Finally! Gum That Doesn’t Stick To My Hat

Fall/Winter Hats for Men - Men's Makins Leather Fedora Hat - The Driftwood FedoraAn important piece of technology has finally been realized, as set out in a Reuter’s article entitled Scientists Develop Non-Stick Chewing Gum, one “that can be easily removed from pavements, shoes and clothes.”

This is a marvelous step forward for mankind. At long last, there’s hope for gum chewers who wear hats! Yes, yes, I suppose there’s the positive environmental impact to be excited over (the stuff “has the potential to be environmentally degradable”) and I guess the health and pollution-free factors might be of import (trials showed that this new gum comes off pavement naturally within 24 hours, unlike normal gum which usually remains stuck on)–but really, let’s get to the heart of the matter here.

Just how many times have you blown a bubble bigger than Wisconsin, only to have the thing explode all over your hat?

Exactly!

I don’t know about you, but I’m buying me some shares in that thar company, Revolymer. I predict Clean Gum will sweep the nation when released next year. Of course, it won’t stick, but then it’s not supposed to.

Thanks for reading,
Steve Singer
Wall Street Tycoon
and CEO Hartford York

If you are excited as I am about the advent of non-stick gum, then you probably deserve free updates of this important blog by your choice of email or RSS.

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Published in: on September 22, 2007 at 12:18 am  Leave a Comment  

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