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- n. Alternative form of bubblegum.
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- n. a kind of chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles
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" She puckered her bubble gum mouth until its exaggerated sensuality drew attention away from the blood-blue crescents beneath her eyes.
Like those college dorm-room debates about the meaning of life, the conversations were like bubble gum or gobstoppers—junk you eventually lost the taste for, or feared you’d choke on.
"There's probably no subject with quite so many conflictin" opinions about it as there are about food, and 'tis better to swap bubble gum with a rabid bulldog than challenge a single one o" the varyin" beliefs your average human holds about nutrition, but 'tis obvious that diet must've played an important role in Alobar and Kudra's long-run performance.
We wanted Garbage Pail Kids and Pac-Man sticker trading cards, packaged with sticks of bone-hard bubble gum you could rub against the pavement to write out your name in pink zigzagged letters, a scent of hot caramelized sugar lingering on the concrete.
I haven’t put it in my will that I want Ian Guthrie to have my lifetime supply of sugarless bubble gum and that I want Heather Guthrie to have my earrings.