8 things all African mums do
How African mums always act
You also know you’re African when you have a healthy fear for belts, slippers and cable cords.
This is especially if you were raised in the 90s and back.
African mums be like:
When asking for help
Kid: Do you need some help?
Mum: No, it’s fine.
Kid: Are you sure?
Mum: Yes. Stop bothering me.
Kid: Ok. (Leaves house)
Mum: Yaani no one will help me.
When you can finally walk
Mum: Go bring me the salt.
(Brings salt from kitchen, goes back to bedroom)
Mum: Bring me the remote.
Junior: Where is it?
Mum: On the table.
When you ask for cash
You: Mum please help me with 1000 bob.
Mum: What for?
You: I need to buy some things.
Mum: What happened to the money i gave you last time?
You: That was in 2014.
When you make her really mad
When she finds out you lied to go spend the night with a boy
When she likes to announce how troublesome you were as a child
When you bug her when she's on the phone
When your existence is always issue
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