By Anonymous - 31/08/2010 16:32 - United States
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LOL the mental image is hilarious of him smashing his head into the desk lololol
1/62: The phrase "milk teeth" means different things in different places. In the US, I've only heard it used to describe when an infant is born with a full set of teeth. That's pretty rare, and creepy as hell. I'm guessing those are called milk teeth because the child isn't yet weaned when he or she has them. I can't imagine breastfeeding such an infant. O_o In other places, I think the phrase is synonymous with the US's "baby teeth." I don't know why, though.
if hes two they are milk teeth, bad but not the end of the world
Poor thing. He'll probably hate tickling for the rest of his life now haha