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GUM CHAINS

WE USED TO MAKE GUMWRAPPER CHAINS OUT OF THE WRAPPERS
FROM ANY BRAND OF STICK GUM. WE DID IT BY FOLDING
THE WRAPPERS IN HALF THE LONG WAY AND THEN THE SHORT
WAY, AND CONNECTING THE PIECES. WHEN THE CHAIN GOT
LONG ENOUGH, A GIRL WAS SUPPOSED TO BURN IT IN FRONT
OF THE GUY SHE LIKED, AND HE WAS SUPPOSED TO TAKE IT
FROM THERE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Marriage
ART CRAFT ARCHITECTURE -- Raw Material
ART CRAFT ARCHITECTURE -- Finished Product

Date learned: 00-00-1965

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