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sweet postcards by KlaudiaK sweet postcards by KlaudiaK
Request from :iconsukokitsune:

This time some sugar with autumn' colours :D
Nevertheless I was happy to received this request - even if took so long... but those are SD!! - it always gets me frustration :XD:

So all family complete xD ahhh... I love those morons

Anyway...Who holds what:
Türkiye has aşure - other name: Noah' pudding. Greece has baklava/μπακλαβας [baklavas]. Cyprus in one hand has kurabiedes and muhallebili kurabiye ('cause was more interesting instead of only white cakes), then second hand grabs TRNC' butt xD - while the latest one holds (rosy) lokum :laughing:
(anyway turkish n greek food rules x3)

Hetalia: Türkiye x Greece | Cyprus x TRNC
art, postage stamps, clothes design n all (as always): me/KlaudiaKİ
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fotino00 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013
Great, now I'm hungry (I must search for lokum or baklavas at my house!!) I like kurabiedes too (even if I prefer melomakarona), but I eat them only at Christmas...  
Morrigansfury Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I recognize Asure, Baklava and Turkish delight but not kurabiedes and muhallebili kurabiye
What are kurabiedes and muhallebili kurabiye?
CandyTwister Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Where do you come from because these really are Turkish traditional sweets...? AND I SHALL EAT ALL THIS SUMMER!!!!!!!!!!!!!
KlaudiaK Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2012   Digital Artist
:laughing: lol they are Turkish but also a Greek (I mean baklava n kurabiedes n lokum/lokumi)
I'm sure u will be happy to eat all those sweets (oh btw I can recommended sütlaç as well x) actually personally like it more then Noah'pudding xD)
a and I'm from Poland.
CandyTwister Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I'm from Turkey and I of course wil eat all these! YAY! And sütlaç will be no prob since Anneanne's close friend and neighbor makes amazing sütlaç and Anneanne makes wonderful muhallebi! :D Yay me!

BTW I'm also half Swedish soooo... Yeah!
KlaudiaK Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2012   Digital Artist
:giggle: cool.
yeah muhallebi can be awesome but I eat an awful one too (as same as kurabiedes) T^T but oh well nobody is perfect in everything (and that was only once) lol :D so anyway can agree with that muhallebi rules :D

:D well I'm 100% Pole xD
even if theoretically my reaaaaally ooooooold ancestor was turk so pfyt...but in other way who cares xD
I like sweets n çay that's all I guess xD
CandyTwister Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I love sweets but my Mum says I'm still growing so it's half a cup of çay for me a day or maybe a week.

To the small writing; 'Ho rly?'
KlaudiaK Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2012   Digital Artist
hehehe I'm definitely over it xD cos I have my own kid right now ;P but guess your Anne has right...anyway I always ate sweet things and definitely do not like bitter once xD

theoretically yes xD but that was few centuries ago I I do not really think of it xD
CandyTwister Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Anneanne means grandma, silly XD. It's Turkish! And yes, sweet things are pleasing to the tongue.
BTW I am quite young, I love kids but... Meh.
KlaudiaK Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2012   Digital Artist
Oh I know some turkish words xD...anyway in polish anneanne is may be more hilarious cos its babunia or babcia x]
of course sweets are one of the best stuff on the world =^^=
haha honestly I do not like kids very much - I like just (only) mine xDDDDDDD lol
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