Gumballs Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Colorful jigsaw puzzle of gumballs. A large metal scoop will scoop out the candy.

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KwkClkrSwkr68
Jun 29, 2015
Pretty and challenging!!!!!
CatLadyOKC
Jun 27, 2015
Fun to do! Did better than I thought I would.
I'm not a gum person, my family kids me because I say my jaws get tired to easy.
Good Day to All!
tomandray
Jun 23, 2015
Wonderful multi-colored gums balls! This takes me back to the 50's and the penny candy store at the end of our street when I was a kid. :) Wonderful memories. Whenever my friend Brian or I had a penny or two, we'd go down to the penny candy store. We'd share down the middle whatever candy we bought with our pennies. We were best friends. :) Great memories.
elaineNH
Jun 23, 2015
I remember some of the penny candy without wrappers...my fav was bolster bar....the bank where I worked had a gum ball machine in the lobby......bought lots of gum balls
Patricia100
Jun 23, 2015
My favorite "penny candy" story is when I was in the first grade, my friend & I walked to school and passed a little store. We could get a nickel's worth of candy. At recess, we had an arrangement that whoever was being pushed in the swing got to suck on the jawbreaker. When we switched places in the swing, we swapped the candy. Remember -- this was the 50's -- we also drank out of water hoses & played in the dirt!
elaineNH
Jun 23, 2015
That is a cute story Patricia.....now it takes 15 minutes just to open some of the candy....
tomandray
Jun 23, 2015
Oh yes, I do remember those old round gum ball machines with the little metal flap. Sometimes when we were lucky, 2 gum balls would fall out. :)) I do remember those days when we were not to particular about germs. We also drank out of the water hoses. The small gen. store by my school had a soda bar and a candy counter; we used to go there before school started and purchased our supply of candy...for me it was jawbreakers. They lasted a long time and then there was a gum ball in the center. My other favorites was the "circus peanut", the root beer barrels and the red cherry licorice rope.
We played in the dirt too. My brother had a sand box, some neighborhood cat used to use it as a litter box. We had to clean it out often. :)) Makes me laugh some of the things we did as kids, and didn't think anything of it. :)
aknan
Jun 23, 2015
And we were healthier with fewer allergies and such than kids are today!
dbnc2
Jun 23, 2015
Good old days
CatLadyOKC
Jun 23, 2015
Early 50's are not good memories for me, had polio in Sept. was in hosp. for 3 mos. then had to catch up with school and lots & lots of exercises. Did not get to see my new baby brother until he was 3mos. old, but I was one of the lucky ones no serious after affects.
tomandry: see you have been really busy with your puzzles. Grandson mowed grass today, it was a real challenge took twice as long to get it cut and edged. It is so nice to see the sun, blue skies & fluffy white clouds. Crickett is loving it, he has been hiding out in the front wild flower bed, thinks we can't see his little face among the flower. He send kitty hugs >^-^< !!! We are spending most of the time inside, dew points in the 70's & temps in the 90's (VERY MUGGY!!! )
micki
Jun 23, 2015
Oh yeah...those were the good old days. Days where you took off on your bikes and your parents didn't see you, or worry about you, until lunch or supper time.
tomandray
Jun 25, 2015
Yes micki those were the "good old days". I had a little blue bike, second hand my parents purchased for my birthday. We didn't mind second hand items back then, just as good. Got us were we need to go. I used to go to the small river with my friend Brian and we used to fish all morning long. Completely away from all the adults. Just had to be home in time for lunch. :) That was freedom. :)
CatLadyOKC...It's very hot and humid here too. Having a storm coming from the Gulf for the next hour or so, it's 4am, 76degrees and 91% humidity. Very, very humid. Was out for a bit yesterday afternoon, went right back in. So hot and humid, couldn't stand it. Took my breath away.
So sorry to hear you had polio. That had to be tough. I know of only one kid in school that had polio, he wore braces on his legs. His mom drove him to school, he could not get on our bus, steps were to high. He did fine otherwise, just didn't play sports. He did like to fish. :)
Yes, CatLady I did have the time to do lots of puzzles. I had stomach distress, so could not get much done. But doing much better this morning.
So good to see the sun. :))) Crickett is a happy boy, sneaking around the garden. :)) >^-^< So good he's having a good time and enjoying the sunshine. Sending kitty hugs and caress to Crickett. Have a good morning.
dbnc2
Jun 25, 2015
My nephew had polio he walks on his heel
he has retired from working with telephone company
his leg has give him a lot of trouble
but he worked hard
tomandray
Jun 26, 2015
That must have been tough on your nephew, dbnc2. Working for the telephone company, if it was an outside job, that is tough work. Your nephew had a lot of courage. Good luck to him. :)
JamieT
Jun 23, 2015
The gumballs I remember each color had a different flavor, although some weren't that noticeable. Many colors were some unidentifiable fruit flavor, but black was licorice.
jas6415
Jun 23, 2015
Sweet one loved it
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