The presentation requires a good understanding of French.
The presenter shares african proverbes and translates them to french.
Some of them I can't translate, some of them I could:
- If you don't know where you're going, make sure you know where you come from.
- If you know you don't know, you will know. But if you don't know you don't know, you will never know. If you know, share knowledge.
- Never bend over to look in someones behind, because if you do, someone else will look in yours.
- If you talk to someone and he's not listening; Stop talking! Listen to him! While listening you might find out why he wasn't listening to you.
- If someone tells you he can eat a whole cocon in one piece, let him do. Apparantly he's fully confident about his ass.
- Women are like coffee. First they excite you, afterwards they work on your nerves. Men are like melons. You have to touch many to find the right one.
- All men are equal, white, black, yellow, poor, rich. And between us live a few who are bad.