Which of these tools did your mother use to discipline you?
Those who are reared by African mothers are more likely to be obedient, disciplined and well-mannered, especially in public. As an African child, you will never misbehave or throw a tantrum in front of your mother. You will most likely receive a hot slap on the neck or across the face, which is well deserved by them, and the child will quickly adjust or reset.
However, if you have complaints about whatever is going on as an African youngster, you will undoubtedly be very humble in that mode and avoid terrible posture while speaking to avoid another incident. As for myself, I’ve come across a variety of disciplinary instruments as I’ve grown up.
As for myself, I’ve come across a variety of disciplinary implements throughout my life, including electric cables, wooden canes (pankere), father’s belts, drumsticks, koboko, turning stick, slippers, backhands, and so on.
So which the following tools have your mother used to discipline you as a child,
- TOOL FOR ALIGNMENT (SPATULA)
- RESET YOUR BRAIN (KNOCK OR KONK)
- HEAD STRAIGHTENER (DUNLOP SLIPPERS OR PALM SANDALS)
- MUMU DUSTER (BROOM)
- PAPA’S BELT
- BACKHAND (VISION GIVER)
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