The Foodie’s Guide to the Twitter Premier League
September 4, 2015
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For many Nigerians, their experiences at buffets rank highest as one of their most embarrassing moments. Read: 5 Ways A Buffet Can Go Wrong In Nigeria From simple things like being overly shy because you now have to exercise your alimentary canal in front of everyone, to really serious buffet malfunctions like when a host […]
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