Articles

10 Most Useful Things To Bring to a Ugandan Hostel That Many Freshers Don’t

10 Most Useful Things To Bring to a Ugandan Hostel That Many Freshers Don’t

By Staff Writer 

There are those things we brand as the must-have while in a Ugandan hostel. Sucks joining a hostel only to find out that you forgot that one important thing. As a result of this, your life will suck until you straighten up and bring that thing. So we’ve compiled a list of those must have things while at a Ugandan hostel. Since Freshers report this August, it’s important that they have this part of their life sorted.

1. Some method to accommodate an extra person for a night or two, such as a sleeping bag and extra pillow

2. Ear plugs. Your roommate/hall mates will annoy you and you will want to sleep through the night.

3. An electric kettle. Boiling water is pretty handy especially in times when you run broke and the only way out is Bushera.

4. First aid kit. Eventually you or someone you know will need a band aid, ice pack, or neosporin.

5. Postinor. Yes, eventually you may be tempted into having live sex and that Morning-After sex pill will save you.

6. Have two sets of all your basic items (toiletries, towels, phone charger, etc): one to keep at campus, one to leave at home. That way you don’t have to bring half of your hostel room with you whenever you go home for a weekend. If you do that, you will forget things and eventually have half of what you need at home and half of what you need at the hostel. It’s incredibly annoying. Just buy a second set of things (not expensive things like clothes and phones, of course) to bring to campus.

7. Laptop. It’s just annoying to bother your friends with a computer on which to type your coursework. And of course, what a quicker way to watch some movies and porn.

8. A tape recorder. If the lecturer is too quick/ too boring or you are in no state of mind to take notes, it can help a lot.

9. If you are sharing a bathroom with the whole floor or maybe roommates I would suggest shower shoes (flip-flops). Foot fungus is quite common and you never know if the last guy pissed or jerked off in there and now your stepping in it.

10. Condoms/CDs/Protection. Honestly this should be like number one on the list. Don’t know how many times I missed out on good chaws simply because I had no CD nearby.

Comments

comments

Click to add a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Articles

More in Articles

Meet Peterson Mwesiga, the Only Law First Class Graduate in 10 Years

Tracie MugishaJanuary 21, 2018

Uganda’s Queen of Katwe, Phiona Mutesi Leads Her University to Chess Title

Tracie MugishaJanuary 10, 2018

Why Are Top Bank of Uganda Staff Still Meeting the Mpangas?

Tracie MugishaJanuary 10, 2018

NBS TV Negotiating to Buy Observer Newspaper In Billion Shillings Deal

Tracie MugishaJanuary 3, 2018

Want to Lose Weight and Look Hotter? This Ugandan Girl Has A Plan

Tracie MugishaJanuary 1, 2018

How KIU Slay Queen Falsely Accused MUK Dude of Rape?

Tracie MugishaJanuary 1, 2018

CampusEye.ug is Uganda's number one campus based media website. We exist to talk about the Pop-culture in Ugandan campuses as regards the Fraternity and Sorority cultures. Whatever story is too good to hide, we have it. Whatever story is too shocking, we publish it

Copyright © 2016 Campus Eye