Arachibutyrophobia and Tom Miller’s Sticky Success

Peanut Butter Lovers Month at Carepackage.com

This weekend marks the last weekend of National Peanut Butter Month.  But for authentic peanut butter lovers, we celebrate the beloved legume all year long!

When we began this peanut butter blog series, we asked if you knew what arachibutyrophobia was.  Are you ready for the much-anticipated answer?

The fear of getting peanut butter stuck to the roof of your mouth.

For those arachibutyrophibiacs out there, how would you feel if you had a peanut stuck to your nose for 4 days, 23 hours, 47 minutes, and 3 seconds?  That was Tom Miller’s award-winning accomplishment—using his nose, he pushed a peanut 14,100 feet up Pike’s Peak.  Just an idea for a fun activity you could do on your next vacation…

Join us tomorrow to find out how many peanut butter sandwiches can be made off one acre of land—and other fun facts you’ve always wanted to know. 

Source: http://www.nationalpeanutboard.org/classroom-funfacts.php

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