When you think of gum, the first word that comes to your mind is probably ‘soulless’. But what if we tell you that there are some gummy souls out there? Yes, it’s not just humans who have souls but also trees and plants. We’re sure this will give you goosebumps. Well, these gummy souls aren’t like those creepy gummy bears you see at toy stores; they are way creepier. These scary gummies are called the tree spirits or tree ghosts—yes, the same ones from Terrifying Treehouse Maze. These tree spirits can take up any form of a plant or tree and attack humans without them knowing it. Even though they look cute with their red bulbous eye-like body and yellow tentacles, these gummy souls are vicious and evil in nature. In fact, they have been known to kill humans in extremely violent ways.
Do Gums Grow Back After Injury?
Yes, gums do grow back after injury. It can take several weeks or months for the gums to fully heal and the tissue to regenerate. The healing process may be faster or slower depending on the extent of the injury and the overall health of the individual.
What Exactly Happens When You’re Attacked By A Gum?
- Gum attacks are usually carried out by certain types of trees. Some of these trees are known to be the most aggressive and harmful to humans, including the red gum and the swamp oak. The red gum is a tree that can grow up to 30 meters in height and is found in Australia, New Guinea, Fiji and other Pacific Islands. It’s also known as ‘the tree from hell’ because of its ability to kill humans through strangulation. This type of tree has sharp thorns that can easily penetrate through human skin and break blood vessels. There have been reports in which people have died after sustaining injuries from this type of tree.
- Other types of trees include the blue gum or buffaloberry (northern Queensland), the laurel oak (New South Wales), the wattle (Victoria) and the silver wattle (Tasmania). These trees are known for their poisonous properties, which may lead to death if not treated immediately after attack. In some cases, these poisonous substances can cause hallucinations or even death by vomiting.
- Another type of tree is called ‘gum ghost’ or ‘gumtree spirit’—yes, this is another name for a gummy spirit—which may look like a normal gum tree but has an aggressive nature that makes it dangerous for humans. This particular type of plant doesn’t have any thorns on its branches but instead has sharp-pointed leaves that can easily penetrate through human skin. The leaves are also known to have a sweet taste that may lead to death if not treated immediately after being attacked.
- Gum attacks may also be carried out by vines or parasitic plants such as the strangler fig. This type of plant is known to grow in a way that it can wrap around humans and choke them to death, especially if the victim does not notice this unusual growing habit. Other types of plants include the native apple and the wild raspberry, which are known for their ability to produce toxins that will kill humans without them knowing it.
Why Do Gums Attack Humans?
1) Plants have the ability to sense the presence of humans. When these plants detect people, they may attack them because they may think that people are an enemy.
2) Some plants may also be threatened by humans and will attack them in order to protect their territory. Other plants are known to attack humans in order to protect themselves from being eaten.
3) Plant attacks can also be carried out by certain types of insects, such as wasps or bees, which can sting victims without leaving any marks that can be noticed. When a bee stings a person, the bee’s venom will enter through the victim’s skin and cause allergic reactions that lead to death if not treated immediately after attack.
4) Another reason why gums may attack humans is because they are looking for a mate and need to find a place where it can hang out with other gums so that it can reproduce. If a gum tree cannot find any mates at its particular location, it will move on to another location where other gums are present. This type of tree is known as ‘tree nomads’ and is usually seen in areas where there are no natural barriers preventing them from moving from one area to another.
5) In addition, gums can also attack humans because they may have become bored with the same location and need to find a new place to hang out. They also do this in order to protect themselves against being eaten by other plants or animals.
6) The last reason why gums may attack humans is because the gum tree feels a threat of danger and needs to defend itself by attacking any form of enemy that comes near it. These types of trees are known as ‘defensive trees’ because they protect themselves from enemies that come near their territory.
Which Part Of Your Body Does A Gum Attack?
-Gums may attack the skin of the body in an attempt to protect themselves from being harmed by humans.
-Gums may also attack the skin of the body in order to find a mate and reproduce. This is why they need to find a mate that is close by so that they can meet up with them frequently.
-Gums may also attack the skin of the body in order to protect themselves from being eaten by other plants and animals.
-Gums can defend themselves by moving around in search of mates and reproduce. This is why they need to move around frequently so that they can find mates close by so that they can meet up with them frequently.
Are Gums Dangerous For Humans?
- Gum can be dangerous for humans if it is swallowed. If gum is swallowed, it can block the digestive system. If this happens, it can be very dangerous and may require surgery to remove the gum. Chewing gum can also be dangerous for your teeth. If you chew gum too much, you can wear down the enamel on your teeth. This can lead to tooth decay and other dental problems.
- Gums are safe for humans as long as they stay away from the gum tree. If a gum tree feels threatened by an enemy, it will defend itself by attacking any form of enemy that comes close to it. This is why gums are safe for humans as long as they stay away from them.
- Gums can be dangerous for humans if they get too close to the gum tree and try to attack it. This is why gums can be dangerous for humans if they get too close to them and try to attack them with their stings.
- The last reason why gums may attack humans is because the gum tree feels a threat of danger and needs to defend itself by attacking any form of enemy that comes near it. These types of trees are known as ‘defensive trees’ because they protect themselves from enemies that come near their territory.
- Gums can also attack humans because they may have become bored with the same location and need to find a new place to hang out. They also do this in order to protect themselves against being eaten by other plants or animals.
Does The Gum Grow Back After An Injury?
- Yes it does.
- Gums heal as long as the injury is not too severe and the gum is not damaged at all.
- If an injury to a gum tree is completely severed, then yes, the gum tree will grow back after the wound heals because it does not have any invasive methods of self-defense from now on, so it will be safe for it to make another stand in defense against enemies.
- If there is a severe wound to any part of the gum tree, then it will still have the same abilities as ever. It can still defend itself and protect itself against enemies that try to attack it.
- Gums never die once they are destroyed, because they have an extremely effective system of defense and self-preservation from now on that makes them invincible, therefore making them immortal for future generations to come.
These gummy souls are extremely dangerous and should be avoided at all costs. If you happen to be hiking in a forest and see a colorful plant with yellow tentacles sprouting out of the ground, don’t walk past it. Instead, turn around and walk in the other direction as quickly as possible. And if for some reason you do get attacked by a gum, make sure to treat the injury with extreme care.