Is “Skills” really an african bum disease?

ie: I tell my friend “i’ve got skills” to which he replys “Skills is an african bum disease – whats the deal

8 Answers

  • sinnyloo
    1 month ago

    Skill is an old playground thing.

    Nowadays it is rather racist and you could be getting a good butt kicking if you say it when you really shouldn’t.

    “An excellent ruse. This involved asking a victim if they had “Skill”. They would warily answer yes, which was a mistake. Skill, it was hilariously revealed, is an African bum-disease. The victim was of course trapped by the initial question, as to not have Skill was an obvious admission of being a total gaylord. (Interestingly, both definitions called it an African Bum Disease)”

  • ?
    5 days ago

    African Bum Disease

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    Well, poor Indian and African women aren’t afflicted with the problem of anorexia because they have problems of malaria, starvation, and malnutrition. So this is a huge reason why your mention of poor African and Indian women are not affected with anorexia. And if these people are starving there is no way that they can deprive themselves of food and therefore, maybe the reason why there are no statistics on this. Third world suffers are deprived of the basic necessities such as food and clean water. However, I would not limit my understanding anorexia as affecting only “wealthy persons”. There are men and women of every social class that suffers with anorexia.

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    6 days ago

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    Is "Skills" really an african bum disease?

    ie: I tell my friend "i've got skills" to which he replys "Skills is an african bum disease – whats the deal

  • Fish
    5 days ago

    A reference the Legend of African mens large penises and their capacity as an individual to cause rectal prolapse. Having skills is in reference to your new capacity to push your rectum out your anus. Its disturbing the things we learn in primary school.. Also reference Buttrose. You shouldn t have asked. I should never have asked.,

  • Jon Chalmers
    4 days ago

    no

  • Kristin
    5 days ago

    Real poverty doesn’t allow one the luxury of being anorexic or bulimic. Isn’t it hilarious that people insist it is a legitimate medical ‘disease’ 😀

  • Oscar
    6 days ago

    do you have SKILLS????

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