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Monday, 21 January 2013

Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere

 After breakfast, we went back to the room. I wanted to play bubble that Mamarazzi bought for me from Jonker Street night market.



Have you seen these before? Now it's selling 10sens each. Mamarazzi said she used to play these when she was in primary school




Just squeeze a bit on to the mini "straw"


And blow

 Eee...sticky sticky leh....


 Alamak...what's happening....loosing "air". Mamarazzi tried to "save" it by sealing the "bocor" place but too late.

I wanna try blow too la.



Eh...not bad ah first time blowing.

69 comments:

  1. Auntie used to play this when younger... almost pupus liao this stuff...kids these days dun play wif it anymore. :S

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    1. coz got one time say poisonous so nobody play lor

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  2. I used to play this too. Now old already never play for a long, long, long time. Good that Mamarazzi buy this for you to play because it is very fun!

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    1. kebetulan found it in Jonker street

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  3. I played that...and my daughter too! But it seems that the ones these days - the quality not so good. Will "lau hong" very easily....

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    1. ya wor..these ones very fast pecah

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  4. what fun. I like to play with bubbles too. xo

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  5. I remember this, used to play it when young...

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  6. wow meow that really bring back my memory..
    when i was a kid I use to play this bubble..

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    1. I think many have played before except the i-generation

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  7. I remember that if the buble burst we can use our mouth to mend the hole..
    then we could make few bubbles inside the big bubble...

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    1. yes...then add some more bubble and cantum in. Also add some more of the "paste"to make the bubble bigger

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  8. I really have not seen this around....

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    1. yup....not even at kedai runcit . last time can get at kedai runcit and school canteen

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  9. I long time never play around with it too...I used to play this bubbles when I was young.

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  10. wah, still can find this bubble tube!! i long time never seen this before already, haha.. in fact last time when a kid also seldom play lah..

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    1. 10 sen each ah, how much was last time ah?? i think maybe 20 sen for three?? and i remember it was slightly bigger hor??

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    2. hahaha, actually very fun playing with this bubble one.. especially mending the lobang, haha!! always do that and compete to see whose bubble can last the longest..

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    3. now kids don't play with this lu.. most playing with soap bubbles, and even soap bubbles not those blow one, but those that comes out automatically from a battery operated gun.. i saw that at Sg Wang and almost wanted to buy that RM10 each..

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    4. Dont really remember how much was it last time. Maybe 5sen each? Ya wor..the tube like shrunk already

      now these cant last that long la. very fast bocor :(

      Wahhh you wanna buy that for me is it? :p

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  11. Aiyo I miss this mini trick! Used to play with it when I was a kid, that time selling very cheap only...

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    1. But now I hardly see it jor...

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    2. Ya now hardly can find it.

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  12. Oh! This one~~ my kids love to play with this bubble. Their caregiver has an old-school kedai runcit and she got it for them once a while :D

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    1. I also like to play with this when I was young.

      Then after lau hong, would squeeze it and "pop" it onto the forehead, kakakaka! Silly~

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    2. OOO....hahaha same here la...But now cant find la in the city

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  13. Need some skills in blowing so that it won't pecah easily. All bloggers have played this before or at the least seen it before haha.

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  14. Macam still can smell the smell now. had fun blow and explode it before.meanding the holes with lips.

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  15. Haven't played this for a long time. Can I join u??

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  16. Eh, this brings back memories! My grandma used to buy it for me from the toyshop. It was one of my favourite things to blow bubbles. Didn't know it is still around.

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    1. why not you go back this CNY and see

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  17. So nostalgic la looking at that bubbles thingy. :)

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  18. whoa you also have this?
    its been ages since the last time i saw this one

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  19. i used to enjoy that back in my
    childhood days but i remember my first trial
    i dind't get to have a bubble

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  20. we call those plastic balloons
    and we combine it with each other

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  21. we also used that as a ball hahaha
    we toss it in the air and then we must never let it
    touch the ground

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    1. ya once touch the ground then it's a goner

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  22. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take care and god bless you always

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  23. hey... those were the days for us.. i thought nowadays no more of these chui fei por already...

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  24. I really forgot about these bubbles!!!! What a wonderful down memory lane...

    I used to be messy with them and got glued by the sticky paste on my clothes. My brother was expert in blowing and I loved the petroleum smell... Mmmmmn...

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    1. adoi...habis la....sure kena your mom scold

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  25. I used the buy them at 5 sen and now they are selling at 10 sen!! No inflation at all.

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    1. Ya not that expensive la but the tube seems smaller. Dont know Mamarazzi's hand gone bigger or the tube gone smaller :p

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  26. After so many years, it's still selling at 10sen only?? That's cheap! Loved playing with this bubble when I was young too.

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  27. Brings back memories of my childhood days. I don't know if I m weird but I enjoy the smell of the paste.

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  28. That's good fun!!Nothing can beat a vintage toy/game...wish we could buy them here too:(

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  29. I bought a box of this at Publika flea market & so excited to play with it however the bubble not suitable for Sam, too fragile >.<

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  30. I haven't seen this type of bubble any more. I would like to buy it for my girls. This was one of my favourite when I was young.

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    1. Still have. Seems that Ah Hua's Babysitter can find it :)

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  31. Aiya! My favourite toy when I was young.

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    1. Hahaha.....brings back memeories right?

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