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Chewing Gum what would we do without it?

We'd be a lot better off without it!
On the other hand if you want to look like a dairy cow chewing the cud, it's your choice....
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i love chewing gum
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Chewing Gum what would we do without it?

Are you a manic-chewer? Maybe, like me, you’re chewing right this instance? Do you remember Roald Dahl’s cautionary tale …

Nevertheless, I think that the majority of our generation owe the successes of thier love-life to this sticky, white, rubber accessory.
Yep, chweing gum is great.
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Chewing Gum what would we do without it?

Are you a manic-chewer? Maybe, like me, you’re chewing right this instance? Do you remember Roald Dahl’s cautionary tale …

Nevertheless, I think that the majority of our generation owe the successes of thier love-life to this sticky, white, rubber accessory.

You like chewing gum but they did a test once between people chewing and people not chewing the people that were chewing had less concentration and less score........
Also it's realy bad. all the town centres and every where is plastered with chewing gum
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(Original post by bradders)
Chewing Gum what would we do without it?

Are you a manic-chewer? Maybe, like me, you’re chewing right this instance? Do you remember Roald Dahl’s cautionary tale …

Nevertheless, I think that the majority of our generation owe the successes of thier love-life to this sticky, white, rubber accessory.
Yeah, also good for sticking in your mates hair....
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Singapore's chewing gum ban has been partially lifted. However, it is only for medical purposes and is only available by prescription!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asi...ic/2494499.stm

I like what the statesman said: 'If you can't think because you can't chew, try a banana.'
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Singapore's chewing gum ban has been partially lifted. However, it is only for medical purposes and is only available by prescription!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asi...ic/2494499.stm

I like what the statesman said: 'If you can't think because you can't chew, try a banana.'
lol.. :rolleyes:
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Singapore's chewing gum ban has been partially lifted. However, it is only for medical purposes and is only available by prescription!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asi...ic/2494499.stm

I like what the statesman said: 'If you can't think because you can't chew, try a banana.'
& for what medical purposes??? :eek:
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& for what medical purposes??? :eek:
Apparently, smokers trying to give up are prescribed nicotine gum.
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Apparently, smokers trying to give up are prescribed nicotine gum.
yep. i love chewing gum...but not on the streets, if your going to chew it, thats fine, but atleast bin it properly
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yep. i love chewing gum...but not on the streets, if your going to chew it, thats fine, but atleast bin it properly
I've started a nasty habit of swallowing mine when I've finished.
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I've started a nasty habit of swallowing mine when I've finished.
Eeeeeeeeew, any digestive problems?
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I've started a nasty habit of swallowing mine when I've finished.
Yeah, I do that.
It's marvellous stuff, especially for breath-freshening purposes.
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Yeah, I do that.
It's marvellous stuff, especially for breath-freshening purposes.
yep i love chewing gum i have 2 packets a day (im addicted!!!)
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im fine without it because i couldnt have it while i had braces
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And Chomps for 10 p!
Chomps are still 10p or am I wrong? I'm suprised they haven't gone up in price. The price of a tiny milky bar (really small) is 15p it crazy.
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Chomps are still 10p or am I wrong? I'm suprised they haven't gone up in price. The price of a tiny milky bar (really small) is 15p it crazy.
I thought they'd gone up to 15 or 20? Not sure....
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I can't believe they're... what, 15p now? 20?
And Opan Fruits! I was outraged when they changed it.
marathon bars are befor my time, now.
Sherbert Fountains for 10p.... *sob*
Opal Fruits ruled!

I hate the way companies change UK brand names to 'fit in' with the international name.

Jif to Cif was a terrible move.
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Chomps are still 10p or am I wrong? I'm suprised they haven't gone up in price. The price of a tiny milky bar (really small) is 15p it crazy.
I'm sure they went up to 15 p. I stopped buying them then.
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