Since Nigerian Jollof is the only Jollof Rice that really counts and if you love Nigerian Jollof rice, this post is dedicated to you.
If not, I don’t know, go to another post.
Do you love fried rice? Yes? Please tell me more about how you don’t know what true happiness feels like.
1. It is true happiness.
Rare picture of happiness being created pic.twitter.com/E9hi61eeOE
— Peppered Gizzard (@Timehin_) July 19, 2015
2. Missing out on Jollof rice is devastating.
When you and your guys get to the party and they tell you jollof rice has finished but Eba is still available pic.twitter.com/WbQD3UJART
— Mr. Bushido (@Layken_Odabo) July 28, 2015
3. Eating it literally gives you butterflies in your stomach.
After eating delicious Nigeria Jollof rice. pic.twitter.com/wKUE0eljhk
— ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ (@chuuzzy) July 26, 2015
4. Jollof rice is a confirmed aphrodisiac.
when bae makes fire jollof rice pic.twitter.com/FkzLLXlNIM
— gn (@Efi__A) July 23, 2015
5. It is better than Meek Mill. Even fried rice is.
Retweet for Jollof Rice. Favorite for Meek Mill . pic.twitter.com/eFIcTF0TN7
— DADDY THE FATHER (@SemilooreAkoni) July 22, 2015
6. Jollof rice goes better with multiple pieces of meat. Facts only.
When your mom only gives you one piece of chicken with your jollof rice pic.twitter.com/gfEz1nX7m2
— UMES ASA (@UMES_ASA) July 20, 2015
7. It unites warring tribes. Honest!
These oyinbo people talk too much. We'll just wait here till they share the Jollof rice? pic.twitter.com/ILZEt7jU0C
— Mr. Bushido (@Layken_Odabo) July 20, 2015
8. Jollof rice makes for great promotional material.
looking for pots and pans for uni and came across this…….why is there jollof rice in the frying pan ?? ?????? pic.twitter.com/Seombyk9Hl
— merxi (@mercyolatunde) July 20, 2015
9. It cannot share a plate with anything but meat.
Coleslaw and jollof rice on the same plate? Pls pic.twitter.com/A4WJFyU8oS
— D.L. (@damolathefirst) July 19, 2015
10. It’s better than Ghanaian Jollof Rice. Stop the arguments.
Okay people,RT for Nigerian Jollof rice and Fav for Ghanaian Jollof rice pic.twitter.com/Uteecvn0vQ
— Anthony (@Anthony_Azek) July 19, 2015
11. Comparing a person to Nigerian Jollof is a high ranking compliment.
— chinwe (@NWABUNNE_) July 18, 2015
12. It’s powerful enough to ruin marriages.
Imagine falling in love and getting married then you realize they don't like jollofrice and dodo pic.twitter.com/9amYKSjuqY
— Uche Odoh (@KingUcheOdoh) July 18, 2015
13. It can raise the dead. I swear I’m not making it up.
When you're dead but you smell that Jollof rice and plantain. pic.twitter.com/xQ5qgqIncG
— KK (@OfficialKK_) July 17, 2015
14. Astronomy supports the legend of Nigerian Jollof.
Son: dad I am sure we will eat jollof rice tomorrow afternoon
Dad: how do you know
Son: over here dad pic.twitter.com/ZH0ejztYdg
— 100% FOLLOW BACK (@NGFoloBack) July 16, 2015
15. Its only mates are Dodo and puff puff.
— Evolve Synergy Ltd (@evolvesynergy) July 15, 2015
16. Even microwaves respect it.
— Hitsugaya (@LostLagoonMusic) July 15, 2015
17. It wipes your sins away.
— Babajide (@BlueSparta) July 14, 2015
18. Nigerian jollof rice is the best motivation.
— François™ (@100PercentAfrik) July 12, 2015
19. Never put stew on it.
— uzosfoodlabs (@uzosfoodlabs) July 8, 2015
20. The Obamas are coming to Nigeria just because of the Jollof rice. Nothing else, obviously.
*starts rant* Obama went to Ethiopia. Ethiopia!! They couldn’t even spell his name well there. But he went there and snobbed Nigeria. Even though we are the supposed giants of Africa.
And we have the better Jollof rice. *stops rant*
Baby sey after we're done serving this country next year. Can we go to Nigeria and eat their Jollof rice? pic.twitter.com/wClTUQI1lf"
— Muhd Sheikh (@MohdMohsheikh11) July 8, 2015
What other traits of Jollof rice are real to you?