Since my taste buds enjoyed the teaberry plant, I therefore enjoyed Clark's Teaberry Chewing Gum. I guess that is why I was so thrilled when one of our class trips was a tour of Clark's Teaberry Gum Factory in Pittsburgh. I still remember the smell of that place, it was like heaven to me. They had big vats of gum being stirred by a huge machine. Oh how sweet it was. . . By the way, the Clark's Candy factory was accross the street. We didn't get to tour it.
You do know that there are a lot of other uses for chewing gum, don't you? Yep, a lot more than I want to take the time to write about, so here is an abbreviated list:
Retrieve small articles that have fallen down a drain.
Improvise caulking compound.
Temporary fix for loose pane of glass.
Fix cracks in flower pots or a wall.
Adhere bathroom plastic tiles.
Lure crabs or maybe even for a fish bait.
I am sure you can come up with some more great suggestions for its use. Now, you all have a great day today, you hear?