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QotD: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream! July 12, 2008

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July is national ice cream month! What's your favorite flavor?
Submitted by LittleWiseOne.

I don't eat ice cream – it hurts my teeth. You see my mother was very serious about dental care. We learnt early the importance of good teeth brushing. The good thing about this, is that the four of us kids have no fillings. None of us have ever had a speck of decay. The bad thing about this is that I have brushed away some of my enamel. So there are some exposed bits that don't like cold things. So I don't eat ice cream. And besides that it makes my throat all clagged up with phlegm.

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12 Responses to “QotD: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream!”

  1. So, if it is national ice cream month in the Internation Year of the Potato where does that lead?

  2. Emjay Says:

    LOL!! And soon I will have the record for the longest surviving healthy baby tooth! I don't like ice-cream either – wonder if the others do!

  3. cat Says:

    probably better off without it anyway – I'm more of a savoury than sweet fan. Chips, pizza, that sort of stuff.

  4. cat Says:

    I don't really remember having it much as a kid.

  5. bay tooth? IN your mouth?

  6. cat Says:

    oh wow – is it ice cream month, I thought it was just a day. A month seems excessive. lol – as does a year to celebrate a potato. Although I am a fan of the potato – baked mainly or in chip form. With gravy.

  7. Emjay Says:

    Yep – a baby tooth which still has a healthy root – on the bottom 2nd past those funky little front teeth. I was just at the dentist on Thursday – the dentist told me that the record is somewhere around 70 (so I have a little bit of time to go). No adult tooth ever formed there but it is starting to look a like "worn" !

  8. Waterbaby Says:

    Brushing contributes to teeth preservation … to a point. Teeth "survivability" lies largely in the genes; i.e., some people, they can brush and brush and still have 100 cavities; others, rarely and they end up with zero. It's all in the genes.

  9. cat Says:

    all I can say is that my mother and father have the worst teeth you're likely to ever see. Mum is full of gold.

  10. Waterbaby Says:

    With moonlight hitting the teeth just so, I could direct planes to their landings with my amount of gold.


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