Gobstoppers, known as jawbreakers in Canada and the United States, are a type
of hard candy. They are usually round, and normally range from about 1 - 3 cm ...
May 21, 2013 ... Jawbreakers range from the size of a hazel nut to the size of a golf ball, and come
in many flavors and colors. They are popular with children, ...
The jawbreaker is a type of hard, round candy that is ideally so difficult to bite
down on that it must be sucked. Jawbreakers range from the size of a hazel nut to
Jawbreakers from 3/8 inch to 2 inches in diameter, sometimes called Jaw Busters
. The larger ones are called Bruisers.
Apr 20, 2015 ... Here's one thing that can break a jawbreaker faster than you will ever be able to:
a really hot nickel ball. Watch in awe — or horror — as green ...
Jan 23, 2014 ... Nothing says childhood quite like PEZ. There's something nostalgic about these
familiar little treats that bring back memories of yesteryear.
Nobody can explain exactly why, but microwaving a giant jawbreaker will ... Has
anyone ever tried to freak you out with this little bedtime story: The inventor of ...
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Coasters ... been a hard-candy jawbreaker are not consistent with earlier
Nov 1, 2013 ... Reese's Pieces and Jawbreakers: The A.V. Club's favorite uses of .... to deliver
one of Wonka's prize inventions, the Everlasting Gobstopper, ...
Oct 24, 2015 ... ... Hershey Kisses, Bottle Caps, Candy Corn, and Jawbreakers. Who created
them? The inventor of this artificially-charged candy has not been ...