anyone go to the loo to scratch, that's like leaving the shower to go pee inthe toilet,
but fr real the few clients who we have done open plan kitchens for have come back and done an outside everyday kitchen, the open kitchen is usually for show or light stuff like coffee
water, juice etc, the real stuff happens inthe outside kitchen there the cooks can spin ugali in different angles and the cooked ugali smell won't come into the living room


Kumbe hata wewe unakojoa kwa bafu, I thought I'm the only one.....I think all men pee in the bathroom while taking a shower to save on time

Peeing in the shower?That's bad manners and disrespecting others who may use the shower.I would hate to swim with this kind of people in a swimming pool.I'm sure they would turn it into a bathroom.
Bigchick
#160 Posted : Sunday, March 17, 2019 2:45:43 PM
Rank: Elder


Joined: 2/8/2013
Posts: 3,743
Location: At Large.
eangaga wrote:
Bigchick wrote:
Tick tock after Gakuyo......

What inside information do you have heresmile Spill the beans. I am asking for a friend.


Cnyakundi has something on them.Check him out....
Love is beautiful and so are those who share it.With Love, Marriage is an amazing event in ones life time, the foundation of joy, happiness and success.
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