Food: Gum
Furry Gum   (0)  [vote for, against]
Taking advantage of gums plastic qualities

And I'm not talking about gum that fell on the floor or got stuck in the dogs fur.

Gum that has been extruded to the fiberous level and then given light coatings of powdered sugar. Gum animals look furry and taste fruity.

Actually I don't see anything about chewing gum in the shapes of animals either.
-- sartep, Jun 18 2003

Candy Floss/Cotton Candy http://www.nd.edu/_...li-cotton-candy.jpg
Given that furry candy is Widely Baked, what are the particular advantages of gummy hair? [DrCurry, Oct 21 2004]

Big League Chew http://www.bubblegu...igchew/bigchew.html
For course hair. [Worldgineer, Oct 21 2004]

We used to have flying saucers made out of gum when I was a kid. But I would have LOVED nasty furry spiders... One furry croissant!
-- Onestone, Jun 18 2003


Wouldn't saliva instantly dissolve the "fur?"
-- snarfyguy, Jun 18 2003


That could be a selling point.
-- DrCurry, Jun 18 2003


These hairs could make way for smart-gum. it can sense the temperature and pressure and other chemicals in its environment.
-- nratzan, Jun 18 2003


I've had furry gum before, after a manic mouth open dash across a massive international airport to make a last call for my connecting flight. It was a deeply unpleasant experience, fishing around in my mouth for what felt like a chunk of green mold.
-- my face your, Jun 18 2003


<dry heave/></dry heave>
-- thumbwax, Jun 18 2003


Yeah, that's just nasty, [my face]. It also sounds like you took in somebody else's gum in your mad mouth-open dash...?
-- k_sra, Jun 18 2003


After a dance, I finished my cup of coffee only to see a wad of gum and a cigarette butt in the bottom.
-- FarmerJohn, Jun 18 2003


Sorry, I thought you were done with it.
-- snarfyguy, Jun 18 2003


It’s alright. After drying out, they were both put to good use.
-- FarmerJohn, Jun 18 2003


Some dance.
-- k_sra, Jun 21 2003



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