Yesterday I was deep inside Murang’a county a place called Kimorori with some guyz and decided to pop into one of those ocha like pubs that are run down to drink some alcohol before getting back to civilization. There were some ladies in the entourage and naturally they ordered for Guarana, but on careful examination, this is what was on offer. I think the pub was being used as a pilot program to gauge the receptiveness or how easy it can be to fool Kenyans into taking what they think is Guarana, we clearly ordered for Guarana and they brought us this imitation. So during Easter, be on the look out, when one is high, the waiter can easily swap the genuine Guarana with this and you carry on drinking bila kujua[ATTACH=full]2946[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]2947[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]2948[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]2949[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]2950[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]2951[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]2953[/ATTACH]
where is the jinion one?
Am I reading wrong or that name is Gwîkana?
What is the purpose of the 1st three photos in this story?
evidence ya deep inside Murang’a county
Supporting documents to prove he was in Murang’a. He’s just trying to fully-qualify his story lest tuseme hekaya.
can you drink it? the manufacturer is platinum industries and has gmail as their email address.
Guarrana ni soda boss…itisha whiskey
This was momentum guarana was even advertised on yesterday’s paper
didnt know but it was quite suspicious to sneak it into the order
hehe whisky ungepataje huko and the only brands of beer were tusker, allsops and balozi
first pics inakaa uko kboat kwa lake na kunanyesha
I was very close to the water so inakaa ni kama am in the water, there are no boats huko
haina and advertising a drink does not make it legitimate, the media inatafuta mbesha, even Kanyari is given air time
Hehehehe. Ata Thimiti haikuwa?
Anyway, hiyo ni lake gani?
ni dam fulani hata haina jina, watu husema tu kwa dam
I think the drink is called smirnoff Ice with Guarana…
Guarana is a plant which is an ingredient in a lot of stuff…There’s even guarana tea. Maybe one of the ingredients in that drink is guarana hence the label…
ION, this is how my mind took your first sentence…“Yesterday I was deep inside Murang’a quail”