Why aren’t there more products using “bubble” flavour?
It’s only in gum for some reason.
note: my bubblegum tastes like soap.
double note: bubblegumboots probably wouldn’t wear out.
triple note: I’m sure most kids are operating in “a bubblegum economy“.
quadruple note: not many things taste like soap … except soap for some reason.
Today was pretty good, but to be fair … you can’t really mess up a Sunday too badly.
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You know how kids make those gob bubbles using the saliva in their mouths?
It’s really easy actually!!!
note: we all live in our own little bubbles… some more literally than others.
… or maybe that should be puddles.
Today was like a tuna fish sandwich … a tiny little bit redundant.
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I’m no archaeologist, but …
I don’t think carbon dating should actually be classified as a great scientific method.
If there are bubbles, then it’s new; if there are no bubbles, then it’s old.
It doesn’t seem that difficult really.
note: Coca Cola on sale is a Bubble Economy too!
double note: I really don’t believe in carbon dating. I like women of my species better, or at least reasonably close to my species.
triple note: Do scientists use carbon paper to clone stuff?
quadruple note: If 2 countries are exactly alike, are they carbonations?
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