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These taste great! Nice photo!
- I agree, they do taste great.Taida 17:51, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
Isn't Juicy Fruit his first line?
someone has yet to mention the infamous taste of Juicy Fruit only lasts a millisecond!!!!
The Exact Flavor of Juicy Fruit
Hey, in the Philippines during the year 2004, a TV commercial was shown and it says that cherries, bananas and pineapples are the three main flavors of Juicy Fruit. Obin 3391 15:36, 11 November 2006 (UTC)
Ok Ive said it before and I will say it again why doesnt any body note that the flavor last 2.5 seconds I think any body can atest to that.
I believe that the exact flavor of Juicy Fruit is not actually a fruit, but actually comes from Isopentenyl acetate, a carboxylic ester. Currently, no wiki page exists describe this chemical. NatePhysics (talk) 01:15, 28 November 2007 (UTC)
whats that song...
I remember vaguely a juicy fruit commercial where a bunch of campers are attacked by a bear,with this weird,fast music playing,does anyone remember it?was it the juicy fruit jingle sped up to sound differently?i know this sounds stupid,but i liked the beat and would love to hear some identification since i remember the commercial vividly.
According to american food distributors Coremark and MTC, the traditional wrigley gums are not in the top 10 products anymore. Juicy fruit, spearment, big red, doublemint. Stride, #5 and trident currently seem to occupy the top brands right now. Dentyne and Orbit have also fallen in ranking. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 03:58, 9 December 2008 (UTC)
I have never tried Juicy Fruit. Is is true that its gustatory sensation can bring about a kinetic relocation of oneself once inserted in one's oral cavity? Also, I came here to find info a the jingle such as the creators, idea behind it and its age. I see it goes back to at least 1981. If anyone has ever written a doctoral thesis about this subject, any illumination would be greatly appreciated.--184.108.40.206 (talk) 14:02, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
The article says each stick contains 10 calories. Are those thermal calories, or nutritional calories (kilocalories)? If they are kilocalories, then each stick has 10*1000*4.2=42000 J. --Shanedidona (talk) 05:01, 2 June 2009 (UTC)
Color of Actual Gum (Orignal sticks)
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
- I think it's because of the spoiler warning, but i think i may put it in.
- That may be true, but I have come up with a couple of counterpoints;
- •It does put Juicy fruit in somewhat of a historical context (even if it is just in the US). since the film was made in '75.
- •The 'juicy fruit' scene, in my view, is a fairly pivotal one within the film, and may need to be represented here as well.