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    Lightbulb Why we chewing gum?

    When i chewing gum, i felt like i'm with someone and got feeling of warmness. That's y I used to chew it when i'm mostly alone, walking and rolling alone. I dunno why other people chewing. Once i saw the interview with one of famous soccer-man, he said " he used to chew it when he playing, cos he want to concentrate her mind.".

    Plus, even we chewing it, most of us rare to bubble it? isn't it? i do blow bubble when i was little with my friends and compare which one blew is the biggest. So, how du think on that, why we rare to blow when we get olders? and Why we chew?


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    Not very nice negging the guy for his philisophical wondering about chewing gum , it is general chit chat . I do not chew gum very often but when i do i blow bubbles. I think most gum nowadays seems to be geared towards adults and has stronger flavours and smaller portions which makes blowing bubbles not as easy. I may just have to go out and find some of the classic "double bubble" and do some chewing/bubbling
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    no kiddin' po newbie...

    i do know that chewing action aids in digestion... i don't know. i end up swallowing it.

    more than you NEVER wanted to know about chewing gum...
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    i chew gum when i dont brush my teeth ....i dont want anybody smellin' my long term tenants called bacteria ...

    Summary

    The results demonstrate that chewing gum is associated with selective enhancement of tasks assessing aspects of working memory and long-term declarative memory.
    Tests of attention demonstrated no enhancement effects as a result of chewing gum, although Simple Reaction Time was significantly slower during the sham chewing condition.
    This may reflect allocation of attentional resources to the performance of this unfamiliar behaviour
    Such an effect may also underlie the apparent reduction in immediate and delayed word recall scores in the sham chewing condition, suggesting that these processes are involved in memory consolidation.
    Chewing gum elevated heart rate significantly above that in the sham chewing and control conditions.
    http://psychology.unn.ac.uk/andrew/M...chew/chew.html

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    wtf a thread about chewing gum? now i know this place is getting strange

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    A thread about chewing gum isn't that bad considering we had posts like this...

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...ht=pumpkin+pie
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...022#post644022

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    it's GCC .... post whatever is on your mind .... hmmm i have to go to the bathroom .... does anybody likes bathrooms > why ? lol

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    lol....well as far with bathrooms...I do find the ones with automatic flush to be a nice convienience. I don't see many in my area so it's always nice to discover it...lol.
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