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12 hours ago, Granny Danger said:

No.  Do you want to presume anything else?

I presume you're Bob Mortimer, then.

 

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18 hours ago, Robin.Hood said:

Get my wisdom tooth taken out next friday. Nae gid 

I've had 2 out under local anaesthetics and the worst bit was the jabs. Both stopped bleeding the same day and the stinging wasn't much worse than a cut anywhere. 

Definitely nowhere near as bad as circumcision as an adult. 

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3 hours ago, supermik said:

^^^
 

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Monty Molar, my long lost friend... 

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I've had all of my wisdom teeth out over the course of the last year, and all under local anaesthetic. Thought it would be a skoosh when the first one basically just popped out. They got progressively more difficult, and by the last one, it felt like he had his feet up on the wall to get enough purchase to rip the fucker out.

The last one was the only one that was sore for more than a few hours after the anaesthetic wore off, and that was probably just from the force required rather than anything else. It was fine after 24 hours though.

As a sidenote, are dental hygienists the cuntiest people in the world, or is this just my bad luck?

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1 hour ago, Mark Connolly said:

I've had all of my wisdom teeth out over the course of the last year, and all under local anaesthetic. Thought it would be a skoosh when the first one basically just popped out. They got progressively more difficult, and by the last one, it felt like he had his feet up on the wall to get enough purchase to rip the fucker out.

The last one was the only one that was sore for more than a few hours after the anaesthetic wore off, and that was probably just from the force required rather than anything else. It was fine after 24 hours though.

As a sidenote, are dental hygienists the cuntiest people in the world, or is this just my bad luck?

Dental hygienists are to dentists what dentists are to doctors in failing to make the grade stakes.

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14 minutes ago, MixuFruit said:

Dental hygienists are to dentists what dentists are to doctors in failing to make the grade stakes.

I see more dentists driving about in big cars than doctors.

And all the dentists I know work about 3 days a week.

ETA c***s the lot of them though.

Edited by Melanius Mullarkey

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2 minutes ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

I see more dentists driving about in big cars than doctors.

And all the dentists I know work about 3 days a week.

 

I got told not to ask such a stupid question when I asked the school careers adviser what job was the most money for the least work and now I wish I'd persisted with that line of questioning.

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1 hour ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

I see more dentists driving about in big cars than doctors.

How do you know?

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Back in the day we used to get gas and air before getting a tooth extracted. 

Apparently (aged 8 ) I informed the dentist that my Dad was a better footballer than him before going under

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3 hours ago, GordonD said:

How do you know?

In my vast and statistically significant population of 3 dentists and 4 doctors (1 consultant surgeon), the dentists drive more expensive cars so my theory is correct and will not enter into any further discussion on the matter. 
 

Good day, sir.

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It seems to be an English thing but people who say "just about" when they actually mean "did"

Just (about) heard a newsreader on LBC say that West Ham "just about" beat Southend 1-0 in the FA cup....so did they beat Southend?  or was it a haed luck story?

Recall a commentator once saying the goalie "just about" kept the ball out...when he quite clearly did keep it out

Is it just me?

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27 minutes ago, Caledonian1 said:

It seems to be an English thing but people who say "just about" when they actually mean "did"

Just (about) heard a newsreader on LBC say that West Ham "just about" beat Southend 1-0 in the FA cup....so did they beat Southend?  or was it a haed luck story?

Recall a commentator once saying the goalie "just about" kept the ball out...when he quite clearly did keep it out

Is it just me?

No, not just you. I detest this as well and I'm fully on your side.

'Just about' means someone nearly did something, but ultimately failed.

What these fools mean is 'only just'.

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31 minutes ago, Caledonian1 said:

It seems to be an English thing but people who say "just about" when they actually mean "did"

Just (about) heard a newsreader on LBC say that West Ham "just about" beat Southend 1-0 in the FA cup....so did they beat Southend?  or was it a haed luck story?

Recall a commentator once saying the goalie "just about" kept the ball out...when he quite clearly did keep it out

Is it just me?

 

Heard a commentator saying yesterday that :

"The ball just wouldn't come down for him"

Is gravity not what it used to be?

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I have now been throwing up for over 24 hours, and no I’ve not been back on the booze.
How much longer before I give up and die/go to hospital?

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5 hours ago, Raidernation said:

I have now been throwing up for over 24 hours, and no I’ve not been back on the booze.
How much longer before I give up and die/go to hospital?

I’d try the hospital first tbh.

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20 hours ago, Melanius Mullarkey said:

I see more dentists driving about in big cars than doctors.

And all the dentists I know work about 3 days a week.

ETA c***s the lot of them though.

Do dentists drive Porsche canine-elevens? 

The hygienist my dentist has is a little Polish wid called Wioleta. 

I had a workmate who went to Dundee Uni and he knew someone studying dentistry there. The guy was so bad he was told never to practice dentistry and he eventually joined the Army and end up as dentist to the Gurkhas. Poor buggers. 

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I had a workmate who went to Dundee Uni and he knew someone studying dentistry there. The guy was so bad he was told never to practice dentistry and he eventually joined the Army and end up as dentist to the Gurkhas. Poor buggers. 

I knew a useless chap in Albania who bought his dentistry degree then spent his time complaining about never getting hired.

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