Bazooka Bubble Gum

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Once I think of bubble gum, I think of one: Bazooka. Do you remember wanting Bazooka bubble gum simply due to Bazooka Joe? I did. Bazooka Bubble Gum is just the same. Did you understand that the title, the packaging was no collision? No kidding! Needless to say, you recognize the colour of the packaging: red, white, and blue. Bazooka Bubble Gum came into being soon after the war.
Do you know where the title came from? After a bit of research, I discovered that the title of Bazooka Bubble Gum wasn’t named after the armor piercing weapon used in WWII, but was named after Bob Burns, the entertainer. I wonder if the title of the armor was, actually named from the same? Some argue that it was. He didn’t grace the gum until 1953, and has starred in some 700 comics because! He had been created just to catch the attention of young’uns. I understand he is not ready to retire, however, will continue with his antics for another decade.
Did you know that up until 1970, the purchase price of Bazooka Gum didn’t increase? For some 20-odd decades, the purchase price of this piece of amusement was only 1 cent.
Regrettably, nothing remains the same. Not only did the price change, but so did the colours, the tastes, and the advertisements. You may go to YouTube to find the original, in addition to the new commercials. TOPPs has added a great deal of new twists to their gum. They currently provide, not only the first Bazooka Bubble Gum, of course, but also Strawberry Shake, Cherry Berry, Watermelon Whirl, and Grape Rage. In addition they have sugar-free gum today.
As the tastes improved, so did the packaging. It now comes in various colours, according to the taste that you purchase. The American colour scheme considers, Bazooka bubble gum is sold in several countries, often with Bazooka Joe comic strips translated into the local language.

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