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12 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

That's not a jalebi but a jalebaa!

Haha yeah it's huge 

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LOL look at the size of that chocolate cake. can't be good for your health thou. too much sugar

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Don't know why I feel sad for her. At this age, she should be resting. What kind of compulsion might be forcing her to work for these vids . I srsly feel for her :(

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32 minutes ago, Punjabiwolves said:

LOL look at the size of that chocolate cake. can't be good for your health thou. too much sugar

thats for an entire corporate floor lol ! when 100 people eat it , its ok I guess for each lol 

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As far as I know she is doing it for the less fortunate kids so Good for her Bebe Zindabad!

I remember having conversations with cousins from the pind and how they were resigned to the fact they would have no chance of experiencing many thing including travel to other countries , it seriously broke me up inside ...at least these poor kids are shown love and they can know what chocolate cake tastes like and pizza too ... It should be a matter of panthic shame that our bretheren suffer so much poverty when we have so much

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On 2/13/2019 at 3:21 AM, Guest Gabriela said:

Where is she from?

She's sikh from Punjab 

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Having travelled extensively throughout India and sampling many different restaurants and roadside dhabas.  I can honestly say the best meal I had was at a Punjabi restaurant. In te middle of nowhere. 

I was on route to Jalandhar or somewhere near there. When out of know where stumbled on Lucky restaurant. Anyone been there. 

Very good mix veg. Maybe because its fresh from the local area. 

 

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Maybe some people here have missed the point of what Granny and her helpers are achieving. They are feeding the poor... hardly think the amount of sugarin the cake is their first thought!  How the privileged think!

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