Explanation: The soft, red component that your this seem come come the end of is called your gums. When you lose a tooth your gums will more than likely bleed a small but the is naught to issue about.

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A gummy bear is a type of candy (also spelled gummi bear). I like how they feel once I bite right into them.

A be affected by each other that has actually no teeth probably still has gums. This play on words renders him a gummy bear and makes this hoax funny.

There is also a TV collection called Gummi Bears. Below is the an initial episode:


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