stolen from nurse myra at the Gimcrack Hospital who stole it, obviously, from rotten.com
That last line’s a doozy, eh?
Let us now review, apropos of nothing in particular, the difference between Theory and Practice.
The distance between theory and practice is always so much smaller in theory than in practice.
Thank you. That concludes today’s Ugandan Discussion.
I’m looking for a man with ugandan sensibilities and several faithful handsome brothers
Makes me want to return to church–doesn’t it say that all men should be treated as brothers?
Hell, I’ve been doing the Lord’s work all along!
Doesn’t this apply to Mitt Romney as well? Oh, silly me. Warren Jeffs is the only living semi-Mormon polygamist.
You, my friend, have never been to Bountiful.
What about me and all of my husbands? Don’t tell me I’ve got to be faithful to these guys.
Only if you live in UGANDA, duh!
Oh yeah. Whew! Thank God- you had me worried.
That dude in the picture is a Mac Daddy!
That dude in the picture is thinking about his girlfriend.
men now day unfaithful to women , because you fine a man who has more than three women , but still go out for more , uganda now day is destory like musilm culture the give away young girl to very old person who is going to destory her future , how can we fight Aids within our world when every things is upside down .
Well, “abstinence” and “faithfulness” are not the answers, because human nature hasn’t measurably changed in thousands of years. Condoms are about the only thing that has proven to help. Unfortunately, what I expect to happen is literally social Darwinism in action: societies whose traditions and mores are unsuited to a world with AIDs will die out, and there will be a point of “thrashing” where every alternative society attempts to assert itself. This will be a point of rapid extinction and mutation in social models, as the disease essentially plays whack-a-mole with communities. Whatever survives will be the new standard.
Its really imparative to have many and no chances if survival I can fore see
I live in Uganda and I’d never seen this. Hilarious!
Well, print it out and post it somewhere useful!Your government will thank you.