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Old 04-29-2013, 06:56 PM
Location: Buxton, England
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Hey there.

I use three types of toothpaste. One for each tooth; I have three left due to my diet of massive fudge brownie and strawberry icecream intake, and chewing on jolly ranchers 12 hours a day in between meals. I have a Morrison's own brand basic one for my "best" tooth, which only has three cavities in it. My worst tooth, pretty much choked up in calculus and mostly full of holes, requires Oral-B Pro-Active. And lastly, I use Colgate on my wobbly tooth, which seems to only be half-way gone as far as the rotting side of things goes.

So what about you?

Here is a picture of me taken yesterday:

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