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April 23, 2009

HUH?

Chewing gum may raise math grades in teens

Key Fact:
"The study was funded by chewing gum maker Wrigley."

(Thanks to Cynthia)

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Only a cynic would believe that this was not a true breakthrough in modern education. *pop*

Einstein always had it stuck in his hair.

You'd be surprised how much information can be crammed onto cheat-sheets written on gum wrappers.

Hang on.

*grabs gum and puts it on napkin*

I can't post and chew gum at the same time.

*hair flip*

Silly me, I kept telling my kid to study harder!

Without improvement on the Woodcock Johnson Test, this result just doesn't stand up. It's just not very firm.

My teachers always made us spit our gum out if we got caught chewing it in class. Little did they know how much they were damaging our education by doing this. I feel the need to sue somebody.

I used to chew on my bottom lip whenever I saw those double-mint twins, is that related?

Woodcock Johnson wbagnfarb ...

This is what Jack Bauer contributed to the study.

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