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Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Memorylane...



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  1. I know coconut candy I never heard of the rest

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    1. All of the above, infact I enjoyed my childhood in Lagos!

      Mummy Anthony-Clever

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    2. Good old days. Enjoyed all growing up. Then there was goody goody.

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    3. Lagosians Assemble!

      Baba dudu of life

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  2. Baba dudu also known as topiπŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

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  3. I like the coconut candy and Baba dudu but I don't really like sisi pelebe.

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  4. None of them was worth it. Peanuts made my childhood memory! I ate peanuts till my parents banned me from eating or going close to groundnuts cos I had pimples at every corner of my face, neck, chest,and back. Till tomorrow, anything nuts must be nutting in my mouth.

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  5. Na only coconut candy I know for there. I still spend my money on it till date 😍😍😍

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  6. Akara Ogbomosho
    Donkwa
    Kulikuli
    Cerelac baby food tied in small portions.

    Primary school memories...

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    1. In addition to all of the above oh, no wonder I'm battling teeth problems later in life...πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ

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  7. I know coconut Candy.. dudu

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  8. I love only the coconut candy. Others, I don't.

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  9. All of them ni o, mo je sege si won lara.

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  10. Baba dudu, and coconut candy.

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  11. Definitely coconut candy, funny thing is we used to call it coconut candle then in warri 🀣🀣🀣

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    1. I was waiting for someone to say this

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    2. I say make I nor talk am make e nor be say na Fidel worse passπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      I literally just know say na candy today. Na candle I know oπŸ˜‚

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    3. Lmao... When I see the pictures above, I say the name I no sabi am until I come see dis comment.. Lol.. Coconut candle indeed!! I follow o!!! Chai.... Childhood memories.. Abeg, who else carry Palm Kernel for pocket go school? Lol

      Ms K.

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  12. I ate all of them but the one i spent all my money on was ekpa sugar (sugar groundnut) and pito.

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    1. Pito aiye, ahhh
      Inside that their brown pot with block,condense nko ?
      Black currant drink inside sealed nylon

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  13. All of the above i really enjoyed during my childhood days.

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  14. Never lived in Lagos so I don't know any of them

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  15. I chop all o
    I remember how we used to call it coconut candle πŸ˜‚πŸ€¦‍♀️
    Goody goody
    Ojukwu finger
    Banana Chewing gum

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    1. That banana chewing gum, come be like swear at some point πŸ₯Ί

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  16. All of them o.. I still bought sisi Pelebe recently at Lagos island market.

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  17. I didn't enjoy any of these except for koff drops and banana chewing gum

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  18. We didn't care whether they were healthy or made in a neat environment.our own na to munch away#memories#

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    1. GOD of preventing cholera and typhoid na Him protect us 😁

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    2. GOD of preventing cholera and typhoid na Him protect us 😁

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  19. Cocunut candy I know, others na gobe.😎

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  20. Still bought coconut candy yesterday sef

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  21. Na Coconut candy 🀣 still saw it somewhere recently, I say Kai so they still make this . Aunty levels no lemme go buy πŸ˜”

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  22. Offio no Dey there,ice lolly,milo cubes

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  23. I love coconut candy and baba dudu

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  24. Hmm, Stella just took me back home, kokoro has its origin from my home town, Ibooro, Yewa North Local Government. The only link I have with Ibooro passed on in 2019. Hmm, nostalgia. Rest on baami.

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  25. Every every o....
    Oh, the good old days ...
    There used to be a woman selling them all ar our community school gate back then.

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  26. Whenever I travel to a new place I always try to eat some local candy. You can tell a lot about a place based on their candy🍬

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  27. Coconut Candy & Kokoro Abeokuta

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  28. All of them. Am still eating kokoro Abeokuta till date

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  29. Baba dudu. I still see it on IG

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  30. chai!!!! I so much loved sisi pelebe and baba dudu..

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