Welcome to South Africa!

“Welcome to South Africa! Now please hand me your wallet, your keys  and your wife… ugh sorry… keep your wife,” is sort of the national greeting towards tourists here. South Africa is a country of hope, love and some other cheesy things that are...

SpamNet attacks humanity again!

I love it how four pages of blogs have been used up by spam posts yet people are getting removed from this site because they used a dirty word or two... It makes perfect sense. Let spam robots take the site over and ban the actual people... Well done...

Masturbation Monday

Well I have to admit this is the first post I have ever labled as "Adult". So I just need to learn the ropes.   I might be almost twenty but sex is still a very shy topic for me... I still occasionly blush when it is in topic so talking about...

South African Slang Dictionary - Part 4

  Here is the fourth and final part to my South African Slang Dctionary!   Padkos ('put-koss')   (Afrikaans – lit. “road food”) Food to eat on a journey. Padkos is usually a few sarmies (sandwiches), some cooldrinks, chips, fruit and...

When Your Parents Are Super Conservative...

I don't have many issues with my parents, but there is one thing that drives me mad about them; it is how conservative they are.   There are plenty of shows that I would like to watch on television, but because of them, I can't. Taboo, Robot...

South African Slang Dictionary - Part Three

Well here is Part Three to my South African Slang Dictionary! Hey Used for emphasis. "So you're a surfer, hey?" or on its own as a way of saying "excuse me?" or "pardon?" Hose (Laugh) "He was hosing himself when he fell in the pool." ...

When People Deserve A Good Slap Back To Reality...

My brother has been dating this poisonous woman for almost a year now. She is a leech, a druggie and completely useless. She was kicked out of her home around six months ago and moved into my brother's and his mother's house. My brother and his...

South African Slang Dictionary - Part Two

Here is the second part of my South African Slang dictionary: Broekskeur Afrikaans for when money are tight. "Dit gaan maar Broekskeur" Brollie Afrikaans slang for "sambreel" or the English Umbrella. Bunny Chow Indian or Malay curry...

South African Slang Dictionary - Part 1

Have you ever wanted what slang was like in other countries? Well since I have been barely been posting nowadays I have decided to post some South African slang words and their meanings: Ag ('A*g') A multi-purpose word, pronounced like the ach...

Some Random Info About Me...

  I saw another blogger answer these questions and I thought they were pretty awesome questions so I decided to answer them...     What are five of your worst fears?     5. Open cupboards - This is an odd fear. Open cupboards...