Kenyans think they have failed their country for doing the right thing
The ‘I have failed you’ meme has been on the internet for a while, but things got interesting over the weekend when Kenyans quoted and tweeted a tweet about how they have failed the country by not participating in peculiar Kenyan habits.
The original meme is from an image where Dexter (Cartoon Network character in a TV show) looks up to a poster of Albert Einstein in his locker and says “I have failed you.”
It has been photoshopped to change Einstein to a character or person who is held in high regard by some groups.
A tweep photoshopped it and put a Kenyan flag and the reaction was wild.
— Sese (@moyi_9) December 21, 2019
Here are a few of what Kenyans think they have failed for doing the right thing.
When you agree to meet with someone at 2:30 pm in town and you actually meet at 2:30 pm
— Davis Ombuki (@yourexombuki) December 21, 2019
When you throw away shopping bags instead of keeping them under the sink
— Kirima Nturibi (@K_mountainous) December 22, 2019
When you say toothpaste instead of colgate?
— Thorn Isaac (@ThornIsaac) December 21, 2019
When you go to a friend’s house and you fail to ask them, “huku mnalipa rent how much? Kuna kuwanga na shida ya maji? Ni ya kanjo ama borehole? Iko included kwa rent ama ni separate? “
— Kenia ?? (@vinnie_kenia) December 21, 2019
Ukikosa kuweka vitu za kuosha viombo kwa mkebe ya blueband
— Mututho BABA?? (@MututhoSir) December 22, 2019
Ukikosa app ya loan kwa simu.
— ? ? ? ? ? ???? (@Abonyo_Kogalo) December 21, 2019
When a cop stops you for breaking a traffic law and you don’t say ‘Afande wacha tuelewane’
— Timothy (@TimGathima) December 21, 2019
When U get something done the first day instead of waiting for long queues at the last minute.
— Njambi (@missNjambi) December 22, 2019
When you leave the house without checking the door again to ensure that you’ve locked up.
— Kikonde Righa (@kikonderigha) December 21, 2019
When the lights goes off in your house and you don’t go out to check whether the situation is the same in your neighbors’ houses
— Medulla?? (@badmedulla) December 22, 2019