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What flavor is bubble gum?

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So the pink bubble gum stuff that comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes, like Dubble Bubble or the stick in baseball cards. Exactly what is the flavor? It seems to start off tasting kind of banana like, then morphs into well...

How would you describe the flavor "bubble gum?"

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regular flavored gum is grodie...

this is the best gum ever...EVER!!!61VEhJv8CtL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

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The flavor of ink off of my Bob Walk 1987 Donruss baseball card.

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The flavor of ink off of my Bob Walk 1987 Donruss baseball card.

what flavor was it before 1987?

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