No matter what I eat or who is at a meal with us, I always get the "bone". Yeah, it can even be a stupid banana and I will get a hard piece. For Christmas, I made deviled eggs and they weren't peeling right so I was pissed. Naturally, I got the one that still had a chunk (big one) of shell still attached. 'Course everyone just laughs at the fact because, well really? It's always me and always stupid. And so, we went out to eat with both The Hunter's sons and their families and sure enough,.....I got the "bone". I was eating ice cream at the time. Eating ICE CREAM for God's sake. The Hunter said, it's a walnut. I'm like,...no,...it is my tooth! FYI - I am too old to be losing baby teeth. I also go to the dentist faithfully every 6 months. So, is it even legal for this to have happened? Can I sue the dentist? How 'bout the restaurant or the manufacturer or,...even the server? No biggie really. It's just that I've never had this happen before and I am a little freaked out about it. Hope there's enough tooth left for a crown. Maybe he'll just have to pull it. I'm sure I could get used to letting coffee drip through there, onto the floor.
No, I'm not complaining. But I do wish we could still spank our adult kids and force them to go to the doctor/dentist. My daughter has a TERRIBLE tooth thingie that is affecting her jaw, ear, glands, mouth. I tell her over and over (only when she brings it up) that she needs to go. Her latest is that she wants to wait to see if she gets hired on permanently at Target and then she'll try to make an appt. She also works in a hospital and has a few years of nursing school under her belt, so she knows that the pain is the least of it. Possible infec. in blood steam, damage to jaw bone, etc. Oh well, when it gets bad enough, they'll be taking her by ambulance. So,...I guess I shouldn't worry about it.
Good night, God bless and brush your teeth dammit!