Occasionally I will see people cleaning their teeth with a toothpick after a meal at a restaurant. These are often refined, well-dressed people who, for some reason, still like to practice prehistoric dental care. Clearly they do not do everything the old fashioned way. After all, it is obvious that their clothes have been dry cleaned and not, say, beaten against a rock. However, when it comes to oral hygiene, they seem to pass over any modern inventions in favor of pointed sticks. And maybe they are like this at home as well. “Toothbrush? No, son. Just use these sharpened slivers of wood.”
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