Monday, January 20, 2014

Kawaii food

Sometimes I eat food just because it's cute :p Plus that ice cream - bubble o bill (I'm not sure if they're only an Australian thing) but they're amazing, my icecream of choice as a kid because his nose was a piece of bubblegum! Even though frozen bubblegum is really the worst kind of bubblegum, the novelty was enough to win me over and the colour of his nose was always a surprise :)




 Hedgehog bun or is it a puffer fish? 
Luckily Brisbane has cute asian bakeries now so I can get my 'food shaped as cute things' fix!


Have you ever had a bubble o bill?

28 comments:

  1. OMG that hedgehog dessert is so cute! I want to eat it right now haha!
    ~Sara

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  2. Oh my goodness Fee I have tried that puffer fish guy - YUM!! :) bubble o bills were always delicious, do you remember the jelly tip ice cream? I can't remember what it was called but I used to get those if we walked to the shop at my grandmas house. Also - have-a-hearts :)

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    1. Yay did you get the puffer fish guy from chermside - he was yummo hey! So glad we have cute Japanese bakeries now and diaso *love*. I don't think I ever had a jelly tip ice cream - jibbed! Have-a-hearts will always remind me of Grandma :) Aww!

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  3. never had a bubble o bill, but we had a similar icecream when i was a child in sweden, a clown with a chewing gum nose and a chewing gum stick instead of the wooden one. plus chocolate hair? or something like that.
    sweet the portrait of you eating bubble o bill!

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    1. oh wow, sounds very similar I wonder who copied who! he he he controversial!

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  4. I miss Japanese bakeries... probably better for my waistline, though.

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  5. dont feel wally for not realising I am deaf! I didn't really make clear that I am deaf throughout my blog anyway. that is great that you are considering to learn the sign language - there is Auslan (australia sign language) and apparently it is quite similar to BSL. Maybe this will be useful for you - http://www.auslan.org.au/

    these kawaii food are cute! too cute to eat haha. I havent tried anything like that but would love to for sure x

    Katrina Sophia Blog

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    1. Oh yay! yes I've downloaded the Auslan app now, I'm really excited to learn :) I have one other question, you'd obviously encounter people that can't sign, do they just make up their own signs to get a message across? Sometimes when I go to learn a new sign it's not at all what I thought it would be or even the difference between other countries signs must get really confusing!

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  6. I haven't had a bubbalo bill in years! that brings back so many memories - they used to be my favourite as a kid too :-D I remember the pink icecream tasting delicious. I am definitely going to keep an eye out for them from now on!

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    1. the pink is one of the best bits, I actually think its the pink and chocolate (on the back) combo that is so good!

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  7. p.s. speaking of kawaii I found some hello kitty stuff that you might like and I would love to send it to you in the mail if you want to send me your address? :-)

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    1. Emily you are too sweet, I hope this doesn't turn into the 'still lost' post sadness that happened with Sara though :( because I really love mail!!
      My address is
      32 King Street
      Buderim, Qld
      Australia 4556

      :) :)

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    2. I hope it won't get lost :-S if it does though I'll send you a new one like I did with Sara :-)

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    3. we need to start protesting against Australia Post I think!

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  8. No i haven't, and I think i'm totally missing out!!!

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    1. you need to rectify that! lol but perhaps it's nostalgia that takes so yummo more than anything else :P

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  9. ha, very cute indeed. I miss all the funky food from Asia that comes in weird shapes and colours... xoxo

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  10. omg those are so cute! :)

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  11. No,but i would eat it if i find it here in Portugal :D

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    1. or just take a plane to Australia :) he he!

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  12. Never heard before of bubble o bill! :) We don't have any bubblegum icecream here but we do have one called Dracula (is that an international one?) with red jelly inside and black (coke taste) ice on the outside, and an strawberry cream one with the shape of a foot (called "Pie" quite an obvious name, hahaha). Thanks for sharing, love looking at beautiful food!

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    1. oh we don't have either of them but they both sound really cute - if you ever have one you should blog it :) lol

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  13. oh my gosh, these photos make me so nostalgic! :)

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