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6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by youngmajor: 3:33pm On Apr 19, 2018
Just when you thought that you’ve seen it all in life, just know that you haven’t visited an average Nigeria food Buka. The several types of people you see there would really show you the diversity of culture in Nigeria.

Just when you think that people really understand the necessity of eating a well-balanced diet, you get to see a sign saying “Welcome to Nigeria”

These are the calibres of people you see in an average Nigerian Buka.

[img]https://3.bp..com/-qn5Iufy1fTk/WtilOcv_XFI/AAAAAAAAAIE/lJrBNRXcthsh8D1XEmlXNc7y_qiz5p5GgCLcBGAs/s320/people%2Bin%2Bthe%2Bbuka.jpeg[/img]

The Complainers

They don’t give a damn if they are the riches or the poorest person in the Buka, they just believe that deserve the best quality they can’t get at home. You know this people immediately they step into the food joint. They shout on top of their voices over everything ranging from the chair, table, water, food, service delivery, and the face of the waitress serving them.

Just pray that such people don’t come to your food joint when you have lots of first-timers waiting to buy food because they would act as enemies of progress that day. Then imagine what happens when you have about 5 of this kind of people at once. The worst part is that they don’t always eat more than 200 Naira worth of food.

The Mixers

You would assume that being a chemistry student is very difficult due to chemical combinations, just wait till you meet “the mixers”.

I once visited a Buka and saw a man ordering for rice, beans, yam, egg, spaghetti, stew, plantain, and a little bit of Okoro soup. I assumed he was buying it for his dog at home, not till I saw him eating it.

The worst part is that the total amount of such might be just 200 Naira. This type of food combination is very popular in Ibadan.

Rice = 50 naira

Beans = 30 naira

Yam = 20 Naira

Plantain = 20 Naira

Egg = 50 Naira

Total = 170 Naira. Lmao.

The Meat or Nothing People

People like these didn’t come to eat, they only came for the meat. It is popular among the Yoruba. It is only this kind of people that will buy Rice and Beans of 100 Naira and meat of 300 Naira.

I don’t know the motive behind that, but I believe that it actually shows who has so much money to spend. I once saw a man who bought a plate of rice of 50 Naira and decorated with meats of 400 Naira plus bottle water 50 Naira.

The Silent Souls

The way they come, eat, pay and go, you would wish everyone will be like them. People in this category are mostly slay kings and queens who wouldn’t want to be seen eating in public. So they just eat, pay and disappear. Even if the dish is faulty, it doesn’t matter – nobody should see them eating outside.

[img]https://2.bp..com/-0dxUgNV7d90/WtilnSpotiI/AAAAAAAAAIM/Zhdk3RmjQ8QeShmoQhsy-S3sZivuN6djwCLcBGAs/s320/buka%2B2.jpg[/img]

The Spirits

This type of people is the reason most Bukas use “Pay before Service” as their motto. They eat, make noise, entertain people, and disappear without paying for the food they ate. The worst part is that they would never eat at the same place twice – the reason is that they are on the run.

Once they have exhausted all nearby options, they would prefer to enter bike or bus and explore a new location. I still can’t figure out the reason behind it.

The Commandoes

People like this failed military school, so they are looking for ways to express their powers. The way they shout at the woman selling the food, you would assume they bought some shares in the Buka. Unfortunately, most of them command you and still buy cheap food – even request for Jara.

[img]https://1.bp..com/-9JT4dTzYHsk/WtildT4wvqI/AAAAAAAAAII/M5k2bJVZfaYevbjBOy0vkgnSXjXC43TnwCLcBGAs/s320/buka%2B3.jpg[/img]

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by youngmajor: 4:19pm On Apr 19, 2018
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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by yeyeboi(m): 4:56pm On Apr 19, 2018
Oopp you never see anything , what if the ones that will request for ewedu and Okoro soup cheesy

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by onpoint247: 4:56pm On Apr 19, 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari has just given the NIgerian youth the biggest blow, if we cant mobilise to Vote him out in 2019, then we would have justified his tag on us as Lazy.
The same man that spent Nigerians money on hospital bill now saying our youth want free education and free healthcare. It’s s shame!
#NigerianyouthNotLazy
#2019
#PMBOUT
#Ourmumudondo

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Alphafeezay(m): 4:57pm On Apr 19, 2018
@Op which are you?
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by chibuike65: 4:57pm On Apr 19, 2018
Which number are you op
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by ELgordo(m): 4:57pm On Apr 19, 2018
Ovoko..... I miss our local food damn#
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by shoelotng(m): 4:57pm On Apr 19, 2018
The spirits!! ������� that category in school sha on a very bad day P

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Larryslim(m): 4:59pm On Apr 19, 2018
ok
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Whizdorm001(m): 4:59pm On Apr 19, 2018
The atenus

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by macuwon(m): 4:59pm On Apr 19, 2018
What of the ones that will be eyeing your food and you feel they are swallowing it.
Then the ones that only come for beans. They have bread.

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by chibuike65: 5:00pm On Apr 19, 2018
���op is like your mother the sell mama put before
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Drjafy: 5:01pm On Apr 19, 2018
The Yanga group.
1. They demand for cutlery in Buka to give an impression they are slay queens and kings but surprisingly they don’t even know how to hold fork and knife. No table manners.
2. Order a bottle of coke, drink half and leave. Na who you dey form for?

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by onupeter(m): 5:04pm On Apr 19, 2018
The passerby follow too...
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by oyetunder(m): 5:04pm On Apr 19, 2018
You have masters in Bukaology for real. keep it up. But beware of those fat women...lots of things are inside those delicious stews.
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by tope3x(m): 5:04pm On Apr 19, 2018
This one loud oooooo grin grin grin grin grin



youngmajor:
Just when you thought that you’ve seen it all in life, just know that you haven’t visited an average Nigeria food Buka. The several types of people you see there would really show you the diversity of culture in Nigeria.

Just when you think that people really understand the necessity of eating a well-balanced diet, you get to see a sign saying “Welcome to Nigeria”

These are the calibres of people you see in an average Nigerian Buka.

[img]https://3.bp..com/-qn5Iufy1fTk/WtilOcv_XFI/AAAAAAAAAIE/lJrBNRXcthsh8D1XEmlXNc7y_qiz5p5GgCLcBGAs/s320/people%2Bin%2Bthe%2Bbuka.jpeg[/img]

The Complainers

They don’t give a damn if they are the riches or the poorest person in the Buka, they just believe that deserve the best quality they can’t get at home. You know this people immediately they step into the food joint. They shout on top of their voices over everything ranging from the chair, table, water, food, service delivery, and the face of the waitress serving them.

Just pray that such people don’t come to your food joint when you have lots of first-timers waiting to buy food because they would act as enemies of progress that day. Then imagine what happens when you have about 5 of this kind of people at once. The worst part is that they don’t always eat more than 200 Naira worth of food.

The Mixers

You would assume that being a chemistry student is very difficult due to chemical combinations, just wait till you meet “the mixers”.

I once visited a Buka and saw a man ordering for rice, beans, yam, egg, spaghetti, stew, plantain, and a little bit of Okoro soup. I assumed he was buying it for his dog at home, not till I saw him eating it.

The worst part is that the total amount of such might be just 200 Naira. This type of food combination is very popular in Ibadan.

Rice = 50 naira

Beans = 30 naira

Yam = 20 Naira

Plantain = 20 Naira

Egg = 50 Naira

Total = 170 Naira. Lmao.

The Meat or Nothing People

People like these didn’t come to eat, they only came for the meat. It is popular among the Yoruba. It is only this kind of people that will buy Rice and Beans of 100 Naira and meat of 300 Naira.

I don’t know the motive behind that, but I believe that it actually shows who has so much money to spend. I once saw a man who bought a plate of rice of 50 Naira and decorated with meats of 400 Naira plus bottle water 50 Naira.

The Silent Souls

The way they come, eat, pay and go, you would wish everyone will be like them. People in this category are mostly slay kings and queens who wouldn’t want to be seen eating in public. So they just eat, pay and disappear. Even if the dish is faulty, it doesn’t matter – nobody should see them eating outside.

[img]https://2.bp..com/-0dxUgNV7d90/WtilnSpotiI/AAAAAAAAAIM/Zhdk3RmjQ8QeShmoQhsy-S3sZivuN6djwCLcBGAs/s320/buka%2B2.jpg[/img]

The Spirits

This type of people is the reason most Bukas use “Pay before Service” as their motto. They eat, make noise, entertain people, and disappear without paying for the food they ate. The worst part is that they would never eat at the same place twice – the reason is that they are on the run.

Once they have exhausted all nearby options, they would prefer to enter bike or bus and explore a new location. I still can’t figure out the reason behind it.

The Commandoes

People like this failed military school, so they are looking for ways to express their powers. The way they shout at the woman selling the food, you would assume they bought some shares in the Buka. Unfortunately, most of them command you and still buy cheap food – even request for Jara.

[img]https://1.bp..com/-9JT4dTzYHsk/WtildT4wvqI/AAAAAAAAAII/M5k2bJVZfaYevbjBOy0vkgnSXjXC43TnwCLcBGAs/s320/buka%2B3.jpg[/img]

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by prosper21(m): 5:05pm On Apr 19, 2018
Lol... Op u dy chop for Buka wella

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by spinna: 5:07pm On Apr 19, 2018
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by koolcat: 5:08pm On Apr 19, 2018
The ones that will escort their frnd buh will not buy anything....if u ask dem, they will throw back the question with a smile "u won buy for me"?

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Sheggun1: 5:08pm On Apr 19, 2018
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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Nobody: 5:09pm On Apr 19, 2018
There are these types that don't have money and will come and be clinching you, ' bros abeg, I never chop since, anything at all'
they will be like...

www.nairaland.com/attachments/6998282_img20180419132913edit1_jpeg4617509ea5ff8301cf28748d0210333e

They call them 'Atenu' or 'gbenusi'


abeg...


drabeey was HERE

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Auto58(m): 5:09pm On Apr 19, 2018
I don't eat in a buka
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by PPCDigitals: 5:12pm On Apr 19, 2018
The beggars...Oga abeg help me add N200 to my food money



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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by dgagar(m): 5:12pm On Apr 19, 2018
the change finders. rice 50, change 1000

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by tunary(m): 5:17pm On Apr 19, 2018
prosper21:
Lol... Op u dy chop for Buka wella
na normal thing nau
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by TOPCRUISE(m): 5:27pm On Apr 19, 2018
grin True talk.
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Nobody: 5:28pm On Apr 19, 2018
Op you no go kill me with laugh
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by DaddyGngeess(m): 5:28pm On Apr 19, 2018
The silent souls..that is daddy Gngeess

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by IMASTEX: 5:31pm On Apr 19, 2018
* the first & the last set of people shouldn't be given much privilege at all.

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Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by Simeony007(m): 5:37pm On Apr 19, 2018
And those that never mind their business but always using one eye to dey calculate other people's food like the op.
Re: 6 Common Types Of People You Meet At A Nigerian Buka by timay(m): 5:45pm On Apr 19, 2018
yeyeboi:
Oopp you never see anything , what if the ones that will request for ewedu and Okoro soup cheesy

it is normal na. I even mix ewedu and efo together sometimes.

U can try it too. it makes sense brocheesy

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