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World's Biggest Gummy Bears

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Think about 32,000 calories. That's the equivalent of 140 Big Macs. All in one gummy bear.

Behold the world's biggest bouncy bear chew. Weighing in at more than 6,200 times bigger than the puny normal gummies, it's 17 inches in height and costs $149 (about £100). It also has a 34 fl oz tummy to store other gummy bears. Not booze. Definitely not booze.

You can buy one here. You can, but you won't. Oh and there's a video, because why wouldn't there be...

Altogether now! "And when I shake my hips like this, I bet your daddy disapproves. I'm gonna party bear tonight"

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