June 25, 2012

There's a new sheriff in town....

There's a new sheriff in town....

I, [name redacted], vow to brush and floss my teeth more than twice a day. 
I also vow to use mouth wash more than twice a day.

Isn't that common knowledge? Why would anyone need to be reminded of that?

There's this person-- let's call her Jazz-- who can get so lazy sometimes. It's all about the present, so she rarely thinks of the future when it comes to certain situations. For example, she likes to brush her teeth before she eats, but not after. Good oral hygiene always takes a backseat with regards to food; hence the teeth being cleaned before the meal. Jazz wears braces, which causes food to get stuck between the brackets, but that's still not a good enough reason to brush after every meal. I can hear her saying: that's what God created toothpicks for, right? Let's fast forward to yesterday when she went on a shopping spree and bought way too much items to improve her dental hygiene. 

First question, who has an epiphany regarding her teeth inside of a RiteAid, while shopping for dental floss? Bizarre story short: the dental floss was never purchased and I-- she, Jazz, has to go back out tomorrow and buy some for $2. Anyway, Jazz bought way too many things and now she has a oath to uphold. 

The list includes
  1. A small dental kit that includes a dental scaler, dental mirror, and dental pick.
  2. Slim Brush Cleaners (which is similar to floss)
  3. Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection mouth wash (that 1 liter bottle cost half an arm...)
What's the big deal since it's only 3 items, right?  Let's include the Oral-B 3D White Vivid 8-pack of toothbrushes and the matching Oral-B 3D White Vivid 8-pack of toothpaste that was purchased in North Carolina two months ago. Both packs are still unopened!

Jazz is motivated but similar to everything else that she's been determined to do, she'll forget about it in a week. But what if she took an oath? She'd have to remember her words the very minute she decides to quit, right? Right?!?!?


Tune in tomorrow, not next week, when she forgets to brush, floss, and use mouth wash at least twice a day.

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