Breakfast is said to be the important meal of the day. This is because it is the very first meal that a person consumes after not eating due to sleeping. Even though it may be the case, it is not everyone who eats what the average person eats for breakfast.
A typical meal will be something light to start the day. However nowadays people eat about anything and everything irregardless of what time it it. With that being said while people eating eating breakfast cereals and porridge. A lady took to twitter a picture of her breakfast causing a stir.
This was because in most cases people eat these foods for dinner rather than breakfast. However the lady did highlight that it was in fact leftovers from the previous night. She decided to have it in the morning. The plate consisted of pap cooked with brown maize meal and chicken necks. Some people thought it was quite appetizing while others begged to differ. See more of people's reactions down below;
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