I should have made a resolution long T, but I'm glad I waited. Here:
I, the 27th Comrade, will never a-friggin'-gain haggle with a salesman. Ever.
You see, if I have to haggle, I'm fighting with the lying salesman's wits. And I usually lose, and then I go to the next stall and I find the starting price is 25% of what I spent already.
``Give I my money back!''
``Sole. Ob'ozaagala, jjangu tulwaane. Gwe!'', he calls other salesmen, ``On'omuyaaye ayagala kunziba ...''
And I run away.
I have just bought me something at Shs. 50,000, thinking I got a bargain. Then the same thing, starting price 20,000/= less, at another stall. Frig.
I hate to feel this defeated. I'm not going to buy from any negotiable-price places. If my comrades can't treat me with respect, to hell with them. I'll live Communist, buy Capitalist.