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Discussion in 'RC' started by Reign in Acai, Jun 20, 2021.

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Brand of Preference

  1. I dont brush, nor bathe (Blurry Dreams Option)

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  2. Whatever is on sale

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  3. High Brow Paste, My Choppers Are Golden

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  1. Reign in Acai

    Reign in Acai Of Elephant and Man

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    Which is your brand of choice? The go to is Sensodyne which is almost as expensive as filling up my G-ride. 4 pack runs about 25 bucks. A couple Costco runs byke I miserly purchased Tom's in it's stead. First impressions, this is a paste that the fifth dentist would most like recommend. One way trip to a Manchesterian smile if this is your go to paste. You would be lying through your tooth if you think otherwise.
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    This toothpaste may be ideal for Brits and/or Highlanders who brush every other season, but it doesn't work for men with dazzling go-get em smiles that go with donning retainers on a nightly. You need to use what Michael Douglas reaches for after a "session." I want the freshness of a BM organ intro, with the lather of Barbasol put to horse hair, with the subtle scent of a West Virginian meadow. Ideally, no harsh tang, fully cleansing, with traces of mint/other pleasant subtleties to instill that fresh out of the fields crispness that tenderly acknowledges a day under a government issued face diaper.

    Fuck Colgate, Crest, AIM, and all those other two bit pasta de sangres. They are useless in the battle against the condition known as "Turk Tooth".

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  2. Doom

    Doom Active Member

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    Oral-B. Electric toothbrush twice a day. I don't understand why anyone wouldn't use an electric toothbrush.
     
  3. Carabeu

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    Aquafresh Extreme Clean is my favorite. Funny you should mention Tom's. I was at Sprouts the other day and took a gander at their selection of Tom's toothpaste. Didn't buy any.
     
  4. J.

    J. Old Fart

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    I sometimes use one of those charcoal toothpastes, to avoid mentioned Turk Tooth. I never use those colgate/crest brands nor purchase them for the kids.

    Electric toothbrush all the way
     
  5. Reign in Acai

    Reign in Acai Of Elephant and Man

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    Electric Toothbrush is the ONLY way to go. Anyone here still using a manual tooth brush, I implore you to avoid Ozark grimace and grab yourself an electric TODAY!


    Also dont forget to floss and brush them forked tongues! We're going to wage a war on tartar, gingivitis, and the unholy of unholies Turk Tooth!
     
  6. dorian gray

    dorian gray Returning videotapes

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    I laughed hard at the first paragraph
     
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    Vibration is considered an occupational hazard in the workplace. I don't trust the way an electric toothbrush vibrates my gnashers, seems overly unnatural.

    If I'm to desire whitened teeth I'll first need to address the probable main source of their colouration: post-nasal drip/atuoimmune issues.
     
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    By complete coincidence I was seeing the dental hygienist today. He reckons my brushing technique is brilliant and made his job easy! Gave me some free travel tubes of Sensodyne.

    The choice of Reach dental floss is a factor here. It's like the Cannibal Corpse of floss, just a good package of (neck) thickness and brutality.
     
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