Was he the one eating?Check What happened to this man after taking in this food
In Africa, just as there are many different types of culture and tradition, there are many different types of meals and delicacies, and in this essay, we’ll look at what happened when a man finished eating a meal that he had just finished cooking.
The plot starts…
“Recently, a Facebook user shared pictures of odd food a guy was consuming on her timeline.”
“In her words, she said: ” Your favourite chef Papiwater is back with some cheeky new recipes and waterfront presentations. “
“Don’t be shy, don’t hesitate to join him. It is the food that women love so much. “
She added the hashtag FishermanSoupwhereGoHarvardWithGarri Chef @ Baptist Restaurant God Bless Akwa Ibom ” The soup was made from so many strange aquatic animals.
The funny thing that caught people’s attention was that after eating the preparation, he was seen sleeping on a chair.
He couldn’t bring himself to his bedroom because the food was too sweet; call him husband material, and you’re not wrong.
How many Ghanaian men are capable of preparing what this young man has just done?
Meanwhile, after it was shared on Facebook, it has gotten a lot of attention. Some people laughed at him, while some cautioned him of the foods he was consuming.
Aquatic animals such as tuna, prawns, and crayfish are used in the meal, and it is said that these creatures are high in protein.
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