We all cope with breakfast differently. Some people find God and become more prayerful, while others start to stress-eat. We’re all for dealing with it in the way you can, and food will never break your heart. So, here’s a list of foods you can eat after they serve you breakfast.


Think about it: you’ll buy beans (in this economy), soak it, peel it, and you’ll still not be halfway through the whole process of making it. By the time you’re done, the breakfast they served you will be the last thing on your mind. Stress eating, you say?

After They Serve You Breakfast

Ice cream

You want something cold and sweet to calm you down as you remember the old times when your mumu was too much.

After They Serve You Breakfast

Cold beans

We told you not to catch feelings but you didn’t listen, and now you’re eating cold beans at 2 a.m. because you’ve used all your energy to cry. Keep eating, dear. There’s light at the end of the tunnel.

After They Serve You Breakfast

Strong Ponmo

Take out all your anger by chomping on a few pieces of strong ponmo and you’ll be feeling better in no time. This could even pass as working out.

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If you think you still want to fight for your love, you’ll need energy. That’s why you should buy fufu and eat — cold fufu to be precise. You’ll likely fall asleep but when you wake up, you’ll be waking up with renewed energy ready to fight for your love.

eat After They Serve You Breakfast

Your feelings

Yes, you’ve been served breakfast my dear, and they’re not coming back. Now is the time for wickedness. Eat your feelings and swallow them. You’ll need to work on yourself and get back to the streets.

eat your feelings After They Serve You Breakfast

Jollof rice and chicken

This one is for when you’ve gotten over the breakfast and are now looking to properly enter the streets. You need to be very well-fed because you need the energy to withstand all the shege you’re about to see.

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