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Friday, May 14, 2021

Fruit Seller Spotted Peeling His Ashy Feet With Fruit Knife

 Phots were cropped from a trending instragam video.....

Gosh, this is mega irritating!









47 comments:

  1. Yuck 🤢🤢 you see those already peeled fruits ones? I don't and will never purchase them! I buy whole ones to avoid stories like this! I peel and refrigerate when I get home! So irritating 🤢🤢

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    1. Exactly...I don't even buy peeled oranges. These abokis are very dirty.

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    2. Yea same with me, last time i bought I purged still i became weak..

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    3. Me too. I buy whole,if I don't have money for it...I better respect myself till when I have.

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    4. I shudder seeing people buy already peeled pawpaw, watermelon, pineapple, oranges & more. What stop u from taking them home & peel yourself.?

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    5. 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮 still used the same knife to cut fruits....

      Annoyingly, he will be forming ignorance of his actions...

      Ask him, he would be blabbing... You, me no know...

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  2. Ok... I'm done buying from them. Good morning everyone!

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  3. Ice cream men use that their scissors to shave pubic hair too, na God de save person for this dirty country

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    1. say what?

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    2. What????? 😱😱😱😱😱😱

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    3. 🙄🙄 anyways, I don't buy cut cut ice cream, for what nau? And I'm not even a fan of already peeled/cut fruits

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  4. All this fruit sellers self.

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  5. Can you imagine? This is uncalled for. Only God is protecting human being.

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  6. This is why I stopped buying fruits in bit a long time ago.
    I either buy the whole fruit and go wash and cut in my house or keep it moving.

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  7. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  8. Eat already cut watermelon or peeled orange by these aboki fruit sellers at your own peril

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  9. Ewwwww.

    That's why I don't allow fruit sellers cut my fruits, I buy a whole watermelon, pineapple and I cut oranges myself @ home.

    Disgusting!.

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  10. I pity those who go for those sliced fruits . Please if you must eat fruit save money and once in a while go for the full fruit. You only need to see where these people wash the fruits.

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    1. Lami you can say that again! I remember a long time ago when my mother was still alive we went to karimo market to buy food stuffs. I left the house without eating, I was so hungry I bought peeled pineapple from one aboki. Hmmmmm I purged eeh! I purged so bad that I was wondering what I ate! I was admitted for food poisoning. Since then OYO! I buy my fruits whole and cut by myself!

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    2. Why is that they use all these to refer Hausa people??
      I need to see a Posh Hausa person that has good sense of reasoning to prove me wrong that all of them are not the same.Even the ones around are not convincing.

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  11. Have I never bought any peeled fruit from this Aboki. Unless, I buy it, take it home, and give it a good wash. I see people buy already cut, water melon from them and I'm like God4bid. The worst I can't buy is sugarcane. This people irritate the hell out of me

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  12. I remember the last one video where the aboki was washing fruits inside the gutter.The other day I mentioned not buying from dates from abokis in wheelbarrows. Some people were foaming gnashing their teeth.

    I also don't buy suya.

    I stopped buying suya on 2007 when I saw the aboki suya seller pee by the side of the road and go back to cutting his meat.

    If you must buy anything from them, soak it in hot water and/or vinegar.

    The one that freaks me out is people who buy and pop directly in their mouth?????

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  13. This is Disgusting!!!

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  14. I don't buy fruits from aboki

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  15. I don't buy fruits from aboki.
    Some are very dirty and irritating

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  16. All those who cut okro and ugu at the market are in the same WhatsApp group with the ones who eat roadside peeled fruits.

    Let me wait for the comments of those who abused me when I said it's wrong to buy them or cut vegetables outside their homes.
    Haha.

    I love this post.

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    1. I stopped cutting vegetables in the market last year. They cut all the thrash leaves supposed to be discarded with it.
      I stopped blending melon too since the day I saw a full earring in the egusi I took home to blend. Would have blended it with my egusi if I had done it in the market.
      Mehn, too many things going on with the food we eat.
      Makes me wonder about all the restaurant (even the so called fancy) meals we consume.

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  17. Nawa o
    People eh
    Is only God protects us o
    This is even the one we've been able to see, what about the ones we don't know about??����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️
    Oh God please protect us, keep our immune system strong against things like this.

    Shea now, an innocent somebori will go and buy those fruits, and the he/she will use that knife to cut the fruit.
    Hmmmmm
    Is well.

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  18. Na God go save us from this people. I buy and wash with salt and water.

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  19. This is one of the reasons I buy fruits in whole, so many disgusting things they do but not limited to abokis alone.

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  20. Very disgusting set of human beings! Buying sliced fruits, suya or any food that involved them using their bear hands, is buying sicknesses and diseases. Those people are filthy and hardly have a bathe.

    Instead buy the whole fruit, give it a thorough wash and eat to your fill.
    If you must buy suya, let it be very hot.

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    1. Lolll you don spoil them finish.
      Anybody that knows me too as a child knows that I will rather go hungry than eating out in a dirty environment.
      If you don't care about cleanliness ,allow me do it by myself.

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  21. God have mercy on us..this one has spoil market for really neat friut sellers,i wash my empty bolte water cain very well b4 feeling them with palmwine.

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    1. That's another thing I can never do. Buy drink from reused bottles . Una go pick bottles or accept bottles from dustbins, rinse am with water, and reuse.
      No be me or any member of my family you go kill. 🚶‍♀️

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    2. I do buy empty bolties,i dnt pick bolties in dustbin or roadside,but u can new 5litres or 2litres if u dnt wnt used water bolties

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  22. It is not only Abokis including road side food sellers.
    Few weeks ago,I saw one that carried sliced paw paw and left it uncovered.
    Come and see how flies were parading on it.I was waiting for him to get close to tell him to cover it because someone will buy it not knowing,I didn't know when he left.
    Reason why I don't eat out.Let's be watchful and careful.
    Prevention is better than cure.


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    1. Yea the flies, mosquitoes will will finish laying eggs and dropping whatever is on their bodies from the suck aways and rubbish heaps that have been at.
      Imagine educated people will dive and buy and much happily.

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  23. Ngwanu, ndi woke generation of lazy people that wouldn't cook their own food, those that'd have these peeps that rarely baths to peel and cut open their fruits, ndi madam abeg cut the okra/ugu for me naw. Shey you people are seeing it? This right here is one of the side effects of trusting people with what you eat.

    Even at home, some evil helps will intentionally cook the foods their bosses and kids eats with dirty water, urine and any other disgusting thing one can imagine just to get back at their employees for whatever thing did to them. Y'all continue.

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    1. You don't even need to offend wicked evil people

      E dey their body

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    2. No bi small cut ugu for me.
      Any thing I buy from the market, I take it home use water and salt wash it properly before slicing .
      I'm not that lazy to be careless with what I eat.

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  24. Everything we eat in Nigeria is dirty. Even all those garri, elubo, cray fish, beans they pour them on the floor. You see flies hovering around the meat in the market.
    Our level of hygiene is too poor especially with edibles.

    How we will not have typhoid??

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    1. You are right, didn't realize till I moved to the US. In 10years I've seen rat only once. I have seen cockroach a few times and they're always weak and unable to run unlike Naija cockroach. In 10yrs I haven't had a need for antibiotics. Also haven't had candidiasis or diarrhea.

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  25. Pls what fruit is that in the wheelbarrow? Coconut?

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