Very blandest!

Very blandest!

posted on 29 Jan 2021 in Clothing

This is why I only eat Swiss chocolate…

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Child’s shirt spotted in Tokyo. 

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algernon
algernon
30 days ago

To many O’s

algernon
algernon
30 days ago

So not real chocolate

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
30 days ago

Something tells me this chocolate comes in a box.

Chris
Chris
30 days ago

Did he just call me a co-unt?

Marum
Marum
29 days ago

There are a few things I know of, which finish in “unt”.

And one of them is extremely delicious.

Marum
Marum
29 days ago

Is it a verb or a noun?

Chris
Chris
29 days ago

@ Marum: Bunt?

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
29 days ago

Printing a red donut on a child’s shirt; now, is that the message they really want to send?

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
29 days ago

@Marum: You can have my Aunt for dessert, I mean desert.

Marum
Marum
29 days ago

“paka” is an informal goodbye in Russian.

Like see-ya, or ciao.

Marum
Marum
29 days ago

PS. I asked a Russian Bloke tonight, (Friday Brissie time) and he tells me it is pronounced “rrraka”.

If you can roll your RRRs; like the Germans or Spanish do. NB. the trilled R in Espanol.

Kristo-Ham
Kristo-Ham
25 days ago

@Marum But this is in Tokyo, and in Japanese “paka” is a sound, like “plunk” or “snap”, such as opening a lunch box lid.

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