Singapore Sweet

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This piece of art turned my head at ION. Thought it was very pretty indeed and I liked the shade of blue toned red they used for the sweet wrapper.

I tend to use the word sweet rather than the american term candy. I used to be confused when B referred to lollipops and toffees as candy.

To me candy is coconut candy, something that my mum makes with sugar & grated coconut. Or candy floss.

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2 Responses to Singapore Sweet

  1. christo varghese says:

    For me anything wrapped as such is easily termed chocolate, habit from my childhood. I only started using the term sweets in my teen years. And i want that Singapore chocolate.

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