Recreational chewing:
A retrospective

Blackjacks and Beemans:

The origins of chicline

Blibber-Blubber Doubble Bubble

Workin' on the Chain Gang

Gum Facts
(that smack of the truth)

Gumball Machine

The irrepressible Wrigley

Pick 'n Chews Pilgrimages

Tom and Becky: A love story

Sticky Questions — a quiz

Pick 'n Chew Pilgrimage

Sculptor Les Levine immortalizes gum in 18-kt gold. He casts tiny sculptures from actual pieces of chewed gum, and displays them in his Greenwich Village Museum of Mott Art in New York City.

Gum Alley: It has no official name, but it's the alley right next to 733 Higuera Street in San Luis Obispo, California. People have been depositing their chewed gum on the side of the old brick building there for over a decade. A wonderfully tacky mural in every sense of the word!

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