Immediately after work, I drove to one fruit grocery to look for Raspberries... but when I reached the stall, I couldn't recall the name "raspberries" and instead told the lady that I wanted those berries...red in colour one, I said... She then pointed at some red berries and blue berries... I shook my head.. "no..no.. not these type.. er..they are of rougher skin one..." Crucial moment ... cracking my head to recall the name of "raspberries" but couldn't then.... sigh.... (need to eat more gingko seeds, right?) The lady left me be since she didn't know what I wanted.... I looked around on the fruit shelves and this box caught my eyes instead...... Bunchkins! Since I cannot get the raspberries (now must repeat many times to remember) I bought this packet home.... Curious to know how they taste like... They are actually "mini-sized" grapes... also known as "Champagne grapes" See how small they are.... This is the first time I am eating these seedless baby grapes.. They are juicier if you eat them just like I did a moment ago... One tablespoon inside the mouth and "squashed" to bits! (。◕‿◕。)

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