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By uofpalum - / Thursday 19 March 2009 01:41 / United States
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By  TheMitmit  |  0

Reminds me of the time my sister said she used my toothbrush to clean the dog's teeth. Toothbrushes should be hidden from all family members in a special place only you know about...

By  shykneejess  |  0

Ew, I probably would have thrown up, no joke. Wash your mouth out with baking soda and/or salt warm water to disinfect and prevent any bacteria from sprouting in there. The last thing you need is a type of fungus or mouth sores that could be prevented. Sorry to hear that happened... *Shivers...*. FYL

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By  Minstrels  |  0

Ugh. Why would you use an old tooth brush you hadn't touched in a while and haven't used daily? Why not just bring one from home? D: That's disgusting. Once my toothbrush fell in the unflushed toilet. No one had the courtesy to tell me that before I used it. Go with #1's advice, even if it's not at your own home. Do not leave a tooth brush out in the open for all to mess with. Blegh.

By  Jimboom  |  11

I would rather have smelly breath then use a unknown toothbrush. You just don't know what it has been used for. So eughh but you don't get sympathy from me as common sense would have helped you out here if you had bothered listening to it

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