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Gummy Earplugs

Edibles for your audibles
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Fun, and safe at concerts. Let's not forget tasty!
nihilo, May 19 2006

Gumy Headphones http://www.jvc.co.u...-AE&catid=8&eshop=1
Peppermint flavour apparently [harderthanjesus, May 20 2006]

"The best ear wax I ever ate" http://www.alittlep...he_best_ear_wa.html
[nihilo, May 20 2006]

Earwax flavored candy http://candyaddict....ust-the-gross-ones/
In general, which do you prefer: naturally- or artificially-flavored sweets? [nihilo, May 20 2006, last modified May 21 2006]

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       How could you.
methinksnot, May 19 2006
  

       Well, I guess you could do a Shrek thing and pull them out and eat in them in front of your in-laws, which ought to get a rise out of them.
DrCurry, May 19 2006
  

       Hardly, [Brau], any kid knows from experience that earwax tastes horrible.
fridge duck, May 19 2006
  

       //any kid knows from experience that earwax tastes horrible.//   

       Damn yeah. Although I don't understand why you single-out kids in that statement, I still agree with you.
Letsbuildafort, May 20 2006
  

       So cram a couple of gummy worms into your ear, and eat the other ends that hang down.
DesertFox, May 22 2006
  

       Naturally this particular breed of gummy would withstand temperatures up to at least 125º F (that's 51.6º Centigrade) before undergoing solid-liquid phase change, and come in delicious, exotic, salt-friendly flavors like Margarita, Popcorn, and French Fry.
nihilo, May 22 2006
  

       Naturally.
methinksnot, May 22 2006
  
      
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