Sometimes being a beautiful girl is not the prettiest thing in the world. This past weekend I got to spend my first weekend at my second house in nakuru.. I thought that i would be a silent weekend, until i got a visit from Mr. X.. I thought i he’d stay at my house for a couple of minutes then leave. Oh was i wrong :-(.. A brief introduction to Mr. X is an actuarial scientist who works at some insurance in Nakuru Town… I met him a couple of days ago when i asked him to change my bulb. He looked harmless and i thought he did it because he was being friendly. Clearly all that glitters is not gold.
The conversations starts all innocent until, talking of general issues.. My dreams, how he started his life in Kaloleni, how he’s the macho man and how he defied his parents so that he can start his life ‘independently’.. All this while am thinking this stories are ending up to a dead end.. I then pull a trigger and ask him what he’s doing in my house and yet his wife is pregnant and almost due. His justification got to win an Oscar for dummies. He goes on saying that he called his girlfriend to come and stay with him as he provided for her every need through the pregnancy and there after if they should part ways, he’d take care of them.
I’ve never had a guy objectify a woman like that.. I felt sorry for the girl on the other end. I mean, how do you let your guy see other girls in your presence, even though the guy claims “huyo hana shida, we are past jealous stage”. He then goes on and promises a whole load of empty promises and all this effective after the wife has left for school in august.. A trip to Naivasha, a game drive to lake Nakuru and a whole bunch of promises in order to get me to sleep with him.. Sometimes, being a beautiful girl loosely translates to a gullible and naive girl.
Verdict: To all beautiful girls: Put all your lighters up