Found May 14, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Meet Ricky Romero, professional gum chewer. Over the past two seasons, Romero has emerged into one of the best left-handed starters in the game. As we can see from the photo above, he has also spent a lot of time working on his Dubble Bubble skills.
I’m sure there have been bigger bubbles blown, but that is by far the best in-tact bubble I have ever seen. The accompanying tweet Romero sent out with the picture says that the bubble was made from four pieces of Dubble Bubble gum. The only thing I can think of is that he was chewing them for like an hour so they got stiff, otherwise I don’t know how this bubble wouldn’t cave. Whatever the approach, that’s a bubble to be proud of.
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