Bubble Gum Day
Bubble Gum Day is an annual celebration observed on February 1st of this year. In all of our childhood, there would be moments of fun on looking at whose bubble gum is bigger. Even after being adults most of us blow the bubble gum out of joy. It comes in different colour, flavours, size, and shape. Bubblegum is a favourite for all age group people. With so much of popularity, there exists a unique celebration Day in the calendar for those ever loving bubble gum. Celebrate the Bubble Game Day by chewing gum to make the Day fulfilled.
“Chewing gum actually lowers your cortisol levels, the hormone responsible for stress. But chewing gum doesn’t just reduce stress, it also makes you more alert and improves your performance in memory-oriented tasks. It does so by increasing the blood flow to your brain and alerting your senses.” – Travis Bradberry
History of Bubble Gum Day
The Bubble Gum Day has been in celebration since the year 2006. Ruth Spiro, children’s book author is the founder of this celebration Day. The first Friday of every February ever since marks this celebration Day. The creator of this Day has come up with this idea as to generating the charitable contributions and allowing the kids to chew gum in the school. Those who donate 50 cents or more gets to chew gum and raise fund. It encourages children to know about the importance of humankind. Sooner, the Day has become a successful celebration as charity is not limited under any circumstances.
The original bubble gum was created in 1928 by Walter Diemer. It was pink in colour, and the reason is it was the only dye that Diemer had most on hand at the time. The synthetic gum based materials are used in modern chewing gum, as the natural rubber chicle needs to pass several purity and cleanliness tests. Children prefer strawberry, and blue raspberry flavours as other complex flavours bring them the feel to swallow it. There are various health benefits associated with the chewing gum. The bubble gum is found to be a great stress reliever and is also good for the oral health.
Other Celebrations on February 1
February 1 is also celebrated as
- National Baked Alaska Day
- National Wear Red Day
- Car Insurance Day
- Decorating With Candy Day
- National Working Naked Day
- National Serpent Day
How to Celebrate Bubble Gum Day
Celebrating the Bubble Gum Day is very simple. Get to know more about the bubble gum. You can chew up your favourite bubble gum and enjoy the Day. You can indulge yourself in a fundraising activity or make some donation to help others. Spread knowledge about the benefits of chewing bubble gum. Share your bubble photos and the celebration photos on the social media using the hashtag #BubbleGumDay.