By now, we’ve all heard about the time machine and the gummy bears, but a Canadian man is using the technology to help him get a little closer to the future.
The man, who has not been named, uses a gummy machine to make the parts and then uses a water jet to blow them up in a tube.
He then puts the gummies back in the tube and it works.
He told CBC News that it took a couple of tries before he was able to get all the gumball parts he needed, but he has now had success with the toothbrush.
This is the first time I’ve ever heard of a person being able to do this with their own toothbrush, and it’s really cool.
The toothbrush itself is made of plastic and can be attached to the gums or the top of the mouth, but it can be used to fill in gaps.
The whole thing is made from PVC pipe and can handle about three pounds of gum.
So far, this toothbrush has been tested in a lab, and the manufacturer has said that it has a capacity of up to about four pounds.