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Saturday, November 26, 2016

Breakfast Anyone?

HUH?







No food for me until party time...Perhaps the others will...

Yesterday i made Banga soup and it turned out great....Abi man for wack small codedly this Morning sef to use hold side?*side eyes*

May God provide for those who are reading this but have nothing to eat for Breakfast.

Mrs Romas my Breakfast post boo,where are you?lol.


107 comments:

  1. I just finished preparing my pan cake, ready to eat. Dust ass and walk away

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    1. Stellz na bread nd akara things ooo, I get dis my akara customer wey dey give me swt hot akara, I nack am down wit hot creamy tea.d3e6279e.




      Am ella nd I just wanna make common sense.

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  2. I had boiled potatoes and plantain with fried stew. OMG. Great. Awaiting lunch.

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    1. No breakfast na sleep oo after this night vigil but had okro soup with eba as lunch

      Ideato come and tell us wetin you chop oo

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    1. I have not been eating for like two weeks now, just trying to take fluids. I have morning sickness, spitting and nauseous. I have promised God to kneel down and thank Him when next I'm able to drink water. It is well
      Bv happy life

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  4. None for me.btw,who I bought toothpaste from shoprite.Colgate.it was supposedly part of the black Friday items (fake bf) and the thing was expired or something.it says it's not expired on the pack but when you brush your teeth with it its like you just sucked on bitterleaf.very horrible taste.did anyone else but this pls?

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    1. Trinity ndo NNE. Take it to the branch Na. The tales from experiences at Shoprite Ikeja yesterday are worrisome.
      A friend called me this morning ranting and raking. Odiegwu really.

      Substandard goods ti take over, not only expired. La oju e. Shine ya eyes.
      I didn't step out, heard it was a mammoth crowd I bought few articles online. I dey wait.
      This country. Smh

      Xhlrted P

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    2. Hahahahaha...
      Awoof dey run belle...
      Nigerians don't do things for free!...

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    3. Shoprite sells expired things, they use a seal to cover the dates, everyone knows they are rougues.

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    4. Shoprite sells expired things, they use a seal to cover the dates, everyone knows they are rougues.

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    5. @xhhlted P yes oh.so many people there for few items.one woman was telling me to grab ketchup that its 5 for 1k.we checked and it was to expire in Feb.I said na wa.they sold just few products and expected people to fight for it and many actually did.

      @chidnma gift no Colgate dsnt taste like bitterleaf my dear.no toothpaste does.this one was either fake or expired but they changed the expiry date

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  5. Choii woke up with a very strong craving for hot suya and chilled thick yogurt.... Where I want see suya this morning buy??


    I ate indomie with peppered chicken... Chicken has been in the freezer since couldn't wait for it to defrost..... I chop am like that..... Thanks to hunger but for that suya I must chop am today!

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    1. Go to university of suya na. Dem dey anytime.

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  6. Hot akara with bread jare and flush it with chilled coke.

    I dont know why ukwa is so scarce.

    Abeg BVs in lagos oo where can i get it bikonu

    Ukwa nkea agugbuo nam.

    The woman i use to buy it from just gave birth to her 7th child

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    1. This is not Ukwa season. I book from the villa and Independence layout, in large quantities though around March to May. You pay for 2 white 10 liter jerry cans, they dry it well and fill up. Then courier. Xmas season look for someone from Umuahia area, it is cheaper there at this period.

      Outside that you get to Oyingbo market with your whole bank account. Kikiki. Those women are not smiling. Chaa chaa

      Xhlrted P

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    2. Hahahahahahahahahaha...
      All those market women sabi born like chicken...Order from the east...
      That's what I do!..

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    3. There is a woman selling at Balogun mkt Lagos. Though it is expensive presently, but you must get there. But Nne you take style do small amebo here o, how do you know the baby is her 7th child? Hahahahaha, Nne mo.

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    4. Xp .Thanks dear. Say me hi to youe twinnie.

      Si fa na anam ekene


      Queen the thing tire meooo. She was actually looking for a male child. 6 girls and a boy. She is lucky shaa cos if to say the seventh was a girl again will she continue..


      Adadioramma, na my neigbor tell meooo cos the woman use to bring the ukwa for us. Whenever we call her she will just come and sell for us before leaving for oshodi where she stays. Actually according to my amebo neigbor, the woman was actually looking for a male child. So to God be the glory , the seventh one was a male which mean she has 6 girls and a boy. Lol.

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    5. No mind her onye asiri, we get am plenty for Umuahia

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  7. My breakfast is plenty of Praise oh. The lifter of my shame has done it for me.
    I can't keep calm!
    Praise is all I'm gonna do today.
    Pls trust God completely, he is nearer than we imagine.

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  8. I'm having white rice ,plaintain and meat stew with a cup of ovaltine.The meat is the koko,how much I love 'eran olora'.

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  9. My cravings for mama put rice is out of this world.. where can I find one now??

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  10. Imagine me oo, I just ate pizza kebab and then remembered that I have not taken my nice morning cornflakes......I had to go back to the kitchen oo. Time for my multivitamins #mom to be

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  11. #Most of the times, "later" becomes "never" *

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  12. No breakfast for me.
    But in the afternoon will get roasted yam with palm oil.
    Been craving that for a while now.

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  13. Have just taken ACV In warm water with a dash of lemon. Will ve brunch later.
    Ehee! Someone said she went to blue cabana to have some turkey on thanksgiving day, longer throat no gree me since that day, last night I pulled hubby to the place n asked for turkey only for them to say they don't sell turkey. Ah ah! I said Mbanu that some chic ate turkey here yest they said sorry ma'm we never sold turkey here.
    Hian! Biko if u re the one that ate turkey there no be blue cabana on that next road?
    Anyways, please does anyone know where I can get nicely prepared turkey in Abuja?

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    1. Hian, Thanksgiving turkey in Nigeria? Una try well well

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  14. I'm so pissed!

    I was in the kitchen trying to make breakfast. After a while I noticed every where was quiet, I just knew my kids were up to something..

    I went to the check on them only to find the room looking raided. Their Clothes on the floor, shoes, papers, pencils etc. Some of the clothes were used to form shapes; circles etc. Jesus!! What happened here?? My 4year old son said he's making things. He said "mummy see a woman" pointing at a bunch of clothes. I just weak.. I'm just so pissed with that agbaya man that does big art (he uses clothes and everything to create stuff) or so on Disney Junior, he's the causer of this my predicament. I know how long it took me to finally be able to fold and arrange all their clothes and now I have to start all over again.

    Breakfast has been postponed till we're done arranging..Don't know where to start from.😦😦

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    1. Hahaha
      Slot in a good music and get to work.
      #mothethoodrocks


      Xhlrrted P

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    2. No beat dem make dem no say wetin dem do no right....Siddon dere deyy write story


      @Galore

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    3. Don't mind the agbaya man Jarre. Me don't even what he use to draw with clothes. Pls pardon the kids.

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    4. Hahahaha I can't stop laughing because my daughter did exactly the same thing this morning. I woke up to find my clothes all over the floor

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  15. Yes o. Mumc prepared yam egg but I decided to eat it with stew.

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  16. Pls who has written TOEFL exam bfor. Was it very simple????

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    1. Study well for it. It's not hard if you study well. If not, you'd find it difficult cos it has a pattern to it esp for the speaking part. Just make sure you go through the study guide thoroughly. Best Wishes!

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    2. Ask chike TOEFL

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    3. If you can speak, understand & write English (not pidgin or whatever rubbish that's called social media language) you can pass TOEFL. I scored 227/300 when I took in 2003

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    4. Anonymous 12:38, isn't TOEFL's highest score 120? I took it in 2008 and till now it is 120 except you are referring to something else.

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    5. I took it 5 years before you, go ask/check what it was then

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  17. Hahahahahah...
    Eating swallow in the morning is bae joor...
    Me I just downloaded moi moi and pap with enough milk!...
    Want to go take my shower and climb the bed!...
    I will lock my door so these children won't come here to disturb me and lay uneccessary complaint!!...
    I need enough rest mehn...I over worked my self in the gym!,..

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  18. Stella post Saturday laughs naaaa, haba. Breakfast is green tea. Oyaa post I dey open your blog since morning. I don open am reach 10 times.

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  19. No breakfast yet, still in a meeting. I might eat noodles with vegetable sauce later.

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  20. Na boiled yam,potatoes, nd same ripe plantain with egg sauce....

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  21. Spaghetti Borghese,chips n chilled red wine

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    1. Spaghetti what?
      Hahaha

      Xhlrted P

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    2. Have mercy on yourself? You have washed your dirty & torn undies on this blog. What in the devil's name is borghese? And who taught you that red wine is served chilled? Shouldn't it be room temperature?

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  22. Mashed cassava meal with lots of veggies & folded animal skin with a cup of chilled water *in Mrs. Romas' voice*
    Na fufu with efo riro & ponmo toka *in my voice* #winks kwakwaakwaaa. Now I'm strong enough to go & cast my vote... Brb


    ... Jesus is my worth

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    1. No b only folded animal skin

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    2. Dun go.... Gimme mine own face.

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    3. Oya take am, e dey troway nah, hold d plate well, see as you dey hold plate, you be villager, oh, I totally forgot, YOU ARE! Kwakwaakwaaa hope say you don repair your roof?


      ... Jesus is my worth!

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  23. Just finished eating okro pepper soup.... I am tired of food, just eating for eating sake

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  24. I will have my breakfast on this postπŸ˜‚

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  25. Spaghetti and shrimps loading... Later hanging out with friends..

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  26. Hmmm...still tinkin..

    @ideato,queen n boss,whiteberry,villager,emjay,portable viv,chi exotic, olori,to mention BT few..question for u pple..."me za Ku chi?


    As for me,...going for beans and potatoes and willbstep it down with fura DE nunu all d way from KATSINA,kusada local govt



    Mc pinky

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    1. I speek n hondastand only engleash n I speek it fluentenly.

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    2. Lol queen what's dat thing you wrote?

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  27. Bread,with old blue band butter with a cup of tea

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  28. Just in Pls who knows any iyke yellow pawpaw... Mistakenly deleted him from my bbm last night... He stays in Abuja and fair

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    1. Dey praise yourself.

      Mumu man.



      Your mate wen yellow dey use their yellowness do better thing...siddon for blog deyy find your "prey"


      Man wen no get shame





      @Galore

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  29. Am still thinking wat to take for breakfast, confuse... The weather is so hot I wouldn't have mind tea and bread

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  30. Bread... Toasted.
    Chocolate... Hot.

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  31. Just so lazy today..... I'll be eating out with my girls later today.

    They'll be taking me to somewhere in lekki. Dunno yet

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  32. Had oats with my daughter, hubby doesn't take breakfast

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  33. Will eat fried abacha with ugba and those tiny garden eggs and roasted shrimps and of cos lots of onions. Remember to use fresh palm oil.
    #042babe.

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    1. Look for palm wine join am.

      Xhlrted P

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  34. Its coffee o,making my dodo special soon ie frying egg,sardine,ugu and diced ripe plantain together

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  35. No breakfast for me. Fasting ti take over

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  36. Leftover pizza.. Couldn't finish it last night had to heat it up and eat for breakfast.

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  37. As usual, toast with tomato omelette and a warm mug of Horlicks..now I want to sleep!

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  38. Stella darling nothing do you, take small hold body. Just here drinking tea and bread under this heat mtcheew

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  39. Had breakfast at work now, bread and tea!

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  40. Just had custard and moinmoin πŸ˜‹πŸ‘…

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  41. Only vita milk this morning. No food😯

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  42. Breakfast for me is over and I am looking forward for lunch with hot joll of rice and chilled coke.

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  43. Stella it is Dis your constant mentioning of her name that makes her be saying what she didn't eat

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    1. Amebo, Na yimu Stella dey do am nau. Let her keep making fool of herself with long epistle on top breakfast. Mschweee

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    2. If Stella is doing her yimu how is that your biz. Let the woman be because she's not complaining of eating leftovers that is why you guys are sad. Everyone can belong to your class.

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  44. I ate pepperish concontion rice with boiled egg and mortuary chilled water.

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  45. Fried plantain with fish sauce and Green tea...

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  46. I remember dos days in ma fathers house every Saturday..that's how I n older sis will wake up very early n chop bread to use n hold belle b4 every other person go wake...time to work,we go work like say our life 'dependent' on it ! Mumsy go praise us tire,popsy go say we r trully his daughters kikiki ..all this,not DAT we av eaten secretly. Meanwhile other younger siblings go work dey squeeze face hehehehehe

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  47. Left over jollof spaghetti and sprite. So tired cause I slept late, went for church cleaning and then market. Don't even know if I'll have the energy to cook this editan soup...a bit sad, when I got to the market, those selling croaker and catfish hadn't yet come, so I had to buy goatmeat *sighs*

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  48. Beans and plantain

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  49. 2 hot Scones and 2 hot Sausage rolls and a cup of Hot chocolate drink. Kitchen is undergoing cleaning. No cooking till night.

    The lil ones have gone for practice along with their lunch packs till evening.

    Waiting for home service for my hair. Gatz to look good jor.

    Xhlrted P

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    1. O si na o gini, biko?

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  50. I had beans and garri.... Thank God for that.

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  51. Breakfast was lemon and ginger tea. Followed with apple and cinnamon oat pancakes drizzled with honey. Lunch will probably be ogbono soup and oats swallow,

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  52. Having masa and vegetable soup with grilled chicken washing it down with a cup of Lipton.
    Care for some? If yes oya open ya mouth.
    KRIX where at thou? Come have breakfast with me.






    *grabs cucumber*

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  53. Crispy Fried yam and onion with garlic sauce.....down with a bottle of 7up....ate alone in my room without drama cos my twin girls were sleeping...lol

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  54. Had banana Yogurt this morning, rice and beans with Bajan Pepper sauce for lunch.
    Lagos/Bajan Chick

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  55. Lol. TOEFL is so freaking simple....the average Nigeria who went to a good school can pass it. It's just to test your fluency in English....I wrote it in 2009 sha, but don't worry darling u will pass

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