Food of the Eighties, Bub's Daddy
Picture Gallery

Loading images, if this message doesn't go away you may need to enable javascript in order to see pictures
No images

Click picture to enlarge

 Submit a picture 

Description
Bub's Daddy Bubble Gum was packaged in peel away plastic protection. It was one piece of gum about 12" to 15" long and about 1/2" round. Came in multiple flavors, but I best remember watermellon.
Links for more info

The following are links about Bub's Daddy you may find interesting. Also check out the other pages.

  • Farley's and Sathers Candy Company - (report)
    In the late 70's my friends and I used to buy Bub's Daddy Bubble Gum. I loved the Grape and the Watermelon in particular. I have been looking for this gum for quite some time and have now found that Farley's and Sathers Candy bought the rights to the recipe for Bub's Daddy and have been selling it under the name of Super Bubble. Just bought a tub of it from groovycandies.com. Can't wait to try it. They generally sell it in bite sized pieces now, instead of the foot long rope, but there is a box you can get that is the XL gum that is similarly sized. Glad I'm not the only one pining for some Bub's Daddy gum!!!
  • Imaginary World - (report)
    Bub's Daddy Box Picture

Submit a link to more information about Bub's Daddy

User Stories and Comments

The following are comments left about Bub's Daddy from site visitors such as yourself. They are not spell checked or reviewed for accuracy.

gum girl - June 23, 2007 - Report this comment
My friend and I would walk to a nearby convenience store, in the 1970's, & one of my favorite things to get was Bub's Daddy! I look for it when I'm in specialty candy stores & have told our kids about it. My favorite flavor was the original, and when feeling brave, I'd get the red hot kind, but it was way too powerful to chew for very long! I wish it would make a come-back so our kids could experience it.
Tim - September 01, 2007 - Report this comment
Back in the sixty's we use to walk to the nearby candy store just after school to purchase Bub's Daddy Gum Watermellon was one of my favortes. along with grape my best freind and me would walk home with a large bag FULL!! of gum and other hard Candy. needless to say my mother was not happy with it. But wow did I really enjoy that GUM!!
Mikey - September 16, 2007 - Report this comment
I sure loved the grape and original flovored Bub"s Daddy. I would give my school lunch money to a guy named Shorty who went "home" for lunch. He'd load up on Bub's Daddy gum and the big sized Sweet Tart candies and we'd have a sugar buzz all afternoon. By about 3pm my belly would be awful sore, but we'd do it all over again several times a wek. Those were the days. I wish I could get my hands on some of that delicious gum today!!
Tom - December 26, 2007 - Report this comment
I remember Bub's Daddy was THE BEST bubble gum back in the '70's. Nothing could compare, grape was my first favorite followed by red hot and watermelon. It also had the longest lasting flavor. When I played little league baseball most of the other guys and I would start the game with a "rope" folded up in our back pocket and chew the whole game. You could see a lot of the kids on the field with a rope of Bub's in their back pocket and HUGE wad in their mouth. Yep, those were the days.
Bub's Hair - March 11, 2008 - Report this comment
Here's THE BEST PART OF BUB"S DADDY that no-one is mentioning. You could slowly feed 6 or 7 inches of this stuff in, getting it to blend nicely. After having accomplished the feed, you could blow BIGGER THAN HEAD sized bubbles. Many contests were had. Technique was learned, so there were many times this stuff had to be SCRUBBED out of eyebrows and hair. The aching jaws were worth the fun. Thats the best way to have and remember one of the greates bubble gum creations ever!
The Best - April 09, 2008 - Report this comment
Information on other internet sites indicates Bub's Daddy is no Super Bubble long lasting. I haven't had a chance to search it out yet, but I will!
Jonathan - April 09, 2008 - Report this comment
I don't see anyone mentioning Green Sour Apple Bub's Daddy - that was my favorite! Got it at the Little League concession stand or at Bickham's Dime Store in the home town.
Jonathan - April 09, 2008 - Report this comment
Also, IIRC, I'd guess it was more like 3/8" diameter and 10" long, as opposed to the dimensions listed at the top of the page. But hey, it's been 30 years since I handled a piece.
Dinah - May 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Yep, Bub's Daddy gum was one of my all-time favorites. Watermelon and grape. There was also a gum that was about as big as a deck of cards (not quite that thick) for a nickel. I used to get a major jaw ache when I chewed the whole thing. I can't remember the name of this gum.
Merrilee - May 19, 2008 - Report this comment
I was just chatting w/my brother about this gum! It was the BEST! And I loved the green apple! Man you could chew and chew and it held its flavor! And if it started to lose its flavor you would just add another "hunk" of gum to what you already had in your mouth! Bub's Daddy sure brings back good memories! Wonder whatever happened to the manufacturer! Sure wish that they would bring it back and thanks for sharing
Skip - June 03, 2008 - Report this comment
Dinah - I think the name of the card deck sized gum was Mouthful....that and Bub's Daddy were my favorites.
Sue - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
We used to get Bub's Daddy at the playground. There were all sorts of games like, Nok Hockey, tetherball (with a small ball, not volleyball size), etc. If we didn't have any money someone would always share because it was so big. I bought the super bubble and let me tell you those memories came right back.
Dani Bub - June 29, 2008 - Report this comment
In elementary school, I used to tell everyone that Bub's Daddy was my uncle's company. (A complete lie, but, hey, it wasn't often that my strange last name could be used for status!
David - July 02, 2008 - Report this comment
I remember going to the drug store and pay 5 cents for a stick of Bub's Daddy gum ( then like all things it went to a dime). All the flavors were so good, the flavor would last for the longest time and you could blow really big bubble with a small amount. I know you can get it in smaller pieces now, but it was fun trying to fit the whole sick in your mouth at one time just to see if you could beat you buddy at it.(and two sticks would win you the bet of a nickle, so you could buy more).
mj - October 04, 2008 - Report this comment
i loved bubs daddy, also do you remember that banana gum shaped like a banana ? they also had it in watermelon. it was the jusiest gum i ever had.all the good old candy from the 70s is gone. why do they get rd of such good stuff? remember kayo, and those pastry cinamon sticks that you put in the toaster? they were so good.
linda - October 22, 2008 - Report this comment
I am happy to seee other BUB'S DADDY gum lovers! I remember the red hot and sour green apple as my faves. Unwrapping that long wrapper and sliding out that powery gum was the BEST! I tell my kids about it but cannot find it anywhere. Remember the Dunkin YoYo contests in front of the 5 and Dime stores????....WOW@!!!!!
Rnels88 - November 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Bub's Daddy used to be the gum of choice at the snack stand where my friends and I played Little League baseball back in the early 80's. Far and away the best gum ever produced was Bub's Daddy Watermelon! All the other Bub's Daddy flavors were a close second. Been looking for it ever since and can't find it anywhere.
Catherine Diedrich - December 26, 2008 - Report this comment
We lived for bub's daddy. We used to look through our dads coat at the end of the day for change, so we could run down the next day and buy our gum. Why is Bubs dady now where to be fournd for our children? Where can we buy some?
Eddie in Livonia MI - January 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Late '60s and early '70s I used to go to the drugstore in Warrensville Hts, Ohio and get a stick of Bubs Daddy. I loved it. It had that powdered sugar covering. Chew such a big wad at one time, you would drool. I think there was also Big Daddy that was a flat stick about an inch wide and a 1/4 inch thick. Hard to remember now.
Daniel in Atlanta - February 16, 2009 - Report this comment
When I was growing up on the South Side of Chicago in the 70's- no neighborhood's "candy lady" was worth her salt without those ropes of grape, watermelon, sour apple and hot/cinnamon! You might run out of wine (penny) candy- but if you ran out of bubs daddy- you had to lower the prices on the "now or later's"!!!!
D-Dog - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember the "Helms" bakery man that used to come into our neighborhood three times a week blowing his whistle on his truck, and selling lots of old time candies like like candy cigarettes and of course, and Bub's Daddy watermelon flavored bubble gum. This was along with stale bread products and such. This was way back in the 1970s in Thousand Oaks, CA. Our moms would say stay away from this surly old alcoholic who stank of whiskey all the time, but for a dime, I could pack my mouth with a foot of watermelon flavored bubble gum. This guy was nothing like the friendly Schwann's delivery man. Nope, he must have had a different company training film to watch that taught you how to a) not bathe, b) be nasty, and c) try to rip-off little kids. He would conveniently forget prices, and mark them higher. We would throw rocks at him if he did that, and flip him off. But he always came back, and we got our candy smokes and gum. Ah...sweet memories.
doddjo - April 20, 2009 - Report this comment
ok, since everyone is chiming in.....I bet a guy when I was younger (much) that I could hit a par 3, 192 yard hole with an 8 iron...the bet was a buck. Of course, I halled off and smacked it onto the green...and collected my earnings. I proudly proceeded to Nutters Candy Shop and bought 20 sticks of sour green apple Bubs Daddy!!! It lasted me for almost 3 weeks of non-stop chewing enjoyment. And to the point earlier, no other gum could produce bubbles quite like the Bubs...bring it back!
Anne1204 - April 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I just can't believe I found this website! Candies from the '80's are big on Facebook right now so I thought I'd see if I were crazy or if other people remembered Bubs Daddy too. It was the most delicious gum in the world! I, too, liked the original best. The cinnamon was great, but like other people have said, extremely hot. The grape was good but very tart. The cherry was good, too. Oh, the memories. I used to buy it at Otto's Deli in Wantagh, NY. Maybe if enough people post, it will come back. My mouth is watering, even as I write this!
Nothing like it - April 29, 2009 - Report this comment
That wrapper, that powder, the taste, the bubbles! I used to get it for 6 cents. To Dinah and Skip: I do remember that "card deck but thinner" gum. It had that "eraser" pink color and it was so dense, killed your jaw, but tasted amazing!
Denise - April 30, 2009 - Report this comment
I loved the Green Apple flavor. Right before I would play baseball, I would go the the local drug store and buy a stick. The flavor would last the entire game. I can still remember the smell and the powdery coating. In fact, when I was pregnant with my children, I actually craved it. Unfortunately, after my husband drove to every candy store around we realized it is no longer in production. I really wish they would bring it back. I would love to have my children experience its great long lasting flavor.
Anne1204 - May 02, 2009 - Report this comment
Now I'm determined to find Super Bubble Bubble gum, but I'm a little wary as to whether it will measure up. It's sold in a large quantity on their website for apx. $12 with an apx. $10 shipping charge -- a little pricey unless I know if it's the real thing!
holls - May 06, 2009 - Report this comment
Grew up in South Dakota and remember going to the "little store" (yes, that was the name of it!) after school to buy Bub's Daddy Green Apple. As all of you have said - I remember the powder, the flavor, the wrapper, the bubbles! SO good! I wish they still made it!
Peter - July 07, 2009 - Report this comment
In Edina, Minnesota in the late 60s/early 70s we would ride out bikes to Olson Bros. Drug Store whenever we got out weekly allowance. Bub's Daddy Gum was always at the top of my list of purchases. The big long rope could last days if you had any discipline. To become a member of our one long lasting club, one of the initiations was to stick an entire Bub's Daddy Red Hot (cinnamon)rope in your mouth at once and chew it. Ooooo! The burn; the burn! You had to be tough to get into that club. :) I believe the large block of gum that seemed to be the same flavoring and quality of Bub's Daddy was called Big Mouth Gum. Also good, but tougher to regulate how fast you went through it.
Scott from Edina - July 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Olson Bros????? We were always Superette kids in the mid 70s to early 80s (Edina HS '87) :) But Bub's Daddy was great.
ChrisE - July 25, 2009 - Report this comment
Loved Bubs daddy/watermelon. I would go to my brothers baseball game just to buy it at the concession stand, 10 cents each. Still can taste it, yum!
D&M - August 23, 2009 - Report this comment
So...we have been feverishly searching sites trying to find somewhere we could purchase the Bub's Daddy cinnamon bubble gum. Does anyone know where that "somewhere" might be? Feel like we have been running in circles!
Denise from Chicago - August 31, 2009 - Report this comment
My cousins/friends and I would would buy this gum in the late 70s at the corner drug store. It cost a dime. The original and watermelon were my favorites, followed by grape and green apple. Entering w/a handful of change or checking phone for coins, we would always pick up Bubs Daddys and Pine Bros cough drops (chewy and ate like candy)and Wacky Pkgs..Those were the days.
kevin from roseville mn - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
I share many of the above comments. Basball, summer, the powder the smell the wraper the taste. loved it. rarely does a day go by with out thinking of bubs dady. I mean it.
streetrat - September 19, 2009 - Report this comment
Bubsdaddy was manfactured by Leaf candy company. Like afew other candies, spider eggs were found in the gum and so became it's demise. It is possible that this could also be an urban legend. Bubsdaddy rocked!
BobbieD - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
That deck of cards sized gum was Big Wad, made by Fleer. Costs a dime if I remember and it was also a real jaw wrenching chew like Bubs Daddy.
cindi - October 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Bubs Daddy gum was the best. We would get it from this little candy store across the street from school for .05. Grape was the BEST. They just don't make gum like they used too nothing can compare to this legend of gum. I wish my daughter could experience this sensation I was told it is the same recipe as Super Bubble there is no way that gum loses it flavor in no time flat. Bring The BUBS back.....
kevin from Ohio - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
I miss Bubs Daddy gum so much! The watermelon was my favorite.....after chewing the green gum for awhile, it would eventually turn blue!....but still held its flavor. Has anyone tried the Super Bubble gum that is the replacement for Bubs Daddy? Does it taste the same?
Cherie from Everett, WA - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
Oh my goodness! Yes, the wrapper, the powder, THE FLAVORS! The Red Hot was so intense! Wow, does that ever bring back memories. I attended Eisenhower Middle School in Everett, WA and some of the kids used to SELL IT! There was always one or two kids you could count on, they would carry around boxes of the stuff, mostly "Original", but if he was a serious entrepreneur, he had them all! We paid 5¢ at the store, but they charged us 10¢, sometimes 15¢ per rope, but it was worth it! How can we get it back in production? Lets start a petition!
Denisa from Mayfield Hts,Oh - January 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Grape and Original were my favorites...I remember realizing I had my first cavity chewing a rope of grape...I have searched everywhere.. i was in Tokyo last summer and they had some gum that was AS CLOSE as i have tasted since...but not quite...the customs agents looked at me strangely when they saw a whole suitcase full of GUM! LOL BTW, Super Bubble doesnt even compare.......
Mark M - January 25, 2010 - Report this comment
Gave me major cavaties at age 10
Mentor Mike - March 07, 2010 - Report this comment
I google bubs daddy and find this page. I guess I'm not the only one who remembers how great it was. Someone mentioned the powder on the gum, I totally remember that. I also remember the card sized gum. I think it was made to be broken into two pieces. I was checking out Wacky Packages before I looked up bubs daddy.
Bruce W - March 16, 2010 - Report this comment
In elementry school, we used to go to the five and ten store almost every day and get the ropes for 5 cents. We would chew the stuff all day long in class, trading pieces of different flavors with each other. Near the end of the school year, I went to the dentist for a checkup and he found about 9 cavities! I loved the flavor, but regret ever meeting Bub's Daddy!
derbygirl411 - March 29, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember in the 70's riding my Schwin bike with the banana seat up to the Corner Store (yes it was called the Corner Store and was on the corner of Dakota Avenue and 20th Street (I think 20th!?) in South Sioux City Nebraska!) I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS GUM!!! the packaging,The powder on the outside of the gum, the flavors (except grape!) although Watermelon was my fav! But the bubbles you could make with it were FANTASTIC! I have looked for this gum for many years! Great memories of a great time in life!
Darla - March 31, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember the years, 1975-1976, I lived in Loomis, CA. I would ride my horse to the Log Store, tie her up and go in to get my Bub's Daddy Sour Apple rope gum. It was the best. Still dreaming about it!
chief - April 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Going to the ballpark and standing on my "tippy-toes" at the concession stand to reach the bubs-daddy. Watermelon was my fav. Mouth is watering just thinking about it.
Bernie - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Bubs Daddy was the best gum ever. The green apple was by far my favorite and just for the record Super Bubble can't even come close to bringing the enjoyment that Bubs Daddy brought!
Phil - May 09, 2010 - Report this comment
My friends and I used to take returnable pop bottle to the local store and use the deposit money to buy Bubs Daddies. Every kid in little league would have one sticking out of his back pocket during games. I guess I should say half of one, as the other half would be in our mouths like a huge chaw of tobacco.
Bruce - June 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Visiting Grandma's house in Terre Haute, In and going down the alley to Aiken's Grocery Store with a quarter in hand and getting Bubs Daddy plus a lot of other penny candy. What a memory!!
Lisa - June 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Bring Bub's Daddy back !!!!! Sour Apple, Watermelon, Grape, original !!! Oh to be young again....great memories...I believe I paid a nickel for a rope....yum !!
Julie - July 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I use to go to the local little mom and pop store near my little rural school after lunch for noon recess to buy Bub's Daddy gum. My favorite was the original bubble gum flavor and red hot. This gum brings back so many wonderful memories of my youth. I use to share it with a lot of friends.
Mary B - July 11, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh my - I used to LOVE this gum - GREEN APPLE ROCKED! I would buy it at all my brother's little league games and tell my boys about it all the time! I can't believe no one has revived it! I searched Dylans Candy Store in NYC thinking they would have it - I was sad not to find it!
Kim - July 28, 2010 - Report this comment
My aunt had a cafe(back in the 70's). When we would go for supper, she would give us Bub's Daddy gum. My grandmother would always give us five cent to hit the penny candy store. First on the list,Bub's Daddy gum!!!!!
peter - August 14, 2010 - Report this comment
try this new gum all natural treehuggergum.com
Rob Cowan - September 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I love Bubble Gum and I tried Bub's Daddy when my second child was born. We named her Elizabeth but her nickname is Bubs. In fact her license plate on her car reads Bubs 5. She was born on the 5th & she is getting married 10-10-10. Where can I buy some for the wedding.Thank you. Bubs Daddy!
youthful innocence - December 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Fruit Flavored Bub's Daddy was awesome. I love reading all the pure & good comments about the great memories of our youth. Grape Bub's Daddy was good too! Was Original the fruit? or was original a different flavor than Fruit?
Patti from Hazelcrest Il. - January 22, 2011 - Report this comment
My parents would let us kids get one of each color of Bub's Daddy rope bubble gum when we went on long trips. I don't remember much about the trips but I do remember how much fun we all had with that rope bubble gum! I have looked forever for that gum so I could let my kids have the same wonderful experiences with it as I had. I can't believe I still can't find it anywhere!!! Please bring back all the flavors of Bub's Daddy rope bubble gum! Throughout the years I could only describe it to my kids. Are there any pictures of of this gum?
Bev - January 23, 2011 - Report this comment
OMG!! We craved this bubble gum as a kid. i come from a large family of 8 and allowances were small. Me and my brothers ans sisters would run to the store and buy BUBS DADDY gum. The green apple and the watermelon rocked!! The gum had the best long lasting flavor and since it came in a long rope you could tear off what size you wanted and put the rest away!! The powder in the package kept the gum fresh and you could fold it and put it in your pocket for later on. Been looking for this gum to let my child experience it. The BEST GUM ever made!!!
Polly - January 23, 2011 - Report this comment
My friend Teri and I each got a quarter for allowance in about 1973. We would ride our bikes to the Corner Market to spend it all. I could get 1 grape Bub's Daddy for 10 cents, (a foot long-lasted all week,) 1 Hershey almond bar for 10 cents, and 2 Bazooka bubble gum pieces with the comic inside for 2 cents each. We put our last pennies together for another 2 cent Bazooka and split it down the middle. We were as rich as Midas!
Kathy - January 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I'm so sad I can't find Bubs Daddy anymore. We used to have bubble blowing contests on my neighbors front porch and Bubs Daddy was absolutely the best for that. Not to mention the delicious sweet flavor and it always had that white powder around it too. I always got original flavor and the foot long did not last me all week (maybe all weekend). We used to ride our bikes to get it too. I can't believe it can't be found. I'm kind of anti-sugar now, but I'd totally make an exception for Bubs Daddy.
Rick - March 12, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember this gum well. I would walk down to the 5 and dime store during my school lunch period and come back with as many sticks that I could afford at the time. Grape was also my favorite. I also wish there was a way to contact the company and beg them to bring back the original ropes. How cool would that be? :)
timmy D - May 09, 2011 - Report this comment
This gum was the best. I use to chew green apple all day long. When finished I just put the chewed gum in my dresser drawer and start up all over again the next day. Talk about blowing bubbles the size of your head. The powder in the package was so cool. I dream about this gum. This stuff made every summer so special. Bring it back!!!
Linda D. Martin - September 04, 2011 - Report this comment
west philadelphia, 1972, corner mom and pop store - bubs daddy gum was my favorite. cost a dime for the long rope. i loved the grape and green apple.
K Marie - January 13, 2012 - Report this comment
I remember Bubs Daddy AND Mouthful gum. Our mouths were chewing all day long. Good times back than when our only worry was what flavor to choose. Would love to see either of them come back on the market.
Marty Swalinkavich - February 19, 2012 - Report this comment
In the late 1970's, we would save our allowance for two weeks or so, ride our banana seat bikes about four miles from Plymouth MN to Bass Lake MN, to a store called Libby's Superette.They had a whole aisle of candy/twinkies etc. We'd be so hot we would each buy a quart glass bottle of pop and drink right away, then go buy our Bub's Daddy/ Fire sticks/Lik-M-Aid etc. for the next couple weeks. My favorite was the watermelon but I usually bought some of each, was a good deal. Thanks for letting me post this, feel like we need a candy story site...we all have these kind of stories.
Julie Howard - March 29, 2012 - Report this comment
OMG! I thought I was the last one left on the planet to remember Bubs Daddy Gum! I loved all the flavors, especially Original--we would buy it for a nickel a rope at the concession stand at the local swimming pool, and walk home listening to music on our transistor radios!! -- we also bought it from the candy case at our local Dairy Queen!! Yep! A DQ with a candy case--a large variety of all kinds of goodies--we could get a lunch sack full of candy for about a $1.00!!! and I was always sure to include some Bubs Daddy!!
Karen B - May 09, 2012 - Report this comment
LOVED IT!! The gum is not distributed under the Bubb's Daddy name anymore BUT, the EXACT same formula for ALL flavors was used to create " SUPER BUBBLE " bubble gum. I'm chewing apple, right now!!! Brings me wayyyyyy back. Happy Hunting!
Marsha H - October 12, 2012 - Report this comment
Bubs Daddy was my favorite gum when I was a kid. I've searched for about 5 years only to find out recently that the same recipe is used for Super Bubble, but it's not the same, long lasting flavor. Fruit, watermelon and original were my favorite flavors. I've never outgrown loving to chew bubble gum, and I'd love to see this gum made again. I think all of us would! :)
Laura S. - October 02, 2013 - Report this comment
Hey everyone, love reading all your comments. I recently started searching the web about Bub's Daddy. I want my children to experience this amazing gum. There is something to said for it, look how it brought all of us here. After searching the web I found a forum. There was a gum lover like us and he let everyone know that it is still made. The recipe was purchased over thirty years ago and now its called "Super Bubble". Imagine how excited I was, I starting looking at every store I could locally. Found it here at Party City. This past weekend my sons and I were hitting the Halloween stores, while chewing the gum. They are hooked like the rest of us. I can honestly say I felt like a 46 year old kid, awesome. They knew about this gum from me and now are chewing up a storm. I tried the apple, same color, not much powder, lasts me up to over an hour. I had two pieces, next time I'll grab more. Didn't want to overkill it, first try since my childhood. All I can say is I felt like I had just left Heck's 5 and Dime, while walking home chewing it again. My youngest has been sharing it with his friends, he can't get enough of the original. My Oldest likes the grape and their grandmother, my Mom likes the original. Love this gum, I think it's one for the history books. Hopefully now that I've found it, it will stay around for many generations to enjoy. Blowing bubbles, feeling like an innocent child again, sharing that feeling with my kiddos was priceless. I actually had to help teach my 11 year old how to blow huge bubbles, he's never had the opportunity with the game made today. We all know nothing compares to Bub's Daddy. Oh my favorite flavor was watermelon and apple....Happy Chewing!!

Submit a story or info about Bub's Daddy