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“Education is Free in Jail”

By Spliph, South Africa: There is a picture doing the rounds on social media, of a young woman holding a placard with the words: Education is free in jail. Should I become a criminal in order to get educated? Student organizations have sparked a national crisis, perhaps even of the same scale of protests under apartheid. There have been subtle […]

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Gym be not proud – the downside of exercise!

By Spliph, South Africa: I still harbour, though secretly, the perception that most male aerobics instructors are …feminine (PC). The way they move and their tight clothing reinforces my notion every day at gym. My pot belly might not show it, but I am a big fan of aerobic exercise and it's a great way to keep active. However, the […]

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Blesser!

By Spliph, South Africa: My detractors will passionately comment that I have no place discussing such a thing. I however am of a different view. Being a blesser is fundamentally based on the propensity to fulfill a standing stereotypical stigma. Quid Pro Quo. Granted other reasons to being such a provider filter from years of promiscuity and ill timed genital […]

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Please Exaggerate – You’re probably right

By Spliph, South Africa: It's a dim Thursday morning, musky. The air is thick with the smell of the night rain. As usual, after the rain traffic is quite bad. The cars form a seemingly endless queue along a normally free but busy road. The traffic lights are flashing a red colour signalling they are offline and at the T-junction […]

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You People…!!!!!

By Spliph, South Africa: We all have unique problems, some more than others. But I believe my problems are of a microscopic rarity. It is for this reason I decided to write about some of them to see if anyone such as me is out there. People who say LOL. Not type it out, but say it verbally! Believe me, […]

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Confessions of A Social Pariah: The Valentine’s Day Survival Guide

By Spliph, South Africa: I formed a page on Facebook, code name N.A.H.A.B meaning the 'National Association of Husbands and Boyfriends'. I thought it necessary to rekindle the NAHAB flame seeing that Valentine's Day is fast approaching. NAHAB was to be the vanguard in extraditing the injustices of Valentine's Day. Now, I have no problem with people falling in love, […]

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Confessions of A Social Pariah: The Dangers of Browsing History

By Spliph, South Africa: A discussion on why you should never open a Cyclists Toiletry Bag, Browsing History and guess who is Champ at Tattle Tailing. I always clear my internet history. Don't be silly, unlike convention would have it, this is not because I was surfing the web for motivating images. I clean my browsing history because my surfing […]

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Confessions of a Social Pariah – I don't have a car but this Ecomobility thing pissed me off!

By Spliph, South Africa: A discussion on a Centurion's bowel movements, Parks Tau's unrealistic brainwaves and the happiness taxi-drivers feel on the Rea-Vaya lane.  South Africa's public transport system is as efficient as a centurion's bowel movements – this has been my assertion for a while. I have also managed to maintain it for some time and I believe I […]

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My Daughter’s Smile

By Spliph, South Africa: My daughter's smile Clear as the morning of a promising spring day, so vividly apparent. The wrinkles peering from her milky cute unformed and unshaped teeth, this must be heaven. Her voice so angelic and free, as though war never took place and my skin is globally accepted. She speaks, taking her time to relay her […]

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