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Topic Started: Feb 22 2009, 03:10 PM (512 Views)
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What? Bubble gum does NOT contain lactic acid! Lactic acid is received after intense exercise. It is not in bubble gum, nor does it cause people to, as you say, "pass gas". The only thing that is a result of lactic acid is torn or pulled muscles.

Rowen's theory doesn't piece together very well, either. Rubber is found in bubble gum, which would immunize Kirby from any attacks from opponents of the "Shock" element.

Kirby is obviously some sort of animal of the bird genus, although not winged, related to the hummingbird, which consumes twice its body weight every 12 hours, and is still capable of aviation.
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