Life of a Ugandan Campus Babe

Life of a Ugandan Campus Babe

The following takes place between 18 years and 35 years of age; events occur in real time;

Girl at 18-21 years; I need a nigga who is fun loving, cool, trendy, and has a tattoo

Girl at 21-24 years of age; I need a man with a future, he should be tall, funny, educated, focused with life but also can have fun once in a while .

Girl at 24-27 years of age; I need a financially stable man with his own crib, has no babymamas, looks dont matter, what matters is your personality. Can be tall or short. Not all of us can be funny anyway so Churchill live will compensate for that. Serious people only

Girl at 27-30 years of age; I need a man who is ready to love me and my kid(s). Should also have not more than two kids.

Girl at 30-35 years of age; pshhh, i don’t need a nigga in my life. Men ain’t shit. I’ll stay the way I am. (talking to younger girls in their 20s) “girl you don’t need a nigga, these men ain’t shit”

Girl past 35 years; looking for a divorcee ready for serious commitment



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