Signs for BUBBLEGUM
ASL signs for 'bubblegum'
How do you say 'bubblegum' in American Sign Language?
A common sign for chewing gum or bubblegum; gum.
Meaning: chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles.
Pronunciation (sign description): The tips of the fingers of the dominant "V" hand with its palm down are in contact with the cheek. The fingers bent down twice while the tips of fingers stay on the cheek.
Leroy is very proud of his entry into the high school's Art Fair. Many visiting parents see only a wad of CHEWED bubble GUM, but art is in the eye of the beholder. A panel of judges who are teachers feel stumped, looking at one another with a tiny "F" in the light reflection in their eyes, but he has made a very powerful artist statement that makes on society. Admittedly, the judges were greatly moved by the statement that argues that we shouldn't be satisfied with being chewed up, spit out, and stuck to the bottom of the one's shoe or under a desk. It's part of an installement. While the judges were, nevertheless, not delighted with his sculpture, pop artist Andy Wahrol might endorse his work. I guess the judges didn't feel the same way, because he was disqualified. You know what, true art doesn't appeal to the mainstream. It's underground, or on this case, on the ground.