When I was younger, my parents would get me and my sister some type of candy for Valentine's Day. One year, I remember, my dad got me this huge bucket of Dubble Bubble Gum. It took me months to even get close to finishing it. When the gum finally started to run out, my whole family had started to help me eat it. The last few pieces in the bucket started to get hard because it was taking me so long to get through the whole bucket, and by the time we got to those last few pieces, we noticed it was becoming increasingly harder to chew the gum. So my sister came up with the idea to microwave the gum for a short period of time before chewing it to soften it up. It worked well and we finally finished the bucket of Dubble Bubble Gum! Samantha from Minnesota
When I was 8 years old I saved up a dollar and my dad took me to a Ben Franklin store and I bought 100 pieces of penny candy. I hoarded my treasure in a briwn paper bag under my bed to hide it from my siblings. I made that candy last. To this day the smell of bubble gum is one of my most treasured memories of that day. Even though I can no longer chew it I still keep bubble gum in a jar with other candies just so I can smell that wonderful memory. Later my favorite candy was Razzles and Gold Rush gum in a bag, as well as atomic fireball candy. I am a candyholic. Marcia from Missouri
Ratings & Reviews
Posted by: Evelyn L.
Same great flavor
Great bubble gum & it's just as I remembered it to be. You won't go wrong with Dubble Bubble!
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