So on Saturday, I had to step foot into the torture device they call the dentist's office. I really hate the dentist's office, but I thought I'd make the best of it. And so, I present:
Lessons learned at the Dentist's Office:
1. The things they put in your mouth for x-rays were probably medieval torture devices. Your mouth doesn't naturally open like that! Seriously, what the heck is that? I'd like to find the person who came up with it and yell at 'em.
2. The x-ray lead blanket coupled with the reclining chair is ridiculously comfy. I almost fell asleep.
3. Dentists are fabulous at interpreting open mouth talk. You know, the "ah-ahah-uheah-ahg?"
And they answer, "I'm doing really well. How about you?"
SERIOUSLY HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?
4. The water sucky thing is really cool. The one that sucks all the fluid out of your mouth after you rinse? Yeah, that!
5. They have adult versions of the dinosaur flossers for idiots like me who still don't know how to use the real ones.
Aaaand that about sums it up.
Note to self: Learn the names of the instruments so you don't have to sit here describing them like the "water sucky thing."
Hopefully your weekend was more interesting than mine? SPILL!