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Warning to Campus "Mafisi", not all freshers are fresh!

By Gibbs Alexx | August 10th 2016

 I saw her from a distance. Her captivating figure swept my mind blank. I stared at her with lucid eyes. I scanned her from top to bottom, starting with the silky hair, black porphyry eyes to the spout mouth and well set nose.

My eyes searched further down as I explored her raised mountainous chest region. My eyes lingered there momentarily before continuing my journey south of her body. All of it was a sight to behold. By the time I finished analyzing her, she was a few meters from where I was standing. I stood rooted to the ground. She walked gracefully past me as I feasted on the fragrance of her cologne. The smell took me to Pluto and back! She was irresistible.

I sneezed loudly enough to wake the dead! She instantly offered her sympathetic apologies that were sad and sweet to my ears. She back paced to where I stood stopping like a broken bow. She asked whether I was alright. I could not hide my delight as I answered in an affirmative tone.

One thing led to the other and we found ourselves charting away the eve in my room. She came up with interesting stories that I always found myself nursing rib aches due to uncontrolled laughter. She was such a humorous girl that we didn’t even notice that the night was setting in. She was so composed in her arguments and ideologies to a point I started doubting myself if she was really a ‘fresher ‘or doing her post graduate degree.

I was philanthropic enough to offer her supper. We decided to cook Ugali with some pieces of carnivorous feedings I had earlier on purchased from Collo’s butchery. I immediately popped into the kitchen arena and began steady preparations of the cuisine. I was busy in the kitchen swabbing and getting ready for the grand cook when she coupled me and offered to do the cooking! With that motherly icon in her, I was convinced beyond reservations that she was indeed the ‘chosen’ one.

As she blended the cooking in the sufuria with me seated on my bed, I got a wider view of her curving. Oh my! This girl had it all. After supper, we discussed other personal stuff till it was late in the night.

The hardest part was to convince her to spend the night at my place. She argued that we men couldn’t keep our hands off a lady if we shared a bed. I told her that I was different but she was adamant, but I could feel that she was reluctant as she was saying with her mouth; the body language was different from what she was uttering.

When I was changing to my pyjamas, she was looking away. This indeed proved her freshness in the world of dudes. She squeezed herself in between the sheets but maintained a ‘Jesus’ distance between me and herself. One touch led to the other and things started getting hotter. What transpired after that cannot be put into writings! We woke up at around 8am feeling tired and hungry.

As I went about preparing breakfast, she asked for a glass of water. I gladly held out a glass of water to her as she piled a heap of medical tablets on her hand! The reality hit me hard in the head. Those were ARVs!! I fainted there and then and I have just recovered to file this article. How could a fresher be infected with HIV?? I thought they are all fresh!!

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