Al has been chewing and saving gum since he was 6 years old. Growing up Al's family didn't have much money and chewing gum was a luxury they could barely afford. He started saving all his chewing gum, sticking the chewed wads under his bed. Al always had gum when the urge to chew hit him.
Over the years, He picked up new sticks of gum from trading cards or beneath restaurant benches or tables. He saved all the pieces, combined old and new ones to make the flavor pop in his mouth.
He once lost the wad of gooeyness in his beard for 2 yeats back in the 60's. "ABC" (already been chewed) gum won't harm a person unless they swallow it.
He still continues to add to his wad and chews it with gusto. Not an easy chore for the man who lost all his teeth back in the 70's. He claims his jaw got so strong , he is loaned out as a human hammer. He can pull out 100 nails in 20 seconds.Can your hammer do that?