Meet Sticky Rice

Jan 25, 2011

Sticky rice in Thailand is so famous that some people prefer it over the
pleasant aroma of plain rice. Its translation in Thai is Khao-niao (pronounced cow-nee-iao). I, for one, love it sometimes.

One morning when our friendly neighbor uttered Khao-niao (as if calling something or someone), a cute little puppy out of nowhere suddenly appeared- tail wiggling. He was wearing a doggy tailored shirt that fits perfectly to him.

Khao-niao is a very cute and friendly puppy. Every time i arrive from work he always run towards me, ready to play. I don't own him or even have a dog, but because of him - it made me think of having one.

4 comments:

fish lover said...

I like sticky rice, we call it biko overhere in the Philippines. Thanks for following me, I'm your new follower. Hope we could exchange links of these days.

JOYIEandJP said...

I like biko too. One of my favorite actually. Thanks also for following back. Sure we can exchange links.

Miss `Chievous said...

In our hometown, we call it "suman". Dogs can really teach one how to appreciate life and how to be gentle. Owning one can make you a far better person. I suggest you do buy one. :)

JOYIEandJP said...

I appreciate your suggestion Miss Chievous. Yeah, In fact i am contemplating of having one.

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