Great Balls of Sweetness #WordlessWednesday

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Walking down a Girgaon street during Ganesha festival which got over last week, I came across these huge big boondi laddoos suspended from a street shop ceiling .

It was the most amazing sight I’d ever seen and somehow reminded me of Jerry Lewis’ ‘Great Balls of Fire ‘.

Leaving you with memories of this song brought on by these Great Balls of Sweetness.

Sharing this with Esha and Natasha on #WordlessWednesday.

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A granny who always sees the humour in life and tries to do things differently. When others make cupcakes, this granny makes banana fritters. When she’s not busy chasing her grandchildren who love making her run around, she indulges in her passions of reading, writing, meeting friends and watching movies. And somewhere between all this she enjoys travelling and cooking!

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6 Responses

  1. Obsessivemom says:

    It’s interesting how such a very Indian thing reminded you of this song :-). Our minds work in peculiar ways. What are those ridged things?
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    • Unishta says:

      Those ridged things are boondi modaks . They look pretty revolting to me . And our minds do work in strange ways . Ganpati would have freaked hearing this song I’m sure !

  2. Natasha says:

    I love the way the balls of sweetness are suspended from the ceiling. Interesting how something so simple drew you to a song from memory.

    Thanks for this unique link-up Sunita, for #WordlessWednesday

    Love, Light and Laughter
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  3. Soumya says:

    The title made me smile cheekily and then sweetly 😀
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