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Windows 7: Teeth are very expensive!!!!!

View Poll Results: How long has it been since you've seen a dentist
NEVER 1 2.70%
15yrs or more 2 5.41%
5yrs or more 9 24.32%
past year 10 27.03%
every 3-6mos 9 24.32%
I have no teeth 6 16.22%
Voters: 37. You may not vote on this poll

26 Sep 2009   #101

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Antman View Post
One day, a man came in to a doctor's office. When it was his turn to consult the doctor, the man said, "Hey doc, my back really hurts. What medicine could you suggest for it?"

The doctor replied, "Well, did you try taking some painkiller?"

"Yes, I did. I ate the whole bottle of painkiller and all I got was an upset stomach, a day spent in the bathroom, and a surgery to remove the plastic."

"You ate the actual bottle?!"

"Yes sir, that's what you told me to do about a month ago. You said to eat the bottle of painkiller in a month, so a month passed and I ate it."

"Uhh well, would you like some BenGay then?"

The man looked at the doctor for a couple of seconds, in a puzzled way, then asked, "Who told you about Ben?"

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