Sport or religion?

Sport or religion?

That’s the thing about short trips abroad:  To know South Africa, spend an hour in a Frankfurt departure lounge listening to meaty creatures in flipflops talking mostly about something called Rukh-bee...

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Submitted by : Uys Fick of Philippolis on 2013-07-22 15:19:03
Well said! It is really heartwarming to learn that there is at least one more infidel out there.

For my work, I travel all over our country and I have yet to find a restaurant that, while 'entertaining' you with SuperSport, can serve a decent meal. I must assume that the restaurateurs believe the knuckle draggers they attract with SuperSport will not care what they eat.

I am a new subscriber to Noseweek and hope to read much more from your pen!


Uys Fick


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