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  Wingman527  |  22

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought canine saliva is actually cleaner than human saliva? And therefore, the dog's teeth might be "nicer" than OP's?

  Rallred32  |  20

I am ashamed of my terrible attempt at a joke. I would like to apologize to not just those who looked at my comment, but to the FML community. My joke was not only bad, it was atrocious. I'm terribly sorry about my actions.

By  Aero_x  |  21

Bad teeth can be from genetics. My mother's side of the family has soft enamal and bad sensitivity. My sister ended up with braces while I just barely needed them! You can get them fixed :)

  torbey  |  23

braces only fix the structure of your teeth...they don't do anything for sensitivity or enamel.
also, I'm curious as to how you just barely needed them? did you have them?

By  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I'm a little concerned about your dog. I could be wrong, but I thought that dogs weren't supposed to eat crap, and that if they did, it sometimes meant they were sick? You may want to take your dog to the vet to make sure he's ok. Again, I could be wrong, it's just what I've heard and I know my dog doesn't eat crap. Other commenters may want to comment if this is true or not.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Good to know. I just heard it could be cause they were sick. Something about what they were missing in their diet or something. Obviously the wrong information though. Thanks for clearing that up.