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    When did dental care in public bathrooms become acceptable?!

    Flossing and flinging your food scraps all over the place. Brushing your teeth and spitting your foamy residue on the sink and mirror.

    I don't want to see this, you anal-retentive, Felix Hunger-like dooshbags. Do it in the privacy of the your own home, cavedwellers.

    How'd you like it if every day I do a self prostate exam and leave the rubber gloves in the sink? Don't tempt me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    Flossing and flinging your food scraps all over the place. Brushing your teeth and spitting your foamy residue on the sink and mirror.

    I don't want to see this, you anal-retentive, Felix Hunger-like dooshbags. Do it in the privacy of the your own home, cavedwellers.

    How'd you like it if every day I do a self prostate exam and leave the rubber gloves in the sink? Don't tempt me.

    Perfect analogy. Those are totally comparable.

    I never understood the brushing your teeth at work thing either though- if your breath stinks, take a mint. If something's stuck, use some floss.

    But I guess I don't feel as strongly as you do. But if I see you going into the Hampur restroom with a tube of lube and smile, I will head to the Pfail Strip facilities instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crasherino View Post
    Perfect analogy. Those are totally comparable.

    I never understood the brushing your teeth at work thing either though- if your breath stinks, take a mint. If something's stuck, use some floss.

    But I guess I don't feel as strongly as you do. But if I see you going into the Hampur restroom with a tube of lube and smile, I will head to the Pfail Strip facilities instead.
    don't worry - I'll have someone post a HD utubez video of the entire procedure.

    back to the dental stuff: its effin disgusting. No one should have to see anyone rooting around in either orifice.

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    I usually schedule my dental appointments in the afternoon, so when I'm done, there's no point in going back to work for an hour, and I just go home instead.

    As such, I bring my toothbrush to work and brush my teeth before leaving for the dentist. Only happens twice a year, but tough doodies for anyone who's offended.

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    I'm talking twice a day: after breakfast, and after lunch; every day.

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    Eh.

    You're dooting 6 inches from another dude who is dooting.

    I don't get the outrage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    How'd you like it if every day I do a self prostate exam and leave the rubber gloves in the sink?
    Things would like it. Those gloves would be gone pronto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    Eh.

    You're dooting 6 inches from another dude who is dooting.

    I don't get the outrage.
    +1

    Once you've sat on a warm toilet seat in the middle of a fiery hellish stench, there are no more rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big L View Post
    I usually schedule my dental appointments in the afternoon, so when I'm done, there's no point in going back to work for an hour, and I just go home instead.

    As such, I bring my toothbrush to work and brush my teeth before leaving for the dentist. Only happens twice a year, but tough doodies for anyone who's offended.
    Do you think that last ditch effort is going to hold any sway with the dentist? As if brushing one time will mask you not flossing for the past 6 months?

    Personally, I go the opposite way. I gorge on a box of oreos and all sorts of messy, stanky foods. Fuk him - let the dentist earn his insurance money he so graciously accepts on my behalf (yeah, he's my cousin).

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    Quote Originally Posted by crasherino View Post
    Do you think that last ditch effort is going to hold any sway with the dentist? As if brushing one time will mask you not flossing for the past 6 months?

    Personally, I go the opposite way. I gorge on a box of oreos and all sorts of messy, stanky foods. Fuk him - let the dentist earn his insurance money he so graciously accepts on my behalf (yeah, he's my cousin).
    My dental hygenists are all women. So I'm holding out hope that, just once, my dental visit will evolve in to a 70's porn flick with something like "Oh, Mr. Big L, you're teeth and breath are so clean and fresh. I bet your schween is, too. Let me check." <que 70's pern music>

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Things would like it. Those gloves would be gone pronto.

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    I like to have one of those disposable plastic brush/toothpick combo thingers with me when I know I'll be eating in public. I'll be sure to use it at the table next time so as to not offend anyone in the lavatory. Where there's a mirror. And sink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    I like to have one of those disposable plastic brush/toothpick combo thingers with me when I know I'll be eating in public. I'll be sure to use it at the table next time so as to not offend anyone in the lavatory. Where there's a mirror. And sink.
    Or you could wait to implement your oral hygiene ritual until you got home like non-crazy people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady's a catcher View Post
    Or you could wait to implement your oral hygiene ritual until you got home like non-crazy people.
    Yes, better to be uncouth, speaking with a piece of spinach pinched between the eye tooth and incisor, flapping about like some felt Jets pennant flag.

    Seriously, what's the big deal about going to a lavatory and addressing the issue in private?


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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    I'm talking twice a day: after breakfast, and after lunch; every day.
    How do you know this, and how are you able to be offended by it twice daily? Is your desk in the bathroom next to the sink or something?

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    when did oral hygiene become UNacceptable??


    in a place where people generally miss the target while peeing, clog the terlet and/or forget to flush while dooting, and more often than not go back out into the world without washing their hands, you're most bothered by those who choose to brush their teeth after meals?






    thanks, Obama!!

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    D-bag at my gym at work a while back was clipping his toenails literally in the middle of the locker room.

    He was an older dude so he had these big disgusting brittle toenails, putting his feet up on one of the benches and his tortured clipping was making this nasty sound--and chunks were shooting off in all different directions that were landing haphazardly all over the place. The few of us in the locker room at the time were watching him--bewildered-- thinking "how is he going to pick up all those clippings?"

    Prick puts on his socks and shoes and walks right out like nothing had happened.

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    As parking lot detritus those floss picks are starting to be as ubiquitous in the NYC area as crawdad shells are in Nawlins-yecch

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    I'm talking twice a day: after breakfast, and after lunch; every day.
    Quote Originally Posted by shakin318 View Post
    How do you know this, and how are you able to be offended by it twice daily? Is your desk in the bathroom next to the sink or something?
    I hear it's the number one job complaint of toilet jockeys.


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    I always brush my teeth at work. Didn't realize that using a toothbrush was offensive.

    But then again, I make sure I don't get it on the mirror and counter. How the hell would toothpaste end up on a mirror anyway?

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