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You tiao is long crispy golden fried bread with a soft interior popular as a breakfast food in Singapore and Chinese cuisine.
This card shows the structure of one of the chemicals that contributes to the flavour of you tiao. The caption "can you tiao how much I’ve missed you?" is a pun, a play on words where "tiao" sounds like "tell"
Suitable for when you’re thinking of or missing someone for friends or long-distance relationships or pandemic separations. You can also send for Birthdays or Valentine's Day. Foodies would absolutely love this punny card.
Greeting: can you tiao how much I’ve missed you
Size: A2, 5.5 x 4.25 in (14 x 10.8 cm)
Quantity: 1 card with envelope
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