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    You probably won't set off airport security.

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    My dentist has told me i need one of these as the root canal i spent 1200$ on apparently still has some root left which is no infected.I think dentist all work for the mob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotchef38 View Post
    My dentist has told me i need one of these as the root canal i spent 1200$ on apparently still has some root left which is no infected.I think dentist all work for the mob.
    maybe not the mob, but definitely a mob.

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    Yeah, 6k, still paying it off, but every two months I would get nitrous. Still not worth it; six or 12 knives worth...
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    What's in my mouth?

    My tounge....

    My teeth.....

    The razor blade I'm going to use to slice up the bastard that called me a fat pig and a retard on facebook because he thinks that being an 8 hour drive 20 DSN's and 40 fake IP addresses away will save him from this beat down he is about to get sold for the low low price of some teeth and a blood donation cause I don't play games and I don't care if he is only 18 and immature you going to act like a grown man you can wind up in the E.R with a concussion and a fractured rib like an old man..........

    Some cherries I got from the farmer's market........
    "Into a country where the jails are full, and the mad houses closed." - Charles Bukowski

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    i have a missing tooth (going on almost two years now) as i can't afford an implant+crown at this time. it's like 5k for one frigging tooth!

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