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What excites a poor child

As I was walking this morning I met a woman and her son walking home from the shops/store. The boy would hardly walk, he was running, running so that they could get home and discipline the BIG donuts he was carrying. The mother bought two BIG donuts.

About 4 years old boy on his torn shots running ahead of the mother was saying "mama obunttu nga bunene, mama tudduuke tonywe chai mama, mama buno'obuntu bumpomera nnyo" Meaning Mom, these things are BIG, Mom, lets run home and we take tea, Mom I like these things, they are sweet!

I remembered my own stories. Poor children are always excited when they see eats and new cloths.

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