Ruby Tuesday: ABC Gum


 

Red-sash window,
ABC gum,
Once upon a time
It was yum, yum, yum!

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Gum Wall, Seattle
 
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Posted on June 14, 2010, in my digital photos, my light verse, Ruby Tuesday, Seattle. Bookmark the permalink. 33 Comments.

  1. Quite impressive
    for a red missive

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      Well, Beverly, I suppose the gum was good at one time, but now? Ah, not so much. I have a new summer school post up that you might enjoy. Come on over!

  2. This looks like a painting … it is chewed gum on a window? A creative creation.

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      After I read your comment, Leora, I looked at the photo again. It DOES look like a painting. Thanks for pointing that out!

  3. Eww do they make a wall from all the gummy that is once a yummy?? Happy RT!

    Just cutie

  4. I’m curious to know where this is. 🙂

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      Click “Gum Wall” under the photo. It’ll take you to a descriptive article on Wikipedia. The Gum Wall really exists in Seattle–and I’ll bet you thought I just made this up, right? 😉

  5. Does this stuff seal as well as caulk??

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      I imagine it does, Ralph! 🙂 It’s probably great for sealing cavities. Oh, wait! I think it CAUSES cavities. Never mind.

  6. I was a senior
    she was a novice teacher
    you chew –give me some

    Really my English teacher said, “if you chew gum in class you have to offer me some.” That wouldn’t fit my five syllables.

    Happy RT! Knowing where that gum came from, those students weren’t as lucky as I was.
    ..
    BTW, I was the only one whom she told that. I always felt I was her teacher’s pet.
    ..

  7. I hope nobody would attempt to touch that wall 🙂 would be icky hehehe! colorful though.

  8. A place to put your gun and call it art… Now that’s a Ruby find! I need to have one in my yard for all those kids used gum.
    My ruby link for you

  9. What a ‘modern’ composition — a little creepy and a lot beautiful. Love your haikus too.
    Happy Tuesday to you!

  10. What an interesting shot of the window. I was not sure what was under it for a short bit!!!!!

  11. Great photo…..but ewww haha!
    If your interested check out my unique photo challenge website http://www.weekdayphotos.com, every weekday has its own theme and a different photo challenge every week.
    The themes are:

    Monday – Creative Colors
    Tuesday – Macro
    Wednesday – 2 of a kind
    Thursday – Urban
    Friday – Sunset

    The winning photo for every theme/week gets their photo published on the website, check it out and ill be glad if you would join 🙂

    Have a good one!

  12. poems paint strong pictures
    visions, words unleash a heart
    paper,pen, waiting…

  13. Lol. I wouldn’t dare touch that window.

    Great shot!

  14. gum art!!
    very cool

  15. Jackson Pollok chew your heart out! Chewing gum is supposed to be good for the brain.

  16. hahahahaha teacher!
    ABC gum was the ONLY gum that the golden kids could afford.
    big deal if it was Aready Been Chewed!..we used to scrape it up from the sidewalks or anywhere else that others had thrown it and it WAS yum yum yum!
    this window of already been chewed gun would have been a real treasure for sure!
    boy, with all the germs nowadays, i guess there would have been nine little indians that would have got some sick and left the scenes of earth!

    thanks for your visit to me and thanks for leaving your ruby tuesday link!……..love terry

  17. Very, very good.

    chew it in the classroom
    hid it under the desk
    teacher will find it
    you can just bet

  18. Ooops! I missed this post earlier. Glad I found it. Yum, yum, yum! 😉

  19. This is very creative and quite surprising too.

  20. That’s just wild!

  21. i was thunder struck (5)
    such wondrous simplicity, (7)
    haiku on fridays! (5)

    come see…
    come play!

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