What are jawbreakers good for?

What are jawbreakers good for?

Oakley's Jawbreaker Prizm Road sunglasses are an outstanding pair of sunglasses for road cycling. The optics are clear and distortion-free, and the Prizm tint clarifies the road surface while also providing basic UV protection and shade for your eyes. Additionally, these sunglasses have a durable polycarbonate frame that is lightweight and flexible. The hinges are smooth and easy to use with no loose parts, and the rubberized grip on the bottom of the frame provides excellent stability when you're riding over rough roads.

The Jawbreakers come in six different colors: black, dark gray, light gray, red, white, and yellow. Each pair of glasses comes with two interchangeable nosepieces, one large and one small, so you can find the right fit quickly without having to buy a new pair of sunglasses every time you need a new prescription.

Jawbreakers are perfect for people who like to cycle long distances because they offer great protection against sunlight and other elements while still allowing them to see clearly at all times. These sunglasses are also ideal for people who work in construction or other jobs where they are exposed to dust, dirt, and other substances that could cause irritation if they were wearing traditional glass lenses.

Finally, Jawbreakers are good for people who want to look cool while cycling because they come in crazy designs that won't be available anywhere else!

What kind of candy is a jawbreaker?

Large psychedelic jawbreakers are firm white candy covered with colorful bursts. Jawbreakers are ideal for adorning a candy bar for birthdays, baby showers, or any other special event. These splatter-style sweet jewels are sure to please Jackson Pollock.

Also known as bubble gum rocks, jawbreakers were invented by the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company in Chicago in 1951. The original flavor was peppermint, but others were soon added including lemon, lime, apple, grape, and cinnamon. Today, new flavors are still created annually based on popular demand.

Jawbreakers are made from caramelsized sugar mixed with corn syrup that has been colored with natural food dyes. It is then rolled under heavy machinery into thin strips which are twisted into ropes and sliced into triangular pieces called jawbreakers. The candy is hard when first made but will soften if exposed to air or heat.

People all over the world love jawbreakers because they are fun to eat and beautiful to look at. They also make great gifts for kids of all ages. At Halloween time, you can find jellybeans with plastic eyeballs and buttons attached; these are called trick-or-treaters. In fact, the term "trick or treat" comes from early settlers giving out jawbreakers as treats on All Saints Day (November 1st).

What happens if you lick a jawbreaker?

Jawbreakers generally contain numerous layers of various colors. When you lick a jawbreaker, the color of the layer you're licking will most likely stain your tongue. The more layers there are, the more colors you'll be able to taste. Jawbreakers are made from sugar and other ingredients which make them very sweet. This is why it may not be a good idea to eat many of these devices in your lifetime.

There have been reports of people who have eaten several hundred jawbreakers without any problems occurring. However, it is recommended that you only eat one or two a day with no more than 10 minutes having passed since your last bite. Eating too many jawbreakers can lead to cramping, diarrhea, and increased pressure in the head followed by brain damage and death.

If you want to find out what happens if you eat every flavor of jawbreaker, read on!

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George Bray

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