This is just a small post with some photos of “these guys”…
My daughter’s Great uncle brought quite a few of these sweet puppies from Hong Kong to give her…
My daughter took them to school to share with her little friends and, as you can imagine looking at the pictures, it was an instant success…
Not surprising if you consider the age group of 3 to 4 year old and the general “cuteness” of the sweets.
The comments circled around the theme “wow! look at these guys…! They are too cute!”.
I really find it amazing, the imagination and skill involved to come up with such a visually appealing result from such a simple set of ingredients.
And apparently also very tasty, despite the fact that I couldn’t bring myself to eat any (must be getting soft with age), the children had them all surprisingly fast!
Well, before they disappeared I couldn’t resist so I just took these few photos, as a small homage to the ingenuity of the people who came up with this lovely idea!
Here’s a couple of photos to illustrate the scale of the little things…
I hope you enjoy watching the photos as much as I did shooting them!
There are some more in the gallery below…
Todo bem Geronimo
what’s with the hot wheels cars,
I didn’t think that was your cup of tea,
aren’t you european sports cars all the way !?
Great to have a comment from you…
As you very well know and remark I am a european sports cars man, but, since I had the Commander I started to understand the appeal of the big V8s therefore I am now also collecting miniature muscle cars.
Hope all is well with the three of you.
in that case Geronimo,, I guess you wouldn,t mind the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, 5.4 liters V8 engine, in the 2010 model it was given a kompressor, producing 547 HP(691 newtonmeter) and the Chevrolet Camaro SRT8,
they do stand out against their european rivals, like the BMW M3,
especially soundwise, broooooooooooom, brooooooooooooooooooooom…
They are really amusing cars, it’s just a shame that in terms of road handling they are so far from the european models… But that sound is just plain wonderful, driving an american V8 always brings a smile to my face!
Tomas, Gina & Caitlin
Have a good one !!
Thank you very, very much to the Three of you for remembering.
All the Best and hope I can see you soon,
talking about too hot to handle:
the Cadillac CTS-V,
6.2 liter V8, 564 HP (Jaguar XFR and AM Vintage both only have 510 HP)
747 Newtonmeter, 0-100 km 3.9 seconds, top-speed 308 km/h,
it’s a monster on wheels !!
I didn’t know you were so much into american cars…!
The CTS-V is a great car, it’s supposed to compete with BMW M5 and Mercedes E63 AMG. In terms of handling is, apparently, much better than the typical american car, but I’m not really sure if it can beat any of the germans.
Anyway it is an amazing machine and I do appreciate the concept of muscle car power in a more refined package.
I drop a leave a response when I like a article on a site or I have something to valuable to contribute to the discussion.
It’s triggered by the passion communicated in the post I browsed. And on this post About some sweet puppies | jeronimocg. I was moved enough to drop a comment 😛 I do have a few questions for you if you usually do not mind. Could it be only me or does it appear like some of the comments appear like left by brain dead folks? 😛 And, if you are posting at additional sites, I’d like to keep
up with you. Could you make a list every one of your
communal sites like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?