She’s awfully cranky lately – Probably not getting any
What a prude – probably inexperienced
Yoh, hond, word on the street is she sure gets around – los
Eh, I’ve seen umjita in action, sure gets around – boss
She called me over for movies – dawg, you know what that means??
He didn’t even touch me – red flag, chommie, must be gay
I’m not interested – Dang he must have hurt you
Yes he did hurt me – Damaged goods, guy ruined it for the rest of us
NO! – Playing hard to get I see
Man she’s bitter! – must be divorced
Single mother, never the head, still the neck
And at the end of the day, we may come to find that the lines where right and responsibility meet have become all too blurred
Where the elasticity of the state’s arm has come to a staggering hault and the matter is put into our own hands
What are you doing with that responsibility?
Akani Fuko is here to offer an appreciation of the commotion we’re brought up in and the lessons it inevitably comes with. I reckon the hot mess that seems to persist in our lives may offer each one of us a unique take on life that only seeks to enrich our authentic selves. The gift of perceiving life through humour and constant reflection remains one my life’s truest forms of compensation, to say the least.