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December 14, 2018 / Posted by:

Bubble Yum’s BananaBerry Split gum!

It feels like in the 1980s, the brand new flavor that made taste buds perk up and say, “What is this magical flavor?”, was strawberry banana. Or maybe I just think that because I had newbie tastebuds back then and just thought it was a magical brand new flavor that had never been invented. But it seems like in the 80s and early-90s, everyone did a strawberry banana flavor from Strawberry Banana Jell-O to Strawberry Banana Lip Smackers to Strawberry Banana Kool-Aid (which was technically strawberry, banana, and naranja, but who cares about details). And in the mid-80s, Bubble Yum decided to splash strawberry banana sweetness onto tongues with BananaBerry Split.

BananaBerry Split sounds like it should taste like a banana split with a period, but it was basically just a layer of strawberry hugging a block of banana. Bubble Yum introduced BananaBerry Split along with Luscious Lime, and they gave them a joint commercial that was like a knock-off music video from The Cars as done by a first year film student at a community college. In other words, it was special effects perfection!

BananaBerry Split didn’t make it to the 90s. But if you’re a child of the 80s and are craving some, just go through the box of childhood clothes in your parents’ garage, attic, or basement. There’s a chance there might be a thing of BananaBerry Split in the pocket of one of your childhood pants. And I’m sure it’s as fresh as ever, because thanks to chemicals, Bubble Yum gum is as well preserved as Cher.

Pic: Flickr (For Jenni)

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