The friends and fans of a Facebook user were shocked after the user took to his page to share photos of the substance of a pineapple he discovered ashorewards.
Inside the pineapple organic product, Simon Utsu found the photos of a man and a lady bound together. Clearly, shocked by this, Simon took to his page to share on his timetable what he’d quite recently found.
Simon uncovered in his post that he found the tied organic product “on the Atlantic shoreline”. Simon thought about whether it’s probably going to be an adoration enchant. “Voodoo? Love charm?”, he asked in his post.
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He closed his post saying in the event that it is in reality voodoo, at that point “some sweet delicious love is going to turn extremely sour”.
In his words,
“Things we see on the Atlantic shoreline. Photos of a man and a woman put in a pineapple and bound. Voodoo? Love charm? Some sweet delicious love is going to turn extremely severe soon?“
Recall a fairly troubled youthful Nigerian kid, by name Sequence on Facebook made himself a trending topic via web-based networking media last month after he took to his page to pen a “passionate” note directed to his “ex” who dumped him some time this year.
The youthful chap, Sequence who is of teen age and passes by the name ‘Se Qu Ence’ on Facebook, said in his note that he took in three profound exercises from the tragedy he felt following their separation.
As indicated by him, he discovered that, ‘love na scam, young ladies don’t have the right to be cherished and young ladies are never to be trusted’.
Se Qu Ence who didn’t uncover why they really finished things, he anyway expressed that their time together was a waste.