Kiss me quick!


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18 Responses to Kiss me quick!

  1. Guessaurus says:

    I wondered where Nemo went.
    How u doing sweet?

  2. Kirima says:


  3. Gishungwa says:

    more like swallow me whole LMAO

  4. aegeus says:

    Do you see it? I swear i put it in there! Tihihihiiiii!!!

  5. prou says:

    Gobble up not kiss.

  6. Seasons says:

    Just brushed…howz my breath?

  7. juicevibe says:

    i am hungry ! get me some food quick!!!!!!!

  8. modoathii says:

    my what big teeth you have!

    jusi jaluo na ssssssatellite dissss, leo ssssamak! iko influence gani ngambo hiyo?

  9. Unyc says:

    Its more like Swallow me quick!

  10. 3N says:


    hey farm gal.

  11. threetypesofcrazy says:


  12. sisbigbones says:

    Now that’s artistic…but I hope no kid gets to see that. They might be scarred for life!

  13. archer says:

    “He says he doesn’t have a toothpick. Nimsaidie au nisimsaidie?”

  14. Zack says:

    Its scary in there but I will just enter…

  15. tom says:

    Latest Emerging Details

    A Disturbing new story has emerged from the Kibaki’s birthplace in Nyeri,Kenya. Its a story never told before about the reason for the death of Kibaki’s father. Mzee Karauri,speaking to a news reporter in Nairobi in November said that one day in the 1980’s,Kibaki had hatched a plot to kill the then president Daniel Moi. A bomb had been placed in a chartered Kenya Airways plane that was to carry the president to a meeting in Ethiopia. Kibaki was responsible. Moi,who had an airtight intelligence network got hind of this plot. The former president was known to hit back hard when betrayed. He announced at the last minute that Kibaki represent him in Ethiopia. Kibaki was terrified. He badly needed a reason not to travel to Ethiopia,and it better be a good one. At about the same time,his father was ailing at a village in Nyeri. Kibaki is reported to have began a well executed plot that ended up with his father being killed. He then called Moi to inform him of his “loss”.

    Cosequently, Kibaki escaped by sacrificing his father. The bomb was defused, but from then on, Kibaki knew that he owed Moi his life and that he would do Moi’s bidding. That’s why Kibaki willingly split Kikuyu votes in 92 at Moi’s bidding, this was supposed to be the payback for the attempt on Moi.

  16. tom says:

    Steadman Cooking up Numbers.

    A casual addition of President Kibaki’s support per province as released on Friday then divided by eight (the number of provinces) showed that Kibaki had scored 39.5 per cent, Raila had 47.6 while Kalonzo had 8.5 per cent.

    Presidential voting by province
    Province Kibaki Raila kalonzo
    Nairobi 46.3 39.3 12.1
    Central 92.8 5.0 2.0
    Coast 34.7 51.5 9.7
    Eastern 48.9 6.1 43.8
    Nyanza 11.9 85.3 1.8
    Rift Valley 39.3 55.8 3.9
    Western 20.7 72.8 1.4
    North Eastern32.2 64.4 3.4
    Total 43.2 43.6 11.4

    Kibaki average: 46.3+92.8+34.7+48.9+11.9+39.3+20.7+32.2=326.8/8 = 40.85

    Raila averages: 39.3+5.0+51.5+6.1+85.3+55.8+72.8+64.4=380.0/8 =47.525

    The weighting has already been taken care of by using a representative sample size based on registered voters per province. The larger the registered population in a province the larger the sample size!

    That means that the results can be deduced by simple addition and division in two ways:

    1. Because the sample sizes have been weighted you can add the total number of votes of each presidential candidate and divide by the total votes to get the percentage of the candidate!
    2. Because the sampling has been weighted you can add the percentage provincial totals of each candidate and divide by the number of provinces.

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