MY PUFF - PUFF LOVER...

Since I started going to my new job, life has changed for me; I drive through the scary Third Mainland Bridge twice a day, I wake up at half 5 every morning, on somedays I hit snooze, wake up at 6 and start panicking like a headless chicken! And then I buy puff-puff..... almost every morrin. 

E get one puff-puff guy wey I discover the first week I started working inside one koro. For those who are curious, I work somewhere in Marina, Lagos, Nigeria (you didn't watch my relocation VIDEO?) and some of you know that is right inside abi next to the great Balogun market! Ol' boy! That guy puff-puff sweet nor be suumall! It is usually so hot and fresh when I buy it. If you dey reach the area I can hook you up... LOL


The first week I bought from him, I dey pay 10 naira each for 1 puff puff, however I noticed as the days were progressing, my  50 naira puff-puff portion began to increase, some days he go muni 1 extra, on other days 2. Sometimes 3. I love muni, I ask for muni anywhere I go. Muni = Jara. Jara = Extra. Imagine chopping that puff-puff with hot tea in the morning...this life sweet oh! *licks lips*

Ehn... *scratches head*... yesterday make am more than 2 weeks I don dey buy puff-puff, so I say I nor go buy again, because all my body don dey puff up, yansh dey increase, bobby dey increase, cheeks dey increase, belle too don dey resemble puff-puff. I na say I will not buy again oh...as I was na sneakily driving to dodge, puff-puff master swiftly crossed the road to stop me and handed me a nylon bag of puff-puff...

"Ah, bros, I nor get money today oh, may be tomorrow...." perhaps he thought I was buying my "usual". Oh! What excellent customer service!

"No sist, na dash I dash you...." he said grinning like a lovesick puppy. He was too excited; suspicious behaviour.

Dash gini?

I had a puzzled look on my face, said my thank you's and drove dazedly to my office. When I parked, I counted and noticed he gave me 10 puff-puffs for free. Brethren, I'm scared... if I suddenly stop talking about Bobo, please you people should know it's jazz oh. Its the puff-puff guy.

I still chopped the puff-puff.
Get thee behind me!


Ps.I love Lagos!

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52 comments

  1. lol. i love Lagos too. have a splendid day ahead

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  2. LOOOOLZ! Sisi Yemmie u will not kill person. ''dash gini?'' I work in Ilorin. I discovered this very good puff-puff with one of my cleaners too in March and I've been stuck on it since then, but I caution myself often.

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  3. ah sisi u no go kill me....making my mouth water d way i dey read d post e no fair on us wey dey white man land ooo no access to anything fresh all na frozen.....hahaha ahh pls ooo i cast away any jazz IJN na bobo 4 lyf ooo :)love reading your post sis mwaah btw I enter the NBA thnks

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    1. I cast away the jazz too! LOL. I'm glad you are entering for the NBA's

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  4. Lol at the puff-puff guy. Easy on the puff-puff jare

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  5. LMAOOOO E don be for you, Sisi Yemmie!! The fear of free puff puff is the beginningof wisdom. LMAO

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  6. Honeydame took the words right from my mouth, the fear of puff puff is the beginning of wisdom. It was an addiction for me a while back and i added some serious weight so flee from it!

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    1. My dear, even the 2 weeks of puff-puff is showing! i don run oh

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  7. Ah! Sisi Yemmie!!! I dey fear small sha o. I bin dey wonder for all the 2 and 3 extra puff puff sef but 10 tan??? Mio sinbe o

    Now i am craving puff puff #sigh

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  8. Lol! Very funny!

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  9. See ehn, after reading your post, I left the office and ran off to look for puff-puff to buy. and my people at work too read the post cos i left it open and wanted puff-puff. Sisi yemmie see wetin you don cause ooo. Oya na to go gym remain. But me i like the way you eat. lol

    P.S my colleagues have been asking why Semilore didnt cut his hair, that his cry face is paining dem to watch.

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    1. Ah ah ah... look at what I have caused!

      Do you know he had a big afro, he recently cut it sef. I want him to grow it back

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  10. Ha! Sisi Yemmie.You wan kill person with lafta? E no too good make person dey read ur blog for work o. Colleagues go be like "wetin do this one?"
    Anyway, me self get puffpuff mouth. But I think say I like buns more. Na the inside of the buns dey always sweet me.
    Lagos things. It wasn't the same when I went to the north. Na chilled kunnu zaki became my friend then.
    I m enjoying u Sisi. More ororo to your elbow.
    -Adetola.

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    1. LOL.... na work sweet pass to read my blog, to take away the stress of the day.

      Thank you!

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  11. LOL... You were still able to write a post? (check!).. You mentioned Bobo (check!).. All is well with the world! Here's to more free puff puff lol

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  12. Seeing this make me want to go cook some !!
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  13. Loooollll. You can keep eating it, but in moderation sha.

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    1. In fact I don't want to anymore...my waistline is gone!!!!

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  14. So funny indeed!! I admire your lifestyle

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  15. Lollll....too funny! Plz dash me some of dat puff puff o

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  16. lol, this remind me of my IT days at onikan. We always shared puff puff every morning before work resumed everyday.It was like a morning ritual. There was this mama that always sold puff puff close to the office. If we didnt buy it in the morning, the we would eat it after lunch.I feel those people use jazz biko. Once you eat one, you become addicted. Awoof dey run belle, no collect again e don do.

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    1. Their puff-puff always so sweet. There was this guy that sells in Warri, and he calls it "Chop one, chop two!. I nor go collect again o

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  17. lol, this remind me of my IT days at onikan. We always shared puff puff every morning before work resumed everyday.It was like a morning ritual. There was this mama that always sold puff puff close to the office. If we didnt buy it in the morning, the we would eat it after lunch.I feel those people use jazz biko. Once you eat one, you become addicted. Awoof dey run belle, no collect again e don do.

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  18. The end of this post put a big smile on my face...

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  19. A beg me wan sample the puff puff o. I work in V/I but generally head off to Marina side on Friday afternoon...So wouldn't mind if you can break Mr Puff puff's digit here or better still a short description of the joint... Thanks in advance.

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  20. You dis gal! Awoof dey run belle o. But me i like this kin customer service jare.
    Reminds me of Puff puff days at Gbagada and Surulere. I used to time Mass to coincide with Puff puff fryer's schedule. God forgive me.

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  21. haahhaha i love puff puff o! The other day i went to buy fish roll and meat pie. No one has time to make breakfast in the morning, so I always make sure i have those frozen in my freezer; when it's time to head out, warm one up and I am out.

    How about they now made the mistake of bringing out hot puff puff in front of me; lets just say, i bought and ate alot of puff puff right there in the restaurant. Thinking about it now sef, I'll make sure i go buy some tomorrow.

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  22. Please o! Sisiyemmie ask dat ur customer for eh recipe

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  23. VERY FUNNY SISI

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  24. My love for SiSi Yemi and her blog keeps growing in bounds and leaps...

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  25. lol. Congrats to u on ur 4 nominations! :)

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  26. hahahahahah this cracked me up...........
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  27. i just came across this article and i swear it got to me... i visited lagos for one week and on my second day i went to shop at balogun market... my kolo friend ity say girl we must not leave this market until after 5... i was angry and curious to find out what happens after 5... my dear as 5 knack, we started making our way to a T.junction with 2 guys frying puff puff... the puff puff so soft and taste after we buy 200naira puff puff chop inside motor... i remeber telling my friend the next day that i forgot some thing on my shop list and we had to visit balogun market precisely around 5 to re visit a shop.. and to cut the long story short i ended up going to balogun market inside traffic everyday until the last day after we drove to the puff puff junction one crazy cab man hit us run....this puff puff has made my visit to lagos memorable..... obviously no be only me

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  28. I so love you sisiyemmie! You're so real, wish I could see life the way you do. Been really unhappy after ending a bad relationship. Keep the good work.

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