1. Touch her waist. 2. Actually talk to her. 3. Share secrets with her. 4. Give her your jacket. 5. Kiss her slowly.
Are wewe remembering this?
6. Hug her. 7. Hold her. 8. Laugh with her. 9. Invite her somewhere. 10. Hangout with her and your Marafiki together.
11. Smile with her. 12. Take pictures with her. 13. Pull her onto your lap. 14. When she says she loves wewe more, deny it. Fight back. 15. When her Marafiki say i upendo her zaidi than you, deny it. fight back and hug her tight so she can't get to her friends. it makes her feel loved.
What does it mean when teenagers say "i upendo you" to eachother, au when they tell their Marafiki that they're so in upendo with so-and-so? It's not true, forever and always love, not yet, but teenage upendo does exist. What is it, exactly, though?
Teenage upendo is falling in upendo at a young age, possibly for the first time but not the last.
Teenage upendo is thinking about someone and no one else in your spare time, and fantasizing about what "should have been".
Teenage upendo is sometimes saying "i upendo you" not because wewe mean it, but because wewe know its what wewe should say.
This is a 'HATE letter' and if wewe don't get it read between the lines (1,3,5,7,9 etc.) Clever guy.
1. "The great upendo that I have for you 2. is gone, and I find my dislike for you 3. grows every day. When I see you, 4. I do not even like your face; 5. the one thing that I want to do is to 6. look at other girls. I never wanted to 7. marry you. Our last conversation 8. was very boring and has not 9. made me look mbele to seeing wewe again. 10. wewe think only of yourself. 11. If we were married, I know that I would find 12. life very difficult, and I would have no 13. pleasure in living with you. I have...