"I have Trauma When I See Goody-Goody" A Lady Confesses On Twitter(Photo)
By Fairladydiary | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 4977 views
A lady has shared how the chocolate bar back in the days, called "goody goody" traumatizes her anytime she sees it.
The lady who goes by the name Temade commented on BBNaija, Erica's tweet on Twitter. Erica shared a picture of the said chocolate bars with her fans saying she wants it and the lady shared why she now feels differently about it.
According to her, as a child, they had a visitor who gave her 200 Naira and she used the whole money to buy the "goody goody" and her mum beat her up until her head burst open.
So whenever she sees it, she's taken back to that fateful day, that's why she has trauma and won't help but run away if she ever sets eyes on it.
It feels like most parents were the same cause they act alike.
Imagine what happened to her a long time ago is now making her indifferent about something she used to like.
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