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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Eating Eba With Cutlery VERSUS Using Hands.

What do you think about using hands to eat Eba and Soup (of choice)?




Well,dont bash me but i agree with her..You can never catch me using hand to eat Any food at all...LOL.
You are free to disagree but state your reasons why you think i am wrong.
I dont have any reason apart from the fact that i hate to see my hand all messed up with food and then the smell never goes away...
LOL


237 comments:

  1. Stella HUG DICK... When yu use yur hand to eat, there's contentment.. πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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    1. I only use spoon when i fix nails but now i ve learnt to scoop the swallow without getting it inbetween my nails. Who cutlery epp?

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    2. I can never use cutlery to eat EBA or swallow, its a big NO!. Na hand sweet pass, if you use a flavoured handwash the smell will comot Stella.
      I even dunk bread in beverage and a shame my kids have taken after it.

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    3. Nothing is as sweet as using your hand to eat swallows especially amala and ewedu!

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    4. I use to be like you stella,infact they me oyinbo. All that changed after I had my baby and she turned 6months,i offer her fufu and it's likes and I use my hand but d catch is my fingers do most of d work coz I still try to spare my palm from being messy!!

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    5. Stella, before you go Germany wetin you take dey eat eba?

      I rarely eat swallow but when I want to eat it, I use my hand

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    6. The swallow I eat are amala, wheat and occasionally pounded yam.

      I eat them im the comfort of my house.

      I ate amala on Christmas day in a partu with cutlery I swear, I didn't enjoy it.

      I also don't use separate plates to eat swallow. My soup and

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    7. This Ola guy.. Ure a disgrace to men

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    8. With hands, that was how I was taught, even if I have to dine with the Queen tomorrow and there is swallow, na hand go sure pass, call me bush, razz oh na you go tire.fork can ne clumsy sef

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    9. No mind stella and the omolara. I wonder what then two of you more use to clean una bombom.

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    10. Why dont oyinbos eat their chips and salsa with fork....

      There's a way you eat decently with your hands, not the way mist of our Yoruba's eat with the soup running down their hands and then they lick it all the way back up....lol

      Swallow is Nigerian native food and we were trained to eat it with our hands...the trick (the way my mama taught us) is to eat with your fingers, cutting each piece of eba just enough to swallow -no extra, you then mold into a tiny ball and take with soup

      Neat and decent!

      No soup on your hands, definitely no soup/oil soiling your eba

      #eyenAkwaIbom

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    11. Stella, do you eat sandwiches with a fork and knife?

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    12. Omolara omo ale jati jati...who cutlery epp...our forefathers didn't know what cutlery is, why try imitate the whites.

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    13. Cutlery. Can't be messing them nails.

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    14. @Swag lafresh, I do that hausa style till tomorrow. Soup on top swallow in one plate is bae.

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  2. Make I hear, my fresh hand all the way especially when it's sweet hot soup.

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    1. I tried using hands to chow my eba and weak egusi soup at an African Restaurant in Nothingham, only to hear "click click" by my right, one white kid taking pics of me eating, nobody tell me to carry fork n knife.

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    2. Atheist I go hear word. when I used to live in sheared flat, my oyibo housemate and his friend will eat my eba and egusi with hands. to think I will even put iru. My ppl una too form.

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    3. The pikin go take picsure tire nah, who send am

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    4. Hahahaha. That's white kids for you.

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  3. There's nothing as sweet as using your hand to eat EBA or any other swallow. Its satisfying and more convenient.

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    1. I no dey beleful when i use spoon sef

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    2. Miss aboki the great...hehehehe

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  4. Na hand sweet pass joor
    Anyday anytime anywhere

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    1. Me wen dey use hand chop rice especially inside small bowl talk less of swallow I use my hand die,

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  5. Enter your comment...abeg jare.. na hand I dey use.. I enjoy it more... omolara don't ever u say pple that use their hands to eat EBA lack home training. idiot!!!

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    1. Stella rest abeg. If I use spoon to eat any swallow,I no dey ever belleful.

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  6. It depends. In the comfort of my home, I can use my hands for swallows. Of course, unless I fix my nails then cutlery will be better. But if I'm out, depending on the vicinity and my mood. I use cutlery.

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  7. Some people can form unnecessarily
    Use fork to eat eba? Am I mad?
    Mtseeeew.

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    1. I tire, there's no joy in using cutlery nau. Haba!

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    2. Chi help me ask. Inukwa fork to eat eba mtchew. The contentment and satisfaction gotten from eating eba with your hands is outta did world mehn.

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    3. I tell u @chi exotic, people be forming anyhow. How will I get the real taste of the food? Abeg Stella na hand sure pass joor.

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    4. Hahhahahahhahha! Chi mine no be forming level o sha. I used to use my bare hands before till I got addicted to fixing of nails ooo

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    5. Ha, You're trying oh, Sandy
      I don't fix nails at all.
      I find it very uncomfortable.

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  8. stellaaaaa, there is nothing like eating eba with hands o, it is so nice , you will enjoy it to the fullest. chai. eba and ogbono dey hungry me now sef.

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  9. She no get sense at all! Its only when you use hand that you can enjoy d food well...so far you don't allow the soup drip on ur hand nor the Eba stick to your hand...

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  10. Pls what does giving birth in ones dream mean ooo!! Biko nu

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    1. it means nothing. don't let anyone scare you.

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    2. My dear people pls stop bringing wat u dreamt of to a faceless blog for people to interprete for you. Wateva anybody says abt ur drm u will begin to believe and it shall come to pass in ur life. Wen u wake up from a bad drm tk a minute or 2 to pray, and if it is a good drm thank God and praise him. Forget all dez interpretation dat ppl giv. Dz same ppl some of dem hav long since lost their connection with God but u want dem to interprete wat u saw in ur drm.

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    3. It could mean you are pregnant or will be soon..it could mean something else entirely. Well, what do I know?��
      Over to pastor BV's

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    4. Hmmmm.chachakarababo,Jah joh Elisha...holy micheal.holy moses.cacaspurokoko.lokolokobangose.hmmm.It means that your marine spirit haa entered another level..you no after marriage, the next level is childbearing, so this is another stage/level in the marine kingdom.very soon you go get grandpikin, that's the highest level.☺☺☺.Go for strong deliverance dear.would ve asked u to come to my church but I'm out of the country now cos I gat some international deliverance to do..


      Prophetess KidjoπŸ‘³πŸ‘³πŸ‘³

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    5. Lmao!kiddo you no well o

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  11. Who is dis one forming posh,use ur hand in eating eba nd she will enjoy u did.

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  12. My ancestors forbid that I eat afang soup with cutlery. That's my reason,apart from that I can't be caught eating any other food with my hands.

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  13. 1. I wheel nefa gate satifyed

    2. I wheel nefa efa henjoy the fud.

    wit dess few risens of mine, it is Hand four me, enitime eni day...

    #a'dews

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    1. You sabi am. I even use hand to eat indomie sometimes sef

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    2. You kuku de village...
      Hand sure pass

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    3. It depends on my mood ooo, I use hand to eat yam and egg, rice, swallow anything. Just any how they carry am come.

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  14. Hand sure pass! Oyibo wey make d aluminum and gbamgbam(zinc) sabi wetin b EBA???? Mumu dey worry u o! Abi u don c oyibo use knife and fork chop pizza? Be real! Be original! Be YOU

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    1. ...and is only in naija that people eat pizza with cutlery. .oops, I forgot, pizza is a new thing in naijaπŸ˜€ no offense.

      You needed to see my colleague forming posh with cutlery eating pizza, and she even had the temerity to use the pic as her dp, chai! Laugh no gree me.

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    2. Anonymous 15:39, chop knuckle. You're the best.

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    3. Abi ooo. Oyibo dey use two hands take eat chicken wings, fries, and wrap sandwiches. As for me na hand all the way

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    4. Oyinbo dey chop for road, with their hands. Nigerians will be forming what I don't know.

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    5. Some White people dey even drink tea for road
      Immediately they enter Mcdonald, their hotdog etc na road u go see dem dey eat ham nahhh
      In Nigeria just dey chew gum dey waka for road, na bad habit b dat
      Mchewww

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  15. Eat with which cutlery?? Unless am mad.

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  16. Why does she have to put "with no home training"? That's where she made a mistake.

    For me, I don't eat eba but when it comes to semo and amala, I use cutlery. I don't eat fufu too, it has a really nasty nauseating smell.
    Why I use cutlery is because I feel, it's nasty putting your hand from one plate to another but some people claim its sweeter using your hand to eat 'swallow'
    ..basically it depends on the individual, I would have included the occasion too but I know a lady who uses her hands to eat 'swallow' no matter the occasion and this has endeared her to many people. Some people would meet her after the occasion and tell her "I like the way you weren't forming while eating" and I'm usually like who says eating with cutlery is forming??... Well, I guess different strokes for different folks.

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    1. Shut up with your over sabi grammar

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    2. Which kan question be this..infact I pull my dress(naked mood), sit on ordinary ground , spread my legs apart and use my hand whenever I wanna devour hot okra soup with eba.You all need to see me when I'm in my okra eating business.it's a great sight to beholdπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†.Stella I go send you pics for your eyes only very soon.

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  17. Lol aunty Stella it is bcos of the abroad that you is nau,so u are adapting to ur environment or continent lolzzz...as for me wash my hand on the water ND mould d eba ND dip it into d soup straight into my mouth dats d right way lol...eating eba with fork is like eating banana or licking orange with the kanda(lolzz all Na pidgin)still intact,HOW YOU WAN TAKE ENJOY AM???

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    1. Stop the Aunty Stella ish already

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    2. Aunty Stella kor uncle Korkus ni. Na your mama sister?

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    3. Stop calling Stella 'aunty' you no dey hear? Or you just want to be noticed?

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    4. This minute mummy the next Aunty. Please stop calling her Aunty. Call her SDK as the respectful boy that you is.

      I hate the word "Aunty". Stella does not like it too.

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    5. Swag la fresh Av heard you nd tnx

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    6. I guess you were the person asking question on how to be noticed... Congratulations...aunty Stella ko aunty Stella ni

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  18. except im using my PC i use my hand anytime anyday.

    how do you expect me to do justice to all those accessories inside the vegatable?

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  19. I dont like when people disrespect food.

    Yes, it's disrepectful to eat pounded yam with fork. Stop being disrespectful to food!

    It's a local dish, let the imported dishes come with the imported cutlery and let the local dish come with the God-made cutlery.

    Stick to pasta if you love the fork so much.

    It's the same pain I feel when people add carrot and peas to jollof rice, it's annoying. Can't I just have it plain with the Smokey smell?

    Mcheeew...I don dey vibrate.

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    1. Lol! You have spoken well. Does Stella also eat bread and soup with cutlery? You need your fingers/hands for some foods and African foods need hands,

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    2. Put some respek to our African foods..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  20. See Stella, there is something inexplicable when you use that precious hands to download ur Eba with your hand, as far as it's not artificial or dirty, I will eat leaf rice with my hand till tomorrow, even if I spend 1million years for yanky, there is a feeling attached mehhhh.

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  21. I use hand to eat eba. Watin concern me

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  22. So stella when u dey nija u dey use fork and knife eat eba. Issorit. Lemme catch my self using cutlery. Hand all the way mehnnn.

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  23. besides you'll hardly catch me eating Eba.

    Amala, wheat, semo or poundo is what i eat if I'm to eat swallow.

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  24. Sincerely I eat my swallow with a spoon cos most times am busy with work nd enough paper work even while I eat nd also a cutlery aids me in having a spoonful soup with d 'okele'.. Also d hotness of the 'soup nd okele' hurt my fingers so I opt out for cutlery... But I don't agree with her.. Wich 1 is pple who eat with hands hve no home training.. I mean dats d proper way of eating swallow ooo..

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    1. The hotness of the soup hurt your finger? Ajeburrer things

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  25. I use hand to eat eba. Watin concern me

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  26. Why I go use spoon eat eba? Hand they pain me?

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  27. Oh...in addition.

    Call it hygiene or etiquette to use fork for swallow and I might not have that much of a problem but to say it's a lack of home training?

    Babes, you just wanted to trend for saying that, now you have, enjoy your 2 mins fame.

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  28. Omolara this statement showed clearly that you were not properly trained.

    I will forever eat my eba with my hand.

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  29. she is the one without home training.
    I will use my hand because it is an African dish.

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  30. when im out in public,i always observe table manners.so i wont be caught using my hand for Eba..

    but when im home,i wash my hands well;mould the Eba very well to my satisafction,throw it up and catch it again,then dip into the soup and swallow..Thats why i enjoy eating Eba at home!! and ooohhh,i prefer Fufu to Eba..

    About the smell after using your hands to eat,any good detergent can do that for you..but i always prefer eating before taking my bath;cos no matter how strong the "smell" of the fufu/Eba is,it will surely go off after using a good soap to bath

    Thank you!!

    @MARTINS ABOY

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    1. @Martins, for health wise, I read it's good to take your bath before eating




      *Larry was here*

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    2. Table manners ko, lol. Even in public pizza, burrito etc, are no respecter of cutlery.

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    3. Lmao @throwing it up and catching it. I do that when i am eating fufu, mould it very well to a cylindrical shape, hold it with my left hand and be cutting small small with my right hand. My.mama go dey eye me.

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    4. Na wah oga martins. why the outdoor forming nah?

      you mean you will bath your entire body just to get rid of smell of fufu from your hands???what happened to hand wash?
      πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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    5. Martins how is using your hand to eat eba in public lack of table manners?

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  31. As much as I use fork while out of my home and my hands while at home I do not see any reason why she will say the pple using their hands lack home training! Gosh

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  32. What does home training has to do with what's up there. If you are exposed to westernization, continue with your fork. Keep adopting western cultures. "The fact remains I enjoyed my swallow when eaten with my hands than rubbish fork. Nonsense
    #SmartMarketer

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    1. I like the Hausa man for one thing. He doesn't allow "civilization","exposure" and "education" compromise his culture. Let me re-phrase the question for that Omalara kid up there: why the heck should any sane person use fork to eat a purely African dish like eba? Eba is our traditional food, and it is best enjoyed when eaten with the hand. I have never eaten "swallow" with a fork, and NEVER will!

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  34. Well,not like I agree with her but I have been using spoon or fork for a very long time now to eat my swallow and damn used to it just because I am always on nails.

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    1. We don hear you. Oya, you all should line behind Stella comment. Ass lickers.

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    2. Candy idiot. Is your name yumyum ? Foolish fool.

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  36. Well I don't eat Eba,fufu etc with cutlery. I prefer to used my hands because that is what am comfortable with, sometimes when am in the midst of clients, I used them but am never comfortable and for that reason I end up leaving the food just taking a little, I am not always happy anytime it occurs.
    As for the idiot that said you must eat with fork,i know it is a stunt to gain attention, anything for attention Ratass

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  37. Stella korkus so you never used hand in eating eba even during your stay in 9ja. We hear.

    It's not about proper home training it's part of our tradition as a country and I see nothing wrong with it. Even the whites when they come over to visit sometimes they bring themselves to using their hand just to feel at home. Both ways I see nothing wrong it all lies in the world you find yourself.

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  38. Hand sure pass.
    Babe should keep forming.
    I can only use cutlery if am eating out.
    The smell goes away if u use hand wash.

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  39. Using ur hand is sweeter any day anytime

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  40. She must be out of her mind for saying that. She's trying to sound tush girl on SM, I'm very sure all her family still uses their hands to eat, does that me they all lack home training in her house? I hate this kind of Adeko dere people




    *Larry was here*

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  41. I prefer to eat it with my hands even in public.
    I guess it feels natural and tastes sweeter...
    Hehehehe!!!

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  42. i prefer hand...so that girl wey think say na lack of home training she wise pass people wey dhey use hand abi....

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    1. I prefer cutlery,but not that I don't use hands,but I like my Eba with cutlery.

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  43. Ibile united... No hand sure pass

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  44. "One mans meat another mans poison".

    I went to a boarding school and we always ate with fork & knife.I went home on holiday and as we were about eating i picked up cutlery to eat eba and my dad said "you are not in school pls drop that".

    Na so i drop cutlery wash hands and thats how i enjoy eating eba.Take me to 5 star or 17 star restaurant, i look for nearest spot to wash my hands except my host begs me not to fall hands.

    Call me whatever you like, "Onye na nke ya"(to each man his own).

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  45. People who eat Eba with cutlery, biko explain how e dey sweet una, Ayam not understanding

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  46. Only 'fuck'? I tot twas 'fuck',n spoon!

    I will use my hands Except I have manicured nails.

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    1. *Side eyes* at Blackberry, Xavier thicc asked me for ur home address, shld i give?

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  47. The satisfaction that comes with eating swallows with one's hand is indescribable. In public, I use a fork but at home, no way.

    People eat burgers, meat pie, chicken/chips/ chicken with their bare hands and will be forming I can't use my hand to eat eba, #yinmu#.

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  48. Stella suffry you hear. 'konk' naija born forming what i dont know.
    Even as a kid/teenager you never used hands to eat 'swallow' right? You'v always used 'feck'! I hear you miss Germany.
    Instead of saying in the abroad changed you,you are saying you can never catch me......naso! My dear blog author.

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    1. My sister...Have you read the comments and see how everybody suddenly uses "Forklery"?
      Asslickers ehnnnn...

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    2. How many years she don use for abroad ? Those when dey born for abroad self dey use hand so kini big deal.

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    3. Lmao...Shantelle I like you..
      Let her be forming what I don't know...abegiiii

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  49. Some delicacies are not to be eaten with cutlery whether you accept it or not. We are Africans and most of our delicacies are traditional ones. I can't even imagine myself eating fufu with fork kai! I tried eating amala with fork at a wedding and I regretted choosing amala. Eating traditional dishes isn't a way of displaying how mannered and decent you are abeg.
    Stella so you dey chop starch with fork? Oshe mami!

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  50. The last time I checked, every country and continents has their culture and some traditions.

    Eating eba, amala, akpu, starch and whatever delicious soup you decided to eat it with with fork (cutlery) is an insult to the people and place where the food is originated from!

    I watch a lot of Anthony Bourdaen and Andrew Zimmern, I see them visiting trying different foods and most times, they had to abide by the rules of the people(following the table manners).

    There are different ways to eat different food in different places.
    I hate it when I see people eat amala and soup with forks, worse is them eating starch with cutlery.

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  51. All of una forming porshe all of a sudden cos y'all don start to dey see small money....i laugh una ooo kwakwakwakwa

    Fufu and Eba should be respected! They are traditional food and should be eaten with respect mbok lol. Home training has got nothing to do with it

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  52. Stella, what happened to scented liquid hand wash? Even Morning Fresh can do the trick -__-
    As far as I am concerned, Fufu is the only staple food that leaves that nasty after-consumption smell if you do not wash your hands properly.

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    1. The fresh one doesnt smell bad sef. I know this from my days of working in a restaurant. It has a very nice smell

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    2. Fufu no send you and your well-scented hand wash even if you emptied a whole bottle of it to wash your hands after eating. That shitty smell never goes away, it clings unto your palms like a leech till morning. I don't do handshakes anytime I eat Fufu, I go just dey smile like fool.

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    3. Miss Aboki you were a waitress before?
      Ikwakwakwa.
      All your sins are forgiven. Ehen I for say

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    4. O yes anon 17:37. So you couldnt decode that as an end time decoder that you is? Aturu hausa.

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  53. Omolara what has eating amala with hands got to do with home training? Ooh....slave mentality.
    The length you lots will go to get attention on sm.

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    1. Chop kiss for DAT comment joor..

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  54. I'm with you Stella on this one, it jusy irritates me. Hubby don shout for me taya but I no gree, I cant use my hands and touch food just like that. Its even worse some people have long finger nails and they'll be diging them on fufu.

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  55. Stella abeg stop that rough play! So you mean to tell me you were using cutlery for swallow when you were in Naija? Abeg this is not even up for discussion sef..

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  56. Na hand sure pass
    There's just something about using your hands to eat
    In my final year in school, my friend lured me to stay using my hands to eat indomie
    E make sense die
    I Think it brings me more satisfaction than when I orgasm
    πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ

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  57. I just finished a bowl of garri and mixed okro with a spoon!! I love it piping hot and only a spoon will do!

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    1. Fufu forming buttie'

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  58. What? I enjoy it more when I eat Semo,fufu or anything swallow with my hand. What do I need a fork for?

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  59. wtf..... lemme catch myself eating with fork.. except na official , infact noting like official.... #HAND SURE N MAKE SENCE PASS.#





    u need to try it..

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  60. I hope you dont eat fish too cos your mouth will smell??


    I use my hands to enjoy swallow! Cos of that i dont fix my nails.
    What is fork when i'm eating my precious pounded yam with white /groundnut soup? Wont feel the sweetness of the food,so whats the essence of eating it? Biko yolo!
    If your hand smell,use morng fre..!!

    Okbye#

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  61. i love eating swallow with my fingers, it always feels natural. but that is when i am at home tho

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  62. Stella you mean even while growing up you didn't use your hand to eat swallow? I hear you.
    I eat eba and amala with my hand and lick the soup well well, after all, na finger licking soup not fork licking.

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  63. if you ever catch me eating swallows with fork ,forget it i m not hungry just helping you to eat your meat or fish. I have been out of the country severally , i have attended word class seminars ,conferences within nigeria and outside ,the highest i can do to avoid scrutiny is to eat other meals apart from swallows but should i choose to ignore which i often do , i will use my hands . No apologies

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    1. You're so right! I hardly eat amala, pounded yam or fufu, but when I do, I eat it with my hand.
      I have to soften the food with my fingers and also see if there's seed, the smallest seed I find in my amala, will make me leave the food.

      I can never imagine myself eating swallow with cutlery. Even white people eat amala or pounded yam with their hands (my husband included).

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    2. Your head dey there.

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  64. U won't catch me using fork to eat any swallow public or @ home,call me bush mehn I love it.thing is I won't enjoy the food,not forgetting its a cultural thing.she is speaking plenty English jur

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  65. Using my hand to eat swallow is the truth.

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  66. Na lie ooo
    Na hand be the koko....
    So that the food will relax well inside your stomach. Lol

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  67. All the fufu in the house now go start to dey form foreign. They are yet to even see the Eba o bit start taking about fork and knife.

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  68. Stella, how do eat burger?

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  69. Girl you didn't have to put that line about home training, because it doesn't have anything to do with it.

    In some parts of India, they use hand to eat rice, some don't even care if they are in public...so I don't think is lack of home training. I mean that's what one is comfortable with.

    Hand all the way because is easy, except nail is involved.

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  70. Hello everyone,
    First time here ��

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  71. For wetin na?..na who cutlery epp?..eating EBA or any swallow with hand is d real deal.na forming..

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  72. I live abroad and I initially taught my kids to eat Nigerian food with cutlery, but I have changed that habit. As a rule, they must now use their hands for swallow (started last summer) and when I finish cooking soup, I allow them lick the pot. Hehehe, it gives me that satisfaction of 'my mama food sweet'. And please note, I grew up in a home where we didn't struggle for anything

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  73. When I told my mom about this tweet, she said the girl should tell her parents they lack home training πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, that she's not sure they use fork to eat Swallow and they didn't teach them that whilst they were growing up

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  74. It depends on my mood but most times i use cutlery
    It's been over a year I used my hand to eat swallow
    It's not about forming...I just find using a fork more convenient
    But how can one use hand when the eba and soup is in the same plate?,, the food would get really messy
    If I must use hand then the eba and soup must be in separate plates
    Attending a boarding school made me form the habit of using a fork to eat swallow

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    1. Jee nolu ana...take several seatssssss

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    2. Messy indeed, to cut eba and pack with soup is too hard shey? Pele tie.

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    3. Anony iwe ewena gi
      I'm lazy when it comes to eating swallow...fork makes it easier
      Like i said before...oburo forming but habit

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  75. D food just looses it's taste..to me thougg

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  76. I went for a conference and during lunch i was eating my eba with fork and knife only for me to notice a Canadian sitting opposite me using his hands to eat Amala........ Shame nearly kill me that day, in short since that day hand all the way no matter where and with whom.

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  77. Stella am sure u eat pizza πŸ•, do u eat pizza πŸ• with fork n knife ... ana asiyeli

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  78. Stella am sure u eat pizza πŸ•, do u eat pizza πŸ• with fork n knife ... ana asiyeli‼️

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  79. Pizza,burger and all others i use cutlery ooooooooh..make una no vexs but na so e be...is there really need to throw insults cos of this minor post that should make us all laugh?

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    1. Stella, you use burglary for Burger,for chips and chicken etc? We hear you!!

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    2. Stella, haaaaaaaaaaaaa using cutlery to eat burger. E don finish, you no need to talk again. What about bread with eat, you will surely use fork too.




      *Larry was here*

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    3. Lol...we don't find it funny o, put some respek on our african dishes.

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    4. How would you eat starch and owo then?

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    5. Ewooo! Cutlery to eat burger? Stella you are disrespecting food mennn! Do you use fork and knife to take pap or custard too? Since everything with you must be 'cutlerized' Hehehe

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  80. i eat eba once in six months or even more now and that is if i find a Nigerian restaurant that i like their food,so its easier to eat with cutlery when you are out...maybe this explanation is better?LMAO

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    1. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh...Mrs Korkus, what an abomination, so the Korkus kids do not eat african swallow??? Ahhhhhh, this is the height!
      LMAO

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    2. I'm sure you miss that Nigerian 'han feeling' as oyinbo don sell dem lifestyle give us finish.. lemme happily guard what remains of our fathers culture. Its hand for me anyday ma

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    3. When u dey naija, u nor use hand chop eba?

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    4. Haba Stella! If you don't like using your hands to structure and re-arrange the bollus the way it will make sense in your stomach, na you know but please allow the korkus kids to do art work with their hands on swallow biko. Heheheh

      Cutlery with swallow bawo?

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  81. If she can use fork or spoon to eat starch then i will know something is not wrong with her.

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  82. Eba is our LOCAL food...our ancestors didn't eat with fork & knife. Na una type dey use cutleries chop sandwich, be forming ajebo motorpark

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  83. Stella eating with hand is the correct way. Even foreigners like to eat our delicacies with their hands. Well every Mallam with him own kettle.

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  84. Wait, How can you even eat swallow with Cutleries as an Ibo person? Igbos that have countless number of soups abi???? Can you eat "Achara" or "Apurapu Elele" with a spoon? Imagine eating "Ogbono" with a fork. or na "Isam" in a black soup(that one where you have to suck the periwinkles when eating) you will eat with kettle spoon? That simply means soups no be your thing.

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  85. EBA AND FUFU IS NATIVE TO WEST AFRICA.EVERY MEAL HAS AN ORIGIN AND IT HAS ALWAYD BEEN EATEN WITH HANDS. THE WESTERNERS USE HANDS TO EAT THIER BURGER AND FRIES. WHY DON'T THEY USE CUTLERY FOR THEIR SANDWICH? AHA!!! IT IS BECAUSE, THEY ARE MORE COMFORTABLE WITH THE HANDS. I USED TO THINK LIKE SO MANY PEOPLE HERE UNTIL I UNPLUGGED MYSELF FROM THE BANDWAGON MENTALITY. I EVEN EAT EBA WITH HANDS. I DO IT DELIBERATELY. WHY SHOULD I BE ASHAMED OF MY CULTURE?

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  86. What has home training got to do with using your clean bare hands to eat a sumptuous meal before you? This Omolara gey no just serious!

    I can only use spoon to eat gbegiri and ewedu at a party cos I just want to hurry up and leave but in my house, I MUST use my clean bare hand to enjoy my food abeg.

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  87. Really!!! Do you use a fork to eat french fries too.RME

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  88. Stella don't mind the Omolara na ako ka onye egbuwara isi.
    No be her fault oyibo give am cutlery nd twitter so she can form pass the first Queen of England while yarning apata.
    Since she don forget her origin make she yarn wetin her ancestor take chop ewedu and amala..
    Else you are where u dont want ur hand to smell of soup then u may use cutlery apart from that na hand all the way joor.

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  89. anon 7:46..i ate starch last in 1999 a year before my mum passed,havent eaten it since then cos i dont really like it...i have never eaten owo before..never even seen it sef..dont even know if i will like it since i hear they put potash inside it and i hate that thing.

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  90. its nothing to do with culture or whatever..i just hate that feeling when food touches my hand..hate it!..lol

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  91. LMAOOOOO...ITS BEEN LONG I LAUGHED LIKE THIS ......ah ah..comments cracking me up big time.

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  92. Na hand sweet pass jor

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