Rogue or vogue?

samfloy~12 May 2018 /Random

A discussion I’ve had this week is would you rather been known as rogue or vogue.

Rogue
1. a dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel.
2. a playfully mischievous person; scamp:

Vogue
1. something in fashion, as at a particular time:
2. popular currency, acceptance, or favour; popularity

Both have pros and cons – what would you rather be known as?


In other news…

There’s a classic “I know this great little place” Chinese restaurant in Nairobi called Silk Noodles. Full of Chinese people (good sign) and the occasional vogue/ rogue expat bringing friends for affordable, delicious and large portioned noodle dishes in unpretentious surroundings.

On Thursday I ended up going there for both lunch and dinner.

On Friday I fasted.


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