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did I miss anything guys?
my top lip looks like I 've had a stroke - lovely- I blame bammy
Dentists are rubbish. I have the ridiculous idea that the longer I don't go, the less likely the possibility I will have to have fillings, usually meaning every time I go they are like, "RIGHT 5 fillings brainlove OPEN WIDE"...
badyboy fillings just then - I knew about them for ages but I put it off as Im scared of them
my use of the words 'So' and 'Guys' in the last thread were used in satire in case anyone thinks I've gone soppy
jsut in case people thought I was M****F***a
anyway why aren't you cunts coming to see us next weds it is free!
sorry I was a bit of a vulgarian there wasn't I?
I might come but it's unlikely cos I'm working
actually mind the dentist. I find it relaxing. I may be in a majority. People who are scared of dentists are wierd, in my mind.
but today she was 'clumsy' with the needle and quite literally 'touched a nerve' - but she's pretty and smiles so I let her off though having a filling to the sound of a live version of 'One' by U2 opn Virgin was quite traumatic
anyway bammy you have to love your oral experiences as yr on the pay roll ain't yer?
on the payroll, but that doesn't mean I have to like it.
And my earlier post was supposed to say minority, not majority. Obviously.
Burt Reynolds. So I spend my appointments imagining him in Smoky And The Bandit.
I havn't got any fillings. I now don't want to go to the dentist 'cos I have to pay now what with not being a student and all, so I know they'll be all "you need 17 filling" DRIIIIIIIIILL and then charge me Â£1000 or something.
I wouldnt let burt reynolds in my mouth - look what he did to the Sherriff's entire fleet of police cars in Smokey and the Bandit II: the Kyoto Protocol
i just have immense difficulty trusting people who have commercial incentives from telling me what is wrong with me medically.
i'm not actually even registered with a dentist in london.
way for dentistry to be viable in the current climate (and this is partly down to the Government) is to ensure that it is run as a business. This doesn't affect the way that you are treated though - not negatively, anyway. They aren't going to randomly give you seven fillings when you don't need them, because the majority of dentists are moral people.
Anyway. I'll shut up.
must be the only person in the UK who's had zilch work done to thier teeth, no need for shards of metal in mine.
The dentist must be lazy or something as he always says they are fine...
My old dentist tried to get me to have a procedure that he even admitted wasn't neccessary and tried to charge me Â£150 for it.
My mother had a fun instance whereby, after a period of not working she started working again and was told since she was paying for her treatment now they "may as well send her in for some x-rays".
is that you spend all yr life making sure they don't decay and when you die they're the only thing that stay intact until Tony Robinson digs you up 3450 years later on Channel 4
I'm not worthy of a even a special school am I?
Dentistist the people most likely to commit suicide? or is that vet's? I can never remember.
followed by former X Factor finalists
Im going to my works do now - with a numb mouth - wish me well! or just ignore me. dont mind really
who i visit always conveniently "commit suicide" after i'm done with them
she had a headache.
Obscure 80s cop show joke
mmmm william shatner
"not on the first date"
that if i kept on scoring tries he would break my neck.
That metal buzzing thing is so erousing.
they never do it rigth, which means i have to do more work.
is the electric toothbrush thing, that's lovely and tickles me in very special places.
when I had my top wisdom teeth out. Just the short stab of pain when she attempted to pull it out with the pliers was unbearable and I squeaked and asked her to put MORE anasthetic on it.