Food of the Eighties, Pink Panther Bubble Gum
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They were pink bubble gum pieces shaped like the Pink Panther's paw. THey cam in a little bag of about 20 pieces. They tasted like those Garfield lollipops.
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jessica - February 24, 2009 - Report this comment
ha! how I'm 27 years old and I so randomly started to think about this gum that was so delicious when I was a kid. I remeber the day when I first tried it like it was yesterday. How random? Yeah, tell me about it. Good times!
Ryan - April 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes! I loved this gum. I remember getting in trouble because I stuffed the whole package in my mouth. All those little paw prints were delicious!!
street urchin - September 18, 2009 - Report this comment
I swear pink panther gum is involved in some crazy sinister mind control technique. I was hooked on the stuff. I stole money from my mom's stash just to sneak up to the drug store and buy some (at age 5!) I ate an entire pack at once. Later I puked.
Dustin Moore c. 1982 - November 03, 2009 - Report this comment
DUDE! finally! i found something about the notorious pink panther feet gum! the best gum in the world. i would murder to have this sold once again. I beleive this candy was released in 1985-1989 by an underground government agency. It was some experiment, adding addictive secret ingredients to the panther feet to make kids crave it all day. Many reports have been made that many many children would steal from their own mothers purses or from family to attain money to purchase the delicious morsels! BRING EM' BACK!
Yulia - December 15, 2009 - Report this comment
I live in Russia, but when i was a 10 years I've got from my father delicious present: a big box full of pink panther bubble gum and now I wanna this again!!!!!! = )
Rain - March 15, 2013 - Report this comment
If anyone knows where I can buy any or has any photos of the gum please contact me at once!!!! They NEED to bring this gum back. Sign my pink panther petition on whitehouse website to bring it back.
Concerned Consumer - March 15, 2013 - Report this comment
Charlie - March 31, 2014 - Report this comment
Looks like they were put out by Fleer
John beil - January 22, 2016 - Report this comment
My mouth is watering just thinking of it. HI c drink tropical punch taste just like it.
Jeremy (1980) - April 23, 2016 - Report this comment
YES!!! I was surprised to find Pink Panther Paws listed in your '80s food directory. In fact, I was determined to create an entry for this delicious candy! I'm glad that others recall the product, too. These little pink paws were so tasty that I never once chewed them and later spit them out after the flavor wore off, as you would do with ordinary gum. Instead, I devoured the things as if they were meant to be eaten, whether it was safe or not. LOL! Man, kids of the '80s were ABUNDANTLY blessed with the best food, toys, TV shows, cartoons, pro-wrestling, President Reagan--you name it! God is so good. I am also thankful that websites such as this exist so I can connect with other people from my generation and "relive" some of the "magic" of that era. Thanks for what you do, InThe80s!

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