at least for me. we all have an image we are comfortable with and nothing seems to work as well for me as crew cuts do.
conductors (the bus variety) refer to me as 'aiya' now and gone are the days when they used to rudely shove me aside and snap at me to move up the aisle.
like just the night before last i was being a real annoying bastard in the bus cos i was hogging the footboard and the conda (as he is fondly known) found his movements vastly restricted. but not a word of protest did he utter. he bore me - the pain in his ass, patiently for a long time before respectfully asking; aiya kohenda bahinne? big brother, pray tell, where doth will you get off my bus?
so i told him.
and he most politely told me; 'waadiwenna'. please, why don't you take a seat?
so i did.
and just last evening i was ambling down Rudra Mawatha in Wella and this three wheel brother hailed me and said;
'Aiya, podi support ekak denna puluwanda?' Big brother, how about some help here?
his back tyre had a flat and he was missing a jack. so he needed me to help him lift the tuk and hold it in the air while he changed the tyre. and no, of course im not talking about lifting the tuk bodily right off the ground, i meant raise it so its back wheel was off the ground you dufus.
so i help him out and while we're at it i question him;
didnt you have a jack?
didnt have a jack no! he says
then he says 'sorry ah, almost done'
i say 'ah shape shape no problem'
then hes done and he utters a thanks and i say ok and walk off.
Just as if i do that sort of thing everyday!
You know what else rhymes with 'everyday'? Lingerie or lawnjeray.
i need some advice, preferably from discerning young ladies, with regard to this product. why does wearing sexy underwear under drab office clothes make a woman feel more confident? its not like your clothes getting ripped off near the photocopier is an everyday occurence is it? i understand about the lift and shape factor but really, is that all there is to it?
Please, help a brother out. its for an assignment i swear.