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Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 373

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35 comments:

  1. @pix 1 is so real




    *Larry was here*

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    1. Rubbish system. Most of them are scams. Like one best writers I patronize. I had a 42(D) after paying them £300.

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    2. Miracle berry was the sugar our parents in iboland used when they were young.

      *drinks weed smoothie*

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    3. Anonymous 16:37...what breed of fool are you? You're angry the idiot you paid to do your school work is dumber than you are?

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    4. Oh that's the English name?
      Its called Mkpantok in Ibibio..I think

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  2. Miracle berry: I heard about it for the first time last week in a lecture. And it's so abundant in Africa

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    1. Yeah..I've seen it before In my grandma's farm..never knew it was this important. .

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    2. Yes,you are right. Its called AGBAYUN in yoruba.

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    3. Another Jasmine? Hian!!!

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  3. I love that industry where they helped people to do exams. Which i can see one of them to help me write my exams.

    lovely facts

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    1. You really need them 'cause you've got your tenses and spellings all mixed up

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  4. I've taken the miracle berry befr
    It makes sour orange taste sweet

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  5. Enter your comment...what's d local name for d fruit? Me 'wants' to 'eats' some.

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  6. What an industry to pay for cheats, lols

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  7. Wow! What a strong building, this is the only chinese product that is not a fake!
    #JOeFIRSt

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  8. Where can I find this miracle berry in Nigeria (Lagos)?

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  9. Miracle berry nice i for like eat am oo

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  10. My best post is here... I know about miracle berry but not this redish.

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  11. I need me some miracle berry in my life, to change all these bitter haters into sweet loving people.

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  12. Nice berry... would love to test it one day.

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  13. Biko, if you give this Miracle Berry to a sour man, will he become sweet?

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  14. Better facts . The last facts wow just learned that now.

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  15. Miracle berry,called agbayun in Yoruba language. Everything you eat for the whole day tastes sweet. Then in the 90's my mum uses it to take pap. Its tree is mostly found in the bush and thick forest

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  16. i have eaten the miracle berry once in the village, you can chew bitter leaf and you will think its cabbage. very crazy something.








    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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  17. I wish i have this berry.
    Imagine what I saw here http://www.nigeria1stnews.com/2016/10/12-mouth-watering-photos-that-shows.html

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  18. That's d type of building we want in naija not all these fake structures we av dat fall yakata within months.

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  19. I need some of that miracle berry

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