RASTA IS SWEET, COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED WITH A SENSE OF TLC (tender loving care) AND REALITY. real Rasta don’t drink…” I’ve spent the last few weeks pondering this question and asked girlfriends I posted this same question on Facebook – and then it got interesting! They’re less conservative.” To some women, Rastas represent the exotic.
Having dreadlocks or being dark-skinned does not define your “Africaness” – but maybe the ‘first time to Africa’ Muzungu hasn’t worked that out yet?
We know Rastas have essentially unlimited experience with little white girls, so they know how to talk to them. Rastas do not care how dirty the girl’s feet are, or the last time she showered.
They only care about whether or not she is buying him beer.
It is my unschooled and unkempt Rasta friend who scored.” Ow. Whether true or not, Rastas live up to the bad boy reputation with drugs and alcohol binges that, rather incongruously, make them attractive to Beckies traipsing aimlessly around Africa looking for adventure they can’t find back home.” Just say it like it is Richard! Enjoy the moment, but don’t kid yourself you’ve found the only faithful “Rasta.” So tell me your experience – anonymously if you like!
These guys know how to play the game,” my male friend said.
“They’ll learn how to dance, they’ll learn how to make love.
On Facebook, Tio commented “It’s all about perceptions of “exoticness”, which is why you have Bazungu women falling all over themselves for Masaai men, drape, spear and all.” One attraction of the Rasta is that they’re easy for us Bazungu to recognise them. Because with their shaved heads, every Ugandan man can look the same from a distance – at least when you first arrive in the country.
The Rastas stand out, they are easy to spot in the crowd.