February 18, 2004

They Ought to Put Warnings on These

POST #    773

I was brushing my teeth with my Reach Toothbrush this morning in somewhat of a hurried fashion, as I was running late. Brush, brush, brush. I was moving the toothbrush rather vigorously and firmly. Much to my dismay, my toothbrush suddenly popped out of my mouth and made its way upward towards my eye. There was a nice smear of Mentadent from my mouth, to my nose, and right up past my eye. It's possible that some toothpaste got in my eye, since there was a slight tingling feeling. I've never even done this when drunk, but the combination of the morning haze and a rush might have been just as bad, if not worse. And they expect kids to brush their teeth? Crazy!

Maybe a warning label that says, "Hurried adults, please be advised of the dangers of brushing. Slow your roll...biatch." I think that would work for me.

Are there any other products that they should slap warnings on?

Posted by tien mao in Random at 8:57 AM



Dude, you should have posted a picture of it. I realize this could be difficult, but if you had just squinted for awhile then we would have had a charming pic of Tien in the morning.

Your viewers are becoming demanding.

On another note, I had a nasty toothbrush experience myself. Somehow I managed to lose my grip on my toothbrush and shoved the head of the brush down my throat causing me to gag and almost vomit. Gross. Toothbrushs should have a warning - you are on to something, maybe we should sue for possible death and possible loss of eye. I am sure we could make millions.

Posted by: Bunny at February 18, 2004 11:42 AM

yeah, i'm not sure i had the time to take a photo of it. and does the public really want to see me without my shirt off? i don't think so.

Posted by: tien at February 18, 2004 12:11 PM

my dentist always warns me about brushing with too much force. now i know why.

Posted by: Jimmy Legs at February 18, 2004 11:57 PM

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