Childhood memories: Blowing Bubble Balloon
When I was younger, there was no iPad or whatever Pad to entertain me. One of my favourite activities was cycling and I always cycled to the nearest sundry shop to get this:
Blowing Balloon in a tub that smells like glue. Anybody remembers this?
During the Chinese New Year holidays, we introduced this to Ethan.
I squeezed it out for him and let him blow through the straw.
Blow he did and he enjoyed it!
He blew many bubble balloons.
And burst them on his forehead when he is bored! @_@
My sis-in-law could not resist and joined in the fun too! :D
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These days, quality lower. Very thin and breaks easily.
Me!!!! I’ll still buy it and blow bubbles everytime when I happen to come accross this bubble thingy, so funnn :D
I bought this too but the ballon is very fragile, not suitable for kid who are too “rude” :P
Yeah yeah yeah can remember..
My kids LOVE this!
I think they enjoy it even more by bursting it on their forehead x_x
Coincidentally, I also bought a few of these bubble balloon for my girls. They love playing it.
USed to buy it during schooling time. Each packet priced at 0.20. Mom will scold me the moment she saw this in my bag.heheheh
Happy Chinese New Year to you and family.
Wow!! Still remember this. Never played it for so long already like more than 100 years! Haha! They still selling them? : )
lol..so cute! I also played this during my childhood but I was a lousy balloon maker! it always burst!
my favourite those days.. used to blow directly using the mouth w/o the straw by bursting a hole and then patch it back.. hehehe..
My favourite too! I can only find these in small stalls in my kampung, never seen this before in KL.