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Chewing gum is popular among kids teenagers and adults. Age therefore is not a factor in the decision of using it.
There are claims of its benefits as well as of its bad health effects. There is also the idea of being unmanly if chewed by males. And that girls are more inclined to use chewing gum especially when they get mad.
You thought about all those points and you wanted to ask your kids not to chew a lot of gum but you couldn’t get any favorable response until one day a miracle happened.
You were watching a documentary about the way chewing gum was produced. Coincidentally your kids returned back from their schools and they joined you.
When they saw how the machine was blending the ingredients, something happened, they felt disgusted at the scenes.
You kept asking yourself what had happened? You had no clue but you guessed it might have been the plastic parts that were added to the blend or the machine itself.
Since that day, they were not able to chew gum or touch it. What do you think?