The Puff puff maker

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I have become perfectly skilled in the art of making puff puff, thanks to Chill and relax, the program which I have to host every month. Not like I wasn’t good wth making puff puff before, but my puff puff making skills reminded me for my digital electronics days back in university, where we had to work with binary codes, 1 today 0 tomorrow. Translation: I served you a perfect party puff puff today and a ‘wharraheck is this thing’ tomorrow. 

I have graduated from making a giant mass of amoeba, or as the secondary school students will call it, HamoEba, to making a kind of puff puff that would give 9jafoodie and dobby a run for their money.

You might ask yourself why I have to make for puff puff for Chill and Relax, when I could just buy cupcakes. You might even wonder why I am stressing myself, wasting my time, my mummy’s ororo, and the family gas cooker. Well, the money I get from Chill and Relax donations is very interesting. I have stopped wondering why some pastors shamelessly employ innovative means for their congregation to drop fat offerings. I don’t blame them, and I think I would have take more lessons from them. So if 30 something people want to come to Chill and Relax and hurdle around six tiny cupcakes, be my guest. Else, I am confined to making puff puff.

As you might be suspecting by now, this article really has no point. It is just a useless article to let you know three things
  • I am a good writer, and inspiration can come from the basest things, even as base making puff puff
  • To do a shameless publicity for chill and relax
  • I am now skilled in the art of making puff puff. And if you doubt me, come for Chill and Relax. You yourself will testify.

33 comments

  1. hahahahaa!!! i see you....they really look gud ;)

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    1. Lol. I got this pic from the internet o. I didn't snap mine.

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  2. LOl.... What/who/where is chill and relax? Lets come and chop. P.S: don't turn your blog to food blog oh, we love books...

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    1. Chill and relax is a monthly freestyle spoken word poetry program held at Gbagada. You can either come and perform, or just come to relax and watch others perform. Entry is free.

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    2. And don't worry. I can't betray my true calling, which is writing, and turn this to a food blog. Lai lai.

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  3. Oya give us your address now...

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    1. abi oh....which kain invite with no location and time be this one?
      @atilola...give proper info and also how many balls of puff puff will I be entitled to?

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    2. @ atoskin: 16, Abeni close, Soluyi Gbagada Lagos.

      @ sykik: See your mouth o. Upon all the puff puff you will devour, u won't add weight. Shaking my head for you.

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    3. @ilola, lmao....heheh hehehe...this woman, if I "catsh" you.....seriously, I am tempted to attend this event oh, anything to taste your puff-puff and give testimony about @ilola the puff-puff maker

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  4. ahahahhaaahahaha @tilola!Now you make puff puff dey hungry me ba? No matter the ones I make at home, it does not come out right as the ones I buy at the busstops!

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    1. Yes o. Though I don't eat those bus stop ones, they look enticing. Lol.

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    1. Chill and relax is a monthly freestyle spoken word poetry program held at Gbagada. You can either come and perform, or just come to relax and watch others perform. Entry is free.

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  6. Lmaoooo@tilola is just something else.......lmaoooo

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    1. Abi. We must find reason to laff na.

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  7. I love puff puff too o , and i dont always get it right every time....so i envy you!

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    1. As I said, I am now skilled in the art. Lol

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  8. This one that i've been craving puff puff before. Atilola well done o sho gbo *side eyes*

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    1. Madam, enter the kitchen and make your own. *side eye in return*

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  9. That puff puff just did something to my subconscious and now I shall not rest until I have devoured a huge batch... thanks @ilola lol

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  10. The puff puffs look so cute. I want! Is there pepper in them?

    Tell us about chill and relax.

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    1. I stole that pic from the internet o. That;s not mine. I don't put pepper in them cos its a general program. Chill and relax is a monthly freestyle spoken word poetry program held at Gbagada. You can either come and perform, or just come to relax and watch others perform. Entry is free.

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  11. Yummilicious looking puff puff, but how come I suspect this Chill and relax story that you have refused to share details of? Lol.

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    1. Lol, don't suspect anything o. Its just a spoken word freestyle program, just like taruwa.

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  12. This one that everyone wants to eat puff puff...I have just eaten beans and pap, so adding puff puff would totally ruin my stomach but I would love to taste this your skillfully made puff puff someday. Chill and relax...nice concept!
    Check out my blog!
    http://www.frediliadtruthuncensored.com/2013/05/never-let-your-mood-have-negative.html

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  13. Lol everyone wants your puff-puff oo.. Maybe we should organize a blogsville puff-puff party*hehehehe*..

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    1. How will people get their puff puff na? Will we share it via the comment boxes?

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  14. Now, I am sure I can smell puff puff in my house!

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    1. Yes o. That's the power of good writing. It can make you feel things that are not there.

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