Here is where you discuss everything under the sun, just keep it clean.
Why don't we hear much about his teeth,
we know he lost some at an early age.
I bring it up because I just returned from the
dentist, I had a tooth pulled, it's amazing how
such a little thing can bring so much pain.
The dentist did a great job, thankfully no
complications that I know of, (I didn't feel a thing)
if there were I didn't feel it.
I kept thinking of that dentist song that's from a new
lol.....on Jonathan Ross many years ago he said his teeth were all fake ....but i think he meant his top ones are veneers.....i think his bottom ones are all his though and he'll get them whitened to match the top ones........
lol.............but why do the British have a reputation for horrible teeth??........It seems that the whole world thinks our teeth are nasty......lol.......(mine are great BTW....... )
@ Fluffy LOL
It's not always considered that British or Europeans have bad teeth. My husband has a enamel thing that as he ages the inside of his teeth discentegrade, leaving them very brittle and breakable. He's had root canals and everything. Also an idiot of a dentist shaved his gums to make his teeth look bigger (all it did was leave parts of his teeth that had no enamel on them exposed to outside elements. He is very self-conscious of his teeth. Since then he doesn't smile with his teeth, just his lips.
I think that when we can get the moola for it, I'm so signing him up for veneers. I would love to see him smile again and boots his self confidence!
Schmoyoho-oh-oh-oh accent on the YO!
That's the major way to extend teeth but as
age creeps up, I have friends that have had
plates since they were 30 yrs old.
I figure even if I have a partial at least I
can smile again and it is not as costly as
having several root canals done and I've
already had one fall apart after 10or so years
too bad they can't do a plate that will be similar
to veneers with a partial.
I hate it when I chew and end up biting my tongue
arghhhhh! because my front tooth is really jagged
I just watched that interview and I think he might have been joking cause he said that he doesn't have a left arm and that he's just pieced together. I think they [the teeth] are all his cause he mentioned in one of his interviews, I can't remember which one, that the chipped tooth in dumb and dumber wasn't fake, that that actually happened. Now, don't quote me on that. But I think that's right.
Thanks for sharing
Maybe we need a book called
How the "little tooth" gets squeezed
out by the "Big teeth"
I think kids would love it, could do a parallel on this one too
I was talking about teeth this week with some children
I had mentioned my teeth won't grow back like theirs, so I'll probably have to have all my top teeth taken out eventually
One asked "Why do we only get money and not big presents when
our teeth fall out?"
Another child answered "that only happens when you loose a lot of
teeth at once"
I had to smile
I thought "What kind of big gift would a hockey player want"
Re: Interview On Tonight Show
posted by Cotton Jan 31, 2014
When Jim is wearing the mask and doing a mock
communication thingy, Jim talks about commitment
that reminded me of a movie I saw called "1776" on TCM
“There are only two creatures of value on the face of the earth: those with the commitment, and those who require the commitment of others.”
― John Adams
I thought this was very interesting
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