Thursday, September 29, 2011

Toothbrushes needed

I just found this so funny...  I mean, how do they know?  Are those the dogs that don't go to their dentists regularly?

Should we take up a collection for Colgate Total, the one that prevents Gingevitis? 

Last night, Rick announced that he needed a new toothbrush.  Because his was no longer green in the middle.  I studied his toothbrush and saw PLENTY of green bristles in the center of his brush. 

"What are you talking about, Rick?  I see almost nothing BUT green."

"But they used to be ALL green.  And now they are slowly sinking away."

I looked at my brush, which is and was exactly like his...  the bristles were green all over, too.  And I showed him how the bristles of both brushes were still in fine, fine shape.  His answer?  "You need a new toothbrush, too."

And he proceeded to tell me how the green bristles in the middle sink down into the handle when you need a new brush.  And his bristles had sunk quite a bit into his handle.


Never mind that the brush was built that way... with lower bristles in the middle.  Never mind that the brush was NOT a magic wand and the bristles don't magically shrink into the handle.  Never mind... oh never mind.  He's not getting a new brush.

Unless, of course, he can prove that 4 out of 5 men over the age of three may have gum disease.

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