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Cactus Gum

Watermelon-green gumballs filled with prickly spines.
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Another gag product from the makers of Monkey Moon Pies, Silica Jello and Feces Pieces...
Cactus Gumballs, made to sell in most grocery store vending machines.
These are real gumballs, colored green and flavored like watermelon, but with an added suprise that's sure to be a hit with any practical joker....it's filled with real sujuaro cactus spines!!
Now when the prankee bites down into what they think is a tasty piece of bubble gum, they get a kisser full of painfully funny cactus spines.
A great hit at parties, at the office or just hangin' out with friends.
rcornell, Mar 10 2001

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       "...hangin' out with (soon to be former) friends," you mean.
PotatoStew, Mar 10 2001
  

       That's odd. I hate Monty Python and no, I've never seen a sketch with cactus gum.
I guess to some folks being compared to Monty Python is a compliment, but I find the humor mediocre. I'm not a big fan of british comedy anyway.
rcornell, Mar 10 2001
  

       Wait.... the British have comedy? I always thought the term "British Comedy" was made up to serve as an example of an oxymoron......
Susen, Mar 12 2001
  

       Actually, it's funnier than most US Comedy
thumbwax, Apr 12 2002
  

       Damning with faint praise.
bristolz, Apr 12 2002
  

       I was hoping this would be the spineless version: agave-flavored gum. Kinda like Snapple Rain, but more chewy.
bookworm, Apr 12 2002
  
      
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