You’ve heard the warnings: if you swallow gum, it will stay in your digestive system for nearly a decade, which would mean there’s a decent chance you’ve got some hanging out in your gut right now.
Why do people chew gum? If an anthropologist from Mars ever visited a typical supermarket, they’d be confounded by those shelves near the checkout aisle that display dozens of flavoured gum options. Chewing without eating seems like such a ridiculous habit, the oral equivalent of running on a treadmill.
Today in the Gizmodo junk cabinet called Remainders we’ve got another report of a Verizon iPhone, a slightly-skinned new Android phone from Acer, death by exploding gum, and a questionable report of Microsoft being kind of a dick. Onward!