4 January 2007
Ti hi hi hi
Claimer: i read this i couldn't help but think of Oduori and resulted in shamelessly copy and paste(what a way to start the year)otherwise Happy new year.
yawa! Luos jamani, hehehehe! But honestly you colour our world!
Doctor : What happened to your arm?
Oludhe : I broke it.
Doctor : Where and How did that happen?
Oludhe : Okey. It was a normal Saturday afternoon. I was on my second floor
balcony of my house in Karen, not the one in lavington sippi...
Doctor : Is that where you broke your arm, the balcony?
Oludhe : No no ... I was sipping that my scotch whisky slowly... you know my son recently came from the UK and he brought me some blue label.Anyway...as I continued sipping, I realised that the sun's rays were not getting directly to me, as the satellite dish was blocking them. Before I could instruct the domestic engineer to automatically turn away the dish, my butler James came up the balcony and informed me that there was this call on my social cellular phone.I reminded him to always bring the cellular up instead of calling me.As I hurried down the marble escalator ...
Doctor : I guess that is when you...
Oludhe : No, as I was going down I noticed the garage door was open and a car alarm was on. I stopped to check and indeed the new model Prado was missing. I knew Mama Akinyi my beautiful second wife had taken it.Akinyi is our second daughter(EGM you must know i mean else the title is null), now in Boston USA and is named after my late grand mother, who passed away in 1972 after a short illness. I have always warned mama Akinyi never to use the 4 by 4 on weekends, because of the recent spate of car-jackings. I always advise her to either use the Mercedes 230E or the BMW 325I which are not very attractive for thugs. That reminds me, I will have to tell my secretary to call "car-track " first thing on Monday - Jowa! I need to update my mobility inventory with them. So as I was saying....
Doctor : (With some laughter) Yes Mr Oludhe, car theft incidences are rising and it is becoming a dangerous place. But how did you break your arm?
Oludhe : Yes I was coming to that. On my way to pick the phone call I heard a hissing sound. I stopped to check where it was coming from. Ahh, it was from the bathroom. Mama Akinyi, for some reason, had left the Jacuzzi on. Luckily the temperature and speed were at the minimum. I usually recommend such speed and temp so that we do not overload the UPS support system , especially when our son's home
theatre system is on .
Doctor : Mr Olu...
Oludhe : Just wait... So when I picked up the phone, I said Hello,Hello...Hello, but nothing. I became upset because I think the caller from state house had disconnected, I can't understand why he didn't leave a message after the beep. All my un-answered calls including the car mobiles are automatically redirected to a CAMS system. Doc,a CAMS is a "Central Answering Machine System". Anyway, on my
way back I did not notice the protruding wire from the satellite dish. I had on many
occasions told MultiChoice to send in a qualified techni...
Doctor : ...is that where you tripped?
Oludhe : No, as I was avoiding the wire, I tripped on the Multichoice 250 channel decoder and fell on the 200 year old classical family piano..........
Doctor : Thank you. Such an expensive trip will cost you only 850.
Oludhe: (hands over the money excitedly...)
Doctor : Not Kenya shillings, Dollars!
Oludhe : Aii....yawa.....then I shall write you a cheque drawn from my
overseas account with First Boston Bank Massachussets....you can not go
wrong on that one omera.
eish dude LOL.