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curious

Johannesburg, South Africa

#1 Jan 4, 2012
Ke bona bana ba bo rona ba Basotho ba ineheletse ka cocaine.ebe molato ke eng hakale kale ka sethethefatsi se turu see????
Sash

Spain

#2 Jan 4, 2012
curious wrote:
Ke bona bana ba bo rona ba Basotho ba ineheletse ka cocaine.ebe molato ke eng hakale kale ka sethethefatsi se turu see????
It doesnt matter whether they are cheap or expensive drugs. Drugs are just not good for sechaba.
Sash

Spain

#3 Jan 4, 2012
curious wrote:
Ke bona bana ba bo rona ba Basotho ba ineheletse ka cocaine.ebe molato ke eng hakale kale ka sethethefatsi se turu see????
Some fall into the trap due to peer pressure. The other issue is that sechaba sa rantsho has moved away from the notion of, it takes a village to raise a child. Rona, you wouldnt find us smoking or drinking next to any elder and expect not to get a hiding irrespective of whether they know you or not. That is why less of us engaged in drugs, ciggies or alcohol.
Ntja ea Lapa

South Africa

#4 Jan 4, 2012
curious wrote:
Ke bona bana ba bo rona ba Basotho ba ineheletse ka cocaine.ebe molato ke eng hakale kale ka sethethefatsi se turu see????
Ha re rapeleng!

“Boss ya Basotho”

Since: Dec 11

I am Chosen to be Your Boss!

#5 Jan 4, 2012
Sash wrote:
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Some fall into the trap due to peer pressure. The other issue is that sechaba sa rantsho has moved away from the notion of, it takes a village to raise a child. Rona, you wouldnt find us smoking or drinking next to any elder and expect not to get a hiding irrespective of whether they know you or not. That is why less of us engaged in drugs, ciggies or alcohol.
Our goverment(S) enacted new non-user friendly regulations related to HUMAN RIGHTS, shifting away from Africanism and communial understanding!!
Bofuma

Maseru, Lesotho

#6 Jan 4, 2012
Sash wrote:
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Some fall into the trap due to peer pressure. The other issue is that sechaba sa rantsho has moved away from the notion of, it takes a village to raise a child. Rona, you wouldnt find us smoking or drinking next to any elder and expect not to get a hiding irrespective of whether they know you or not. That is why less of us engaged in drugs, ciggies or alcohol.
U utloile hore re se re na le ba bang ba tsoeroeng mose ho maoatle? banana ba ka bang 16. Machaena le Makoerekoere a busy a recruita bana ba rona for sex business and drugs selling. This is the responsibility of the civil society. An injury to one is an injury to all. Haeba ngoana hao ha a so kene o ntsa tla kena, ha re thusaneng.
Sash

Spain

#7 Jan 4, 2012
Wish Maker wrote:
<quoted text> Our goverment(S) enacted new non-user friendly regulations related to HUMAN RIGHTS, shifting away from Africanism and communial understanding!!
Eish, my mom used to say people are proclaiming their rights but there is nothing RIGHT that they are doing. Human Rights must be informed by individual responsibilities. Unfortunately as you have mentioned, Our goverment(S) enacted new non-user friendly regulations related to HUMAN RIGHTS.

However, I still maintain that it is still my right to put my kids to order as a responsible parent. Consequently, let all parents hold hands in fighting this monster called CHILDREN'S RIGHTS that is devouring our kids.
Sash

Spain

#8 Jan 4, 2012
Bofuma wrote:
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U utloile hore re se re na le ba bang ba tsoeroeng mose ho maoatle? banana ba ka bang 16. Machaena le Makoerekoere a busy a recruita bana ba rona for sex business and drugs selling. This is the responsibility of the civil society. An injury to one is an injury to all. Haeba ngoana hao ha a so kene o ntsa tla kena, ha re thusaneng.
Uena u bua 'kare u bala monahano oaka. A re thusaneng SECHABA sa heso. If it means to become a whistle blower, then let it be. Ha ke na lihlong ka seo.
Sash

Spain

#9 Jan 4, 2012
Wish Maker wrote:
<quoted text> Our goverment(S) enacted new non-user friendly regulations related to HUMAN RIGHTS, shifting away from Africanism and communial understanding!!
My teenage almost young adult son knows hore haka seeta holla saka li-rights li tla moraho. Responsibilty first, li-rights li tla latela. I tell him hore I am here to guide him and its up to him to take it or destroy his life but I will die peacefully knowing hore ha kea mo tlohella a wela mokoting ke shebeletse.
Black dick

Centurion, South Africa

#10 Jan 4, 2012
curious wrote:
Ke bona bana ba bo rona ba Basotho ba ineheletse ka cocaine.ebe molato ke eng hakale kale ka sethethefatsi se turu see????
ha o batla ho tseba hore ngwana hao o tlo sebedisa dithethefatsi kapa chee , o tla mmona ka ho tsuba cigarrete after years o tsuba cigarette se qetella se sa o kgotsofatse hantle jwale ebe o leka dicocaine , stop your child from smoking cigarrete and his/her chances of trying cocaine would be very less

“O Mpona Ke Le Betere”

Since: Sep 11

Hole Le Haufinyane

#11 Jan 4, 2012
Mob justice is the way.lets find out who sells this drugs and blaksem them.akere mapolesa a ba ts'oara,a ba lokolle a rekeisetse tsona hape.re tlameha ho inkela molao matsohong
Sash

Spain

#12 Jan 4, 2012
Makhosha wrote:
Mob justice is the way.lets find out who sells this drugs and blaksem them.akere mapolesa a ba ts'oara,a ba lokolle a rekeisetse tsona hape.re tlameha ho inkela molao matsohong
Mob justice has its loopholes as an innocent person can be killed because of jealousy. Look at the recent case where a traditional healer was stoned to dearth after a 3yr old dissapeared. Someone pointed him out as the kidnapper only to find out later that the child was found wondering on the streets by a certain lady who took the child to the social workers. I suggest that we report criminals to the authorities and let the law take its course.
Sash

Spain

#13 Jan 4, 2012
Black dick wrote:
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ha o batla ho tseba hore ngwana hao o tlo sebedisa dithethefatsi kapa chee , o tla mmona ka ho tsuba cigarrete after years o tsuba cigarette se qetella se sa o kgotsofatse hantle jwale ebe o leka dicocaine , stop your child from smoking cigarrete and his/her chances of trying cocaine would be very less


As much as I agree that ciggies are dangerous to ones health, I dont see a relationship between them and cocaine as ciggies dont make you high. I stand to be corrected though.
Black dick

Centurion, South Africa

#14 Jan 4, 2012
Sash wrote:
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As much as I agree that ciggies are dangerous to ones health, I dont see a relationship between them and cocaine as ciggies dont make you high. I stand to be corrected though.
cigarette serves as a platform for all other smokes ,if you can get rid of that ciggies in your child's life you have eliminated all kinds of smokes your kid would have experimented with
when you start smoking ciggies it makes you high but as time goes your body gets used to it and you'll respond by smoking more ciggied per day , there would be a time where that ciggies would be too weak to satisfy your body's crave that's when now they start smoking these other stronger smokes because now their crave is a bit higher than before
it is just like alcohol we all remember when we started drinking, only 2 beers they would make you drunk , but since then your body has adjusted with that , today you need 12 beers to make drunk.
that's just my opinion guys , thupa e kojwa e sa le metsi mothibe a sa ntse a tsuba cigarette tjena hore a seke a hlwa mekwalaba
Sash

Spain

#15 Jan 4, 2012
Black dick wrote:
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cigarette serves as a platform for all other smokes ,if you can get rid of that ciggies in your child's life you have eliminated all kinds of smokes your kid would have experimented with
when you start smoking ciggies it makes you high but as time goes your body gets used to it and you'll respond by smoking more ciggied per day , there would be a time where that ciggies would be too weak to satisfy your body's crave that's when now they start smoking these other stronger smokes because now their crave is a bit higher than before
it is just like alcohol we all remember when we started drinking, only 2 beers they would make you drunk , but since then your body has adjusted with that , today you need 12 beers to make drunk.
that's just my opinion guys , thupa e kojwa e sa le metsi mothibe a sa ntse a tsuba cigarette tjena hore a seke a hlwa mekwalaba
Lets agree to disagree. Maybe re ka lumellana ha re ka bua ka matekoane. However, you have a point ha u bua ka joala. Bona can lead someone to taking more stronger drugs. I have never had of anyone who gets high from ciggies except feeling a bit dizzy the first time they start smoking, not stoned.
Sash

Spain

#16 Jan 4, 2012
"never heard"
Black dick

Centurion, South Africa

#17 Jan 4, 2012
Sash wrote:
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Lets agree to disagree. Maybe re ka lumellana ha re ka bua ka matekoane. However, you have a point ha u bua ka joala. Bona can lead someone to taking more stronger drugs. I have never had of anyone who gets high from ciggies except feeling a bit dizzy the first time they start smoking, not stoned.
holokile ngwana mme , nna le wena ha re tsubi , we can only bebate on speculations ....

“O Mpona Ke Le Betere”

Since: Sep 11

Hole Le Haufinyane

#18 Jan 16, 2012
Paa

“Your Mama warned U about me!”

Since: Oct 10

Gays Call Me Horror Movie

#19 Jan 16, 2012
Sash wrote:
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Eish, my mom used to say people are proclaiming their rights but there is nothing RIGHT that they are doing. Human Rights must be informed by individual responsibilities. Unfortunately as you have mentioned, Our goverment(S) enacted new non-user friendly regulations related to HUMAN RIGHTS.
However, I still maintain that it is still my right to put my kids to order as a responsible parent. Consequently, let all parents hold hands in fighting this monster called CHILDREN'S RIGHTS that is devouring our kids.
Nnete sebele! Ebile ke na le molao oo ke iketseditseng ona wa lelapa laka ke le mong!

“being in love is so good.”

Since: Jul 11

Nna le motho waka.

#20 Jan 16, 2012
Mr Ntate Abuti- wrote:
<quoted text> Nnete sebele! Ebile ke na le molao oo ke iketseditseng ona wa lelapa laka ke le mong!
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