I eat panda nearly each day - and you?
December 14, 2008 8:58am CST
If you are curious what i mean with this sentence you'll know it in a minute :-) I bought some Mini-Pandas in our supermarket and when i'm hungry and there is nothing else around, i will take some of the Pandas out of the box and simply eat the Biscuit-Pandas. Every time i have to think about this poor Panda in my fingers when he'll be eaten by me. But they taste so good, that i buy every week around 3 - 7 boxes of it :-) I never could eat Real Pandas. They are so handsome in the real nature or in the zoo. Do you like Pandas, too? Would you eat Pandas in real or just the Biscuit-Pandas? Have a nice time with my discussion!
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26 Dec 08
Hello dookie03, just have a look in my profile because i forgot to add the panda-cookie-pic within my discussion. Then you now which cute pandas i eat nearly daily ;-) I think the pandas are only available in Malaysia (i buy them in Giant supermarket), perhaps in Singapore, too. But not outside of USA, therefore i only could send you some by mail. Have a good weekend!
17 Dec 08
Hello Tamara, hmm, do you or does anyone know if there are people who eat the meat of a panda in real? Because like one of my responder wrote they are under protection. Does anybody know something about this? And yes, i think they are only available in asia :-)
13 Jan 09
Hello newuser_99, yes, sometimes shocking titles attracting more users to respond to discussions . I hope you feel well again after this shock. I eat these cookie tomorrow again, bought today again two packages. A real panda didn't walk across my way either, only these biscuits. Enjoy your time in myLot!
14 Dec 08
Very clever I had to do a couple of takes on this discussion,we have chocolate animals here but they are all sorts,the simple answer to could I eat pandas is no.There are not enough in the wild as it is,if they were like cows and sheep I suppose you would then.
26 Dec 08
Hello suzzy3, a little bit fun or irony is in my discussion, you're right :-) Hope you're not angry that you have to re-read it several times. I like them very much, delicious, sweet but very less sugar in it. Also good for kids. Have a good weekend before we take off for 2009.
14 Dec 08
Hello my friend cornyman Ji, Well, to be true, we are vegetarian and do not eat anything which can be claimed under non-veg category. So i would also prefer to eat panda-biscuits only. In reality, leave pandas upto Zoo, so taht children will enjoy seeing them. may God bless you and have great time.
16 Dec 08
Hello maygodblessu44, the biscuits would be suitable for vegetarians, no meat or eggs inside, just the normal ingredients for biscuits (flour, oil, sugar, butter, cocoa powder, syrup, vanilla, salt). If you like sweeties then you'll definitely like the Pandas :-) I also like to see the Pandas in zoos or in the Wildlife documentary movies which you can watch in the television. Have a good evening!
14 Dec 08
Interesting discussion and too some extent it sounds odd. One must read it very carefully to get the humor. Bravo. Pandas are very cute creature. But it is an endangered species and highly threatened. The name also appears in the endangered animal list. See here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_Panda However, matter of fact is that I have no problem eating animals - but I do not feel comfortable to eat animal shaped foods. It is a common practice here to make confectioneries in the shape of popular puppets, human figurines, or fishes. But I feel bad to eat such food. So, I can not think of eating Pandas in reality and not even Biscuit-Pandas.
15 Dec 08
Hello nilzerous1, Sure, you should take my discussion with a little bit of humor. I also like Pandas very much when they are alive in the nature. In the past i used to watch a cartoon called Pan tau (or similar name) in which a panda was the main actor. Since them they are one of my favorite animals. I only bought these snack-Pandas because they don't have these ingredients who make you extremely sick like coloring and so on. Have a nice day!
18 Jan 09
hmmm u mean to say abt panda shaped biscuits,i have not seen them anywhere until now but if i ca a chance then definitely i would try...ofcourse who don't want to eat good biscuits?? coming to the real pandas,well i hope i don't dare to experiment that much..
16 Jan 09
I was going to get very upset, but then I read through this properly. I had difficulty eating a piece of liquorice which looked like a panda, so no, I wouldn't be able to eat a real one. They are my favourite animal, they are very cute and fluffy. I've never actually seen a 'real' panda in 'real' life, but I really would like to.
17 Jan 09
Hello dorypanda, sure, when i saw your name as my last response to this discussion i thought that something like upset must be written by you . It's just a provocative title, but i think not everyone likes this kind of discussion otherwise there would be more responses . No need to eat real or biscuit pandas if you don't like. It's just my taste to eat the biscuits Enjoy your time in myLot!
13 Jan 09
I can't say that I would eat a real Panda, a biscuit however is another story all together. I personally have enough trouble eating beef, chicken and fish. I love to try new foods but I draw the line at the more exotic. I hope that you continue to enjoy your Pandas!
18 Jan 09
Hello sahmof2, now you've heard for the first time of biscuit- pandas, am i right Sure, i wouldn't eat real pandas, too. They are protected by law an environmentalist. So would also be difficult to hunt them. Enjoy your time in myLot and when you're one day in Malaysia go to big shopping centres and look for the pandas (a picture of them is in my profile) .
14 Jan 09
Hello orevro, oh that's a good idea for our Baby-to-be in the next weeks. It takes 6 years until he will go to school but if they are still available somewhere we will give him some for the breaks between the lessons. Luckily you have the same taste like me Enjoy the time in myLot!
• United States
9 Jan 09
At first, I thought you were talking about Panda Express...a Chinese eat place here in the United States. But then, I realized by your writing you aren't American. I've eaten Oreos and the likes, but what I really love to eat are "Marching Kolas". They're an Asian cookie in the shape of a kola with some chocolate, or strawberry or even vanilla creame in the middle and they are so delicious. I feel guilty when I eat them, because I buy them for the children and they're lucky if they get any. HAHAHA! *Pleiades
11 Jan 09
Hello Pleiades, hmm, perhaps i can find these Asien cookies somewhere here in Malaysia,too. Because i know from your description that i would like to eat them too :-) And i guess when my son is there (due date within 5 weeks) i have to give him in some months also some of the cookies. Oh my writing, you mean cookies and biscuits ;-) Enjoy the time in myLot and keep on posting!
31 Dec 08
oh oh OH... i love those pandas too. i love the chocolate flavoured ones. they are my snack food. and yes, there is no way i would eat pandas. for one they are endangered and for two, which parts can we eat? I mean, it's odd and i'm not whacky enough to try.
• United States
27 Dec 08
I have no idea what a "mini-panda" is! But since you have clarified that you are not eating a real panda, as in the "bear" then you will remain one of my top friends! I'm sure that had you worried! So tell me, what the heck are they? Sweets? What type? Do tell and I will tell if I would eat one!
10 Jan 09
Hello SueD823, just have a quick look in my profile. There you can see a picture of them (as i forget to upload it to the discussion :-( ). They are cute and sweet, but not very sugary. It's cocoa powder with vanilla mixed. Very tasty. Have a good time here and everywhere!
26 Dec 08
You scared me by your discussion title, how could you eat panda? Yeah, I do like panda, they are so cute and lovely, and also they are very tame, I think none of us can eat panda, as they are protected animals, right? Well, of course, I don't mind eating biscuits pandas. There are many biscuits made in panda shapes, which are very cute too.
8 Jan 09
Hello kaka135, for sure this was an ironic question as discussion subject ;-) I never could eat a real panda even if they would offer me one. I think you know the panda which i mean. Did you watch in my profile for the pic? You're from Malaysia as well i only live here until 2010 but i like these pandas so much, no week without them and they are so cheap (only 2,20 Ringgit = 0,45 EUR). Which other panda biscuits are available in Malaysia, only seen this until now? Have a great time in myLot!
7 Jan 09
Hello riyasam, yes, there are really biscuit-pandas in Malaysia :-) I think in the future my son will also like to eat these sweet things more than me and i have to take care that i will a single one before they are all eaten by him and my wife :-) Have a great time in myLot and good luck in 2009!
17 Dec 08
Thank goodness you where not talking about real pandas. They really are so cute and lovely looking. I have never heard of panda biscuits though. They must be really good as you cannot stop eating them. I will look out for them the next time I go shopping.
31 Dec 08
Hello Lakota12, i don't believe they eat panda in our time but definitely in the past :-) Just have a look in my profile there i have a picture of the panda biscuits perhaps you know them from some shops in your country. Have a great time in myLot and a Happy New Year!
31 Dec 08
Hello kruce123636, i hope you read the text to my discussion, too :-) Otherwise you didn't understand that the title was just a little bit provocative. In reality i don't eat real pandas. They are only biscuit pandas. Nothing to complain. I wouldn't eat pandas if someone wanted to sell this as dish because i like them. They are cute animals :-) Have a nice time in myLot and good luck for 2009!