If you don’t fit in with the status quo, people are going to comment.
Perhaps that’s why I like the Rasta look on some men: I like a man who’s not afraid to stand up for himself when challenged.
I know it’s not logical, I get it, but women don’t choose mates on logic. Women choose mates by their level of attraction they have for them (unless they are money hungry women after you for only your wallet) and not for what you can give them in return.
Men seem to think bribing women with gifts will make them fall in love with you, but it has the total opposite effect, women see this as you needing their approval because you don’t think you are worthy enough to date them without having to buy them things in return.
He said “I have the answer and I know I’m right.” “These Rasta guys have a lot of time on their hands. He’s got plenty of time to show her the sights and show her around.
The conversation might not be meaningful but that’s not what either of them is after.
“They’ll learn how to dance, they’ll learn how to make love.
Women don’t like money, and money won’t make her get attracted to you.
On the contrary, women are seeking out for the experiences that things like money bring about.
To be Rastafarian you don’t have to be black; in fact Rastafarianism has to come from the heart. Rastas are famous for smoking marijuana as a symbol of religious practice.” Real Rastas – of which there are very few in Uganda it seems – do not touch alcohol.
So for the sake of this article, I have thrown the cosmetic and the real into one big cultural melting pot. I echo the sentiments of this guy, who said: “Come on people, think about it before you all start judging dem Rastas. You must be joking – you don’t know what’s living in that hair! Anja echoed my thoughts: “Rastas are generally a lot more liberal than most Ugandans.