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Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 7:03pm On Mar 07
Kids in Brazilian schools enjoy, as you can even see from the comments and this is what lunch for kids in public school looks like


https://www.walkbrazil4k.com/2022/03/look-at-lunch-for-kids-in-brazilian.html?m=1

Cc: Richiez, Fynestboi, olawalebabs

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 7:03pm On Mar 07
More..

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Ecos(m): 7:04pm On Mar 07
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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by MadamVanessa(f): 7:06pm On Mar 07
shocked



You don't compare what is given to school kids in a sane country to that of a zoo

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by revived2: 7:09pm On Mar 07
Nigeria is light years behind from achieving this grin grin shocked[s][/s] cool cool

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by budaatum: 7:27pm On Mar 07
I have a friend who tells me they were served a quarter chicken for Sunday lunch at Lagos Baptist Academy in the late 60s, and another who tells me Sunday lunch was insect riven beans in the early 70s.

By the late 80s, school was free and Sunday lunch was abolished along with boarding school, I'm told.

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 7:42pm On Mar 07
budaatum:
I have a friend who tells me they were served a quarter chicken for Sunday lunch at Lagos Baptist Academy in the late 60s, and another who tells me Sunday lunch was insect riven beans in the early 70s.

By the late 80s, school was free and Sunday lunch was abolished along with boarding school, I'm told.

That was even When Nigeria was Nigeria, not now

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 7:43pm On Mar 07
revived2:
Nigeria is light years behind from achieving this grin grin shocked[s][/s] cool cool

cool
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Boss469(m): 7:45pm On Mar 07
budaatum:
I have a friend who tells me they were served a quarter chicken for Sunday lunch at Lagos Baptist Academy in the late 60s, and another who tells me Sunday lunch was insect riven beans in the early 70s.

By the late 80s, school was free and Sunday lunch was abolished along with boarding school, I'm told.

Nigeria is a country that the past years are better than the present.

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Totilopussylick(m): 7:52pm On Mar 07
Boss469:


Nigeria is a country that the past years are better than the present.
there has never been anything good from the past and present undecided

All what the leaders do is to send their kids abroad.

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by budaatum: 7:57pm On Mar 07
Mind, they also inform me Nigeria had uninterrupted electricity, but I know that's a lie.

My hometown of the Orolu Kingdom didn't get electric poles until 75 and electricity didn't arrive till 79, and when the transformer blows up in Obanikoro which it regularly did all through the 70s, we'd be in darkness for months waiting for it to be fixed.

It wasn't so better is my point. I can forget balling my eyes out when told "Nigeria here we come". The thought of going to a country BBC had shown me was kwashiorkor ridden and children were killed just horrified me to the point of wondering if aliens had abducted my parents and replaced them with children eating beings!

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 8:31pm On Mar 07
Totilopussylick:
there has never been anything good from the past and present undecided

All what the leaders do is to send their kids abroad.


grin grin
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Maxymilliano(m): 8:38pm On Mar 07
We have it better here undecided

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by johnfaleks(m): 8:41pm On Mar 07
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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 8:45pm On Mar 07
Maxymilliano:
We have it better here undecided

UNA nor Go kill person with laugh grin grin grin

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by MrBachelor: 9:09pm On Mar 07
So?
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Freestainworld(m): 9:33pm On Mar 07
Our school children don't see one, even when they do, the food usually looks like what they vomitted from the mouth.
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by gulfer: 9:36pm On Mar 07
Nigeria's school feeding program is betterna angry angry angry angry

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Walkee: 9:38pm On Mar 07
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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Walkee: 9:38pm On Mar 07
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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by wiseone28(f): 9:47pm On Mar 07
I can't come and kill myself

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 9:48pm On Mar 07
Freestainworld:
Our school children don't see one, even when they do, the food usually looks like what they vomitted from the mouth.

Lol, you day vex o
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by walkbrazil4k(m): 9:52pm On Mar 07
gulfer:
Nigeria's school feeding program is betterna angry angry angry angry

Yea it's better and it is definitely world class grin
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Walkee: 10:44pm On Mar 07
Finewarriboy:
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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Christie06(f): 11:28pm On Mar 07
Nice.
Is that eba (garri) i dey see??
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Stevenson1(m): 11:55pm On Mar 07
walkbrazil4k:
Kids in Brazilian schools enjoy, as you can even see from the comments and this is what lunch for kids in public school looks like


https://www.walkbrazil4k.com/2022/03/look-at-lunch-for-kids-in-brazilian.html?m=1

Cc: Richiez, Fynestboi, olawalebabs


We supposed chop pass like this if our government had invested heavily in this country and developed us.
Now, we are looking at countries we are richer than in everything enjoying what we are supposed to be seeing as a normal thing.
E be things.
Give an average Nigerian this kind of meal and he will never leave school again.

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Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by Axis313(m): 4:14am On Mar 08
Christie06:
Nice.
Is that eba (garri) i dey see??
Me,I also see dodo(fried plantain) there in the first picture.
Re: Look At The Lunch For Kids In Brazilians Schools(photos) by OyeofIkoTuN(m): 6:14am On Mar 08
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