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I Ate Edible Candy Bubbles and I Didn't Go Blind

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When you’re a kid, there’s an endless list of things you’re not supposed to eat, and that includes bubbles. But apparently the science of bubble solution has come a long way over the years, because a company called Little Kids, Inc. has succeeded in concocting bubbles you can not only eat, but are actually surprisingly tasty.

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Illustration for article titled I Ate Edible Candy Bubbles and I Didnt Go Blind

You’d assume that any bubble, whether it came from a wand, a bathtub, or a dishwasher, would taste like soap. But the Candylicious Bubbles genuinely taste sweet and more than live up to their self-explanatory name. In a blind taste test, that didn’t involve you awkwardly trying to grab a bubble out of the air with your mouth, you’d even be able to distinguish between the Candylicious Bubbles’ cherry, grape, bubble gum, and tutti frutti flavors.

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Illustration for article titled I Ate Edible Candy Bubbles and I Didnt Go Blind

Available in 20ml pouches for as cheap as $2.99, or bundled with a $13 bubble blowing machine that serves up a near-endless smorgasbord of edible floating spheres, the Candylicious Bubbles are finally the answer to mankind’s most asked question: what has science ever done for me?

[Little Kids, Inc.]


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rudi_freude

Oh, Andrew!

Only masturbation makes you go blind.