If you are planning a bubble gum bubble blowing contest then bazooka gum is the gum to go with. Everyone knows that bazooka makes the best bubbles and it tastes good too. Even if you don't blow the biggest bubble you are still a winner as you get a funny comic to read along with a fortune.
Tips for removing gum :
If you get bubble gum in your hair, before cutting try some baby oil that will soften the gum and help to get it out. Somehow at least once in our life time we manage to get bubble up in our hair.
If you get gum on your shoes or clothing try freezing the item or rubbing ice on it. The ice will harden the bubble gum and if you are lucky you can pry it off.
If you have bubble gum in your pocket and your clothes go in the dryer, well lets face it you are one sticky mess and more then likely everything goes in the trash.
Bazooka Bubble Gum History:
It was after World War II ended that Topps developed its Bazooka Bubble Gum product in Brooklyn, New York. It was named after the humorous musical instrument which entertainer Bob Burns had fashioned from two gas pipes and a funnel in the 1930s. (This contraption also gave its name to the armor-piercing weapon developed during the War.)
Bazooka, with its distinctive name, taste, and red, white and blue logo and packaging, soon became a familiar part of Americana. As a matter of fact, a psychological study of tastes and smells that bring back memories found that one of the most frequently identified items was Bazooka Bubble Gum.
Bazooka is also famous for the popular series of Bazooka Joe comics, first introduced in 1953 to add extra interest for youngsters. Topps has developed more than 700 comics over the years.
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