Does gum expire?

Does gum go bad? My mom found an entire bucket full of bubble gum (all un-opened) and let my younger brothers have some and they seem fine. I  chewed some and it doesn't tatse weird or anything, but will it make me sick?D

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I don't think there's an expiration date stamped on gum. That may give you a clue.

BTW I hope you didn't get sick.  Wink

Love one another.

I say that if you can still blow bubbles and it tastes good and if you and your brothers are here to tell the story then it should be just fine to chew!! Don't forget to brush afterwards..

Gum doesn't expire, but it does get pretty hard.

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