Did you ever do something really silly and laugh at yourself afterwards thinking how was I so dumb?
I went to the dentist and had a tooth worked on. My left lower jaw was numb of course. Got out of the dentist and was really hungry. I thought sure the tooth was numb but I should be able to eat. I got a salad and was clumsily eating away. I ran into some salad I thought seemed rather tough to chew and didn't think anything of it. All the sudden I got thirsty and went for a glass of water. I looked at my mouth and found was all bloody. I had been chewing the inside of my mouth unknowingly. No wonder the salad was hard to chew. My jaw was so numb I didn't know it or feel a thing. What a dinner I had!..haha. It is seemingly okay but does burn a little still. Was swollen yesterday but looks better today.
The moral of this story is this:
Never eat food that you have to chew when your jaw is numb.
You may bite off more than you want to chew!!
Dental Funnies by Rick:
Dentist to patient:
Did you have lunch before you came? (Dentist shows the patient the tooth marks on his fingers from the last patient).
Patient to Dentist:
Doc, I really like you, but I sure wish that you would stop needling me.
Patient to Dentist:
Doc, for some reason I use to have so much more nerve before I started coming here.
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