Jalango Leaves Kenyans Cracking Their Ribs After Posting This Humorous Photo
By 3west | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 13880 views
The phobebook is an important tool in ones cell phone. It contains important names of people who are either friends or family, who you may reach out to in case of need.
While saving a contact, people use different criterias. Some use people names, which is common for many, while others use nicknames. However, a new criteria of saving contacts has arised.
In this trend, someone saves the other in terms of how he or she looks or where they met for easy recognition. In line to this, Jalango has today posted a photo of how ladies 'misbehave' while saving strangers.
The lady saved the man as "Kibaki wa Sherehe", because he has a bald head and they met at a party. Kenyans could not keep calm upon seeing this hillarious photo and left funny comments. Check them below.
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