This how-to handbook will coach you on the subtle art of sending short and sweet texts, with slight innuendos, to have your crush cruising for more.
In this excerpt, authors Debra Goldstein and Olivia Baniuszewicz write about why sexting while in a relationship can make you fall in love all over again.
“Your company and presence means a lot to me than anything else and your giggles and you telling me ‘hajana nayo…” reads part of a chat sent while she is preparing to board a plane.
She responds, “Leaving in few babes, don’t go away yet…”, the ‘babes’ a term of endearment women use to address the men they love.
The book “Flirtexting” artfully navigates the acts of flirting and dating in tech-savvy times.
Inset: The two in a video call Senator Naisula Lesuuda, the ‘yellow-yellow’ beauty siren with silky hair, full African figure, soft hands, eyes and teeth that glow in the dark and a laugh that rings across the room – became Kenya’s youngest Senator in 2013, nominated to represent marginalised communities.
“Kuna ukora nataka tufanye Senator Naisula Lesuuda, and Senator Onesimus Kipchumba Murkomen .
Here below a leaked whatsapp text messages between the two who have been having a steamy affair since the Hustler’s ject scandal when Murkomen allegedly grabbed Naisula from the big the money… I love your giggles and your nipples, “Your company and presence means a lot to me than anything else and your giggles and you telling me ‘hajana nayo. I fell in love with you, I don’t know how, I don’t know when, I don’t know where but I did… So smitten is Murkomen with the 33 year old former TV girl that he confesses his feelings for her in an email in our possession, gushing: “I fell in love with you, I don’t know how, I don’t know where but I did.” In a Whats App chat, he tells Lesuuda he wishes he had met her earlier because she is his ‘match’.
Then she met Senator Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen, the fire-spitting lawyer turned politician representing the marginalised Egeyo Marakwet.