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C ntent Find it at a location near by P 4-5

What’s the BIG BUBBLE?

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Interview with Paul a gumball candy fanatic 10-11



P 12-13

gum love !

vermont Avenue

Normandie Avenue

Adams Boulevard

Jefferson Boulevard

Los Angeles Area

west adams district

Gumball candy can be found through the whole Los Angeles Area. They are more likely to be found on Mini Markets and Laundry places, although witness have reported to have seen them at malls and clinics. Gumball candy is more likely to be found on machines with the value of one quarter.


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PAUL Martinez is a five year old child who has lived in Los Angeles his very fun five years. He is a full time kindergarden student and likes to spend his time playing with his cousins and brothers outside, he also enjoys watching the nickelodeon channel as well as the cartoon netweork channel. He enjoys eating chocolate as well as gum, bust mostly gum.


What is your name?


How old are you?

Shows me with his finger five


what is your favorite bubble gum color/flavor?

I like Blue and Green

Why do you like gumballs?

Because they are only ONE QUARTER



Who buys you gum?

My mommy and daddy.


Where do they buy you

gum? At the mall in those machines.


What happens when you don’t get your gum?

I cry real loud


Can you make a bubble of gum?


I can try


what’s the


Bubblegum is a type of elastic chewing gum, designed to blow a bubble out of the mouth. Bubblegum is available in many different colors and flavors. The most common flavor, known simply as "bubblegum" is traditionally colored a light shade of pink .


The most well known are Dubble Bubble found alsmot everywhere, in candy dispensing machines. Candy Coated Dubble Bubble Gumballs are available in dozens of great flavors, including the very popular Strawberry, Blueberry, Lemon-Lime, Orange, Cherry, Banana, Grape, and Pineapple. Created in 1928 by Fleer Candy Company accountant Walter Diemer, the gum featured comic strip featuring brothers Dub and Bub (replaced in 1950 by Pud).

It grew in popularity, and was even distributed as part of military rations during World War II. It also was part of the first-ever gum five-pack (1957).Dubble Bubble joined the Tootsie family in 2003, adding its standing as the world’s favorite bubble gum brand to the world’s favorite candy lineup .


gumball machine


The Gumball machine is one of the most common ways in which gumball candy is sold. These machines are most often seen at laundry mat and market places where children are more likely to be found. These machines are very easy for a buyer to operate, most common ones come at a height of three feet.

Other common gumball machines are the traditional five feet standing monuments which offers a much more fun way to watch you gumball candy dispense, yet there are machines for people who like to take a little challenge and add a little fun to the day, with a purpose to play and win a gumball






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