I saw this written on a fence just now on my way back from church. I feel that it's JAZZ!, maybe because today's sermon was somehow about the avoidance of fetish practices.
But I'm still reasoning 'wash and gum your mouth'. What exactly does it mean? Does it mean when you jazzically(spiritually) wash your mouth anything you say would gum and be final?
Is it like 'talk and gree'? whatever you say to someone, the person would just concur to it.
Nawa sha, so if that wash and gum advert is jazz, someone would just open his two korokoro eyes and call the number to wash and gum his/her mouth.
For the fact that they even did advert sef, is what should make you doubt/fear the more because crude/local things no need advert. Garri and Kpomor nor get advert, yet na them sell pass for market.
Hunger is wiring me here. Therefore, I'm off to wash my mouth and stomach with a nice meal. Happy sunday darlings.
INFO OF THE DAY: YOR KE
Garri in its dry form mixed with soft cooked beans and palm oil is called 'Yor Ke' in the Ga language, in Ghana.
I doubt if there is any name for that combo in Nigeria, most people refer to it as 'beans and garri'.
Garri has been a good substitute for many great men in beans situation where there was no dodo to accompany it.
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Info source: wikipedia