Friday, April 10, 2015

Ilama (A-to-Z challenge 2015)

Hello and welcome to a new fruity A-to-Z challenge post.

I'm really not use to write this sort of post and I want them to be funny and informative and I think I have been also giving a lot of information about myself. Maybe I just need to get things out. I think I'm pretty good at nonsensical posts. I hope you like them.

The letter for today is i and I could have gone with the Ice-cream-bean, yes, yes, that's a real fruit from South America especially grown in the Amazonian forest which is used from medicine and alcoholic beverage on top of being eatable. It apparently tastes like vanilla ice cream. Funny! 

But I hate ice cream, and people don't get it when you hate ice cream because there are a lot of different ice cream, because there are a lot of different texture of ice cream, because ice cream can be used as comfort food, because ice cream is super creamy, because ice cream it THE dessert for Christmas eve at your family and everyone is eating it so you should make an effort and have some too, well, melt it for me first, I don't like ice cream because it's cold, now what do you have to say to this?

So yes, I refuse to talk about ice cream and ice-cream-bean even if it's not related to ice cream. So instead, let me introduce the ilama. That sounds like "i robot" but with a lama instead, ilama. (At least in my head) So that makes it pretty cool. It's a fruit from central America and it's name comes from the Nahualt lamatzapotl, the Spanish just shortened it to ilama and it was then adopted in English. You are supposed to eat the ilama with some cream and sugar and a bit of lemon drops, sounds pretty good to me.
Before you ask, Nahualt are also known as Aztec.

And as I'm a total show off from time to time, this is I and the lama.

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1 comment:

  1. Lol, so I've learned 2 new things by visiting your blog today...and I love ice cream! If I ever go south, I'll certainly try a new nut!
    @Get Lost in Lit