The Girl Next Door
Food, travel and life stories…
me wants me wants…I know now you are taking badla from me no ??? 😛
He he. We both posted food pics on the same day by chance. 🙂
hehe was just kidding re 🙂
Maybe, yes. 🙂
missing my school days.. we used to go to exhibition just have these cotton candy.. we call it panji mittai..
We call it panju mittai too. 🙂
I and my sister love cotton candies (even now)… especially these pink ones!! brought back some awesome childhood memories 🙂 We would somehow catch and run behind him, much to irritation of mom 😉
Welcome here! 🙂
The hubby and I still love cotton candy too! 🙂
I am not very fond of them, have eaten only once and found them too sweet for my liking 😥
Is it? 😦
Because cotton candies are also known as Buddhi Na baal, i could never have it..
Once i tried and just thinking about the name made me puke….Never tried again…
I think i am the only namuna who has never tried this….
Really? But they are yummylicious!! You should really try them out!! Try of think of them as ‘cotton candy’ and not ‘buddhi ke baal’.
🙂 ooooh i rememebr going ot the mela.. taking our own sugar and the guy would make it for us .. good old days at the village I miss them
Oh, wow. I have always eaten cotton candy straight from the vendor’s machine or the ready-made ones that are available. Have never had the chance to have it made from our own sugar!! Wow!! That must have felt so good! 🙂
yummy pink hair (edible ofcourse :))
Yummy indeed! 🙂 I loved the way these two kids were bubbling over with enthusiasm to get a bite into one of those delectable candies. 🙂
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