I felt really foolish sitting in the dentist’s chair with the pink paper bib thing around my neck
… especially after they told me I wasn’t going to get a discount for bringing my own.
note: I like the dentist who does all the tooth drilling and grinding. I figure, either I am a masochist or she’s the only female dentist there.
double note: do not drink blue kool-aid before going to the dentist.
triple note: “teeth and trees are very similar; they both are made of wood.”
(quote from my great-great-grandmother … or someone like that)
Everything has become much clearer to me today: I washed my windows.
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note: lettuce is a good substitute … when toothpasties aren’t available.
double note: do you have something in your teeth or are you an exotic dancer?
notes to myself #150
Stripper Bars eventually lose there appeal.
… I don’t know when, but I’m sure it happens.
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Tagged accessorizing, da da dum da da da dum!, dental floss, gentle floss, humor, incisorizing, incisors, lettuce, pasties and a g-string, stripper bars ... or peeler bars, teeth, toothpasties and a g-string
My friend’s teeth are all starting to fall out.
He’s taken good care of them: brushing regularly and going to the dentist every 6 months,
they keep falling out one after the other.
He’s not too worried about it for some reason.
He’s only 7 years old though.
Me? I’d be freaking out!!
note: is a mouthful of blueberries classified as bluetooth technology?
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Tagged bluetooth technology, freaking out, humor, teeth, teeth falling out, wind-up teeth
In Japan there is no Tooth Fairy.
The upper teeth are thrown on the ground outside the family home.
The lower teeth are thrown up on to the roof.
No one has given me a reasonable explanation for this.
To be fair, I’ve only asked 7 year olds so far.
The idea of a tooth fairy is kind of creepy when you start to think about it. Someone visiting you while you sleep and taking away the tooth you have left under the pillow as an offering.
But hey, free money!
If only there was an ear wax or dirty underwear fairy.
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