nutella

I had been wondering what nutella was when I visited some foreign blogs which introduce sweets. I knew it was kind of chocolate from the blogs, but I had wanted to try it.
One day, I had stumbled upon the nutella in the foreign section at the supermarket. The label said that it was made in Australia and it was made from cocoa, hazelnuts, skimmed milk and so on. I love nuts, so I bought it.

At first, my son and I spread on bread. It was a little too sweet, but it was creamy and tasted nuts as well. We like it.
Then today, nearly ten boys visited our small place, so I baked a banana and walnut cake and spread the nutella on top of the cake for them. I was glad they said it was good.

When I was a child, many children used to call someon's mother "Obasan". But nowadays nobody says "Obasan". They call "~'s mother". When I said "Obasan" of myself, a boy asked me "Who is 'Obasan'?"


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↓While I was jogging this morning, I found it was a perfect round and beautiful.
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I'm surprised! On many dramas, people often say "Obasan" for someone else's mother. But maybe this also refers to a woman they're sort of close to.

I also saw on dramas young men being addressed as "boya" but I heard this is old fashioned now.

I've never tried nutella, although everyone here is crazy for it, and it is easy to find.

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Hi, Always visiting.

Probably some mothers, especially young mothers don't want to be called 'Obasan'.
I'm OK if children call me 'Obasan', but even I don't want older people than children to call me that way.
So I think many mothers don't make their children call someone else's mother 'Obasan'.
We don't have a good image of it.
Thank you for your comment.

English Corrections

Original Article:

I had been wondering what nutella was when I visited some foreign blogs which introduce sweets. I knew it was kind of chocolate from the blogs, but I had wanted to try it.
One day, I had stumbled upon the nutella in the foreign section at the supermarket. The label said that it was made in Australia and it was made from cocoa, hazelnuts, skimmed milk and so on. I love nuts, so I bought it.

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Recommended Corrections:

I had been wondering what nutella was when I visited some foreign blogs which introduce sweets. I knew it was a kind of chocolate from the way it was described in the blogs, and I had wanted to try some.

One day, I stumbled upon some jars of nutella in the foreign section of our neighborhood supermarket. The label indicated that it was produced in Australia and that its ingredients include cocoa, hazelnuts, skimmed milk, as well as several other ingredients. I love nuts, so I bought one.


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Original Article:

At first, my son and I spread on bread. It was a little too sweet, but it was creamy and tasted nuts as well. We like it.
Then today, nearly ten boys visited our small place, so I baked a banana and walnut cake and spread the nutella on top of the cake for them. I was glad they said it was good.

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Recommended Corrections:

My son and I tried some on bread. Although I had found it to be a little too sweet, it was creamy and it had a nutty flavor. We like it.

Today, nearly ten boys visited our small place, so I baked a banana and walnut cake. I then spread some nutella on top of it. I was glad when they said it was good.

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Original Article:

When I was a child, many children used to call someon's mother "Obasan". But nowadays nobody says "Obasan". They call "~'s mother". When I said "Obasan" of myself, a boy asked me "Who is 'Obasan'?"

↓While I was jogging this morning, I found it was a perfect round and beautiful.

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Recommended Corrections:

When I was a child, children used to call mothers "Obasan". But nowadays nobody says "Obasan". They now say, "mother". Once, when I referred to myself as an Obasan, a boy asked me, "Who is Obasan?"

While I was jogging this morning, I found a beautiful and perfectly round dandelion ready to seed.

Re: English Corrections

Hello, shiroi tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections.
I'm sorry to say that but you may misunderstand about 'Obasan' I mentioned.
'Obasan' in Japanese is called from someone else not from your own children. However, the reason why I said 'Obasan' of myself was that I addressed other boys but my son.
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