Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nerd Bomber, Jan 17, 2006.
I would have to say, the thread title could use a work to clarify what you're about to read.
Yes, I was thinking the same thing.
There are two main jokes possible with this thread:
1. Something about "drilling" the woman in the thread title, e.g. for oil.
2. Something about how the British don't need any help in the bad-teeth department.
Everything else won't be as funny.
I've had "good" dentists screw up fillings. This just makes me cringe.
And I was going to say, No wonder British people have such bad teeth. Now it just doesn't sound as effective
Actually I have good teeth.
Which is why I hate going to the dentist.
I'm there for a few min, then get slapped with a huge bill and the dentist proclaming that she wished all her patients had teeth like mine.
but you're a....scots. are you claiming allegiance to the queen?
Brits don't all have bad teeth, just as not all American are fat lard-arses.
Bitter? Not me, no.
Having said that, mine are pretty good, just a little stained from years of coffee abuse.
Luckily I got private for my teeth (as in not NHS) and get an awesome service... I'm due a polish and an american styled Flouride UV treatment next year. I have a feeling that it'll be like having a 6,000 watt bulb in my gob afterwards
The last time I was at the dentist,which was about a year and half ago, I had to watch Armada reruns in the waiting room. I don't know what was worse,that or the drill.
Sadly I can't remember the last time I went to the dentist. But my teeth aren't in bad shape though.
Her patients aren't the only things of her's he's drilled! Eh? Eh? Nudge, nudge.
We are all part of Great Britain. Scotland, England Northern Ireland and Wales.
At least, while it serves my purpose.
Technically, Canada and Australia also recognize the queen as their head of state, don't they?
Yep, we do as do the rest of the Commonwealth Realms - that's why we have a wacky prime minister as opposed to a president. Although having the Queen as head of state doesn't make us part of Great Britain.
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