Six pack challenge: Men, posting selfies on social media is a disgrace to masculinity
There’s everything orgasimic about a reserved man on social media, especially Facebook. Son of his mom and dad who is silent. Silent is relative. Cool mahns just. Boils slowly just. Loves and values his space. Keeps a low profile. If you’re not in showbiz or entertainment, keep it under the carpet.
These men with one photo, actually it is the one on their profile, uploaded hukoo April 1852 BC. Two or three shared posts from CNN or BBC. About Trump. And ssebo Ssentamu Kyagulanyi. A number of sporty updates about Liverpool or Tottenham Hotspur. One two memes about January. Aaah! How does that sound?
Also, these silent and reserved persons see every single trending post and go through all comments and replies in the comments. They even click to see who has reacted how, on the post. They even visit the profile of people tagged in the comments to find out the relationship between the tagger and tagee.
They will, however, never like, react or comment. Never. Theirs is low key. Now that’s it! May God of Abraham bless y’all and hide you.
Now, there is this other lot of restless persons of this gender that we’re writing about. That very gender that denied the only Son of God. Just when we thought the whole world has gone crazy with the Oppo blurred and filtered photos...boom..grown men posting filtered selfies.
Why would a grown man participate in social media challenges? I’m old school - tell me why. Hash tag beard challenge. Brown skin challenge. Hash tag handsome challenge (and who tells them they’re handsome even?).
Mara six pack challenge. Posting 375+ selfies and photos on each and every Facebook group with hash tags.
Why would a man want so much public attention? Someone once remarked, hawa ndio wale hupiga nduru stima zikirudi.
Kwanza, how and why should a man take selfies? Filtered selfies biting their lower lip and ‘closing’ one eye as though they will be asleep in a minute. Doesn’t it sound too feminine?
Our mothers’ potential sons-in-law are competing with us in going for photoshoots, and taking selfies and parading themselves on social media like some new products on sale. Applying lip balm and spouting their mouths for clearer shots. Father lawd, the very men that our teenagers are supposed to call Papa, have more photos in their phone galleries than us.
Let nobody lie to you - an average woman would love to have a reserved man, any time. We love our coffee iced.