If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
The look says, "Be careful what you say."
That and a few other (non-printable) thangs.
OMG, poor thing. Hope you are feeling better soon Buck, of course taking full advantage of modern chemicals as needed.
I think I'm gonna do that nap I said I was gonna do over an hour ago.
Buck, you do NOT look happy. You've got that, "Go ahead, make a smart-ass remark" look on your face. And that says it all. Hang in there brother, get better soon!
I was less than happy when I shot that, given I was only about an hour home from the dentist. I'm better today.
That looks like one of those things they put on dogs so they won't lick themselves after neutering...
Your mind works in THE most interesting ways, Hmmm.
Nothing funny about endless ache.
Well, good drugs can make it SEEM funny.
In honor of your pain, I've decided to inflict some on other people by re-running one of my own pieces about dentistry. It is dedicated to you.http://jimsuldog.blogspot.com/2012/09/bucks-teeth.html
Ya done good. As I said at yer place: you were a great resource when I went through Round One a couple o' few years back, and the same today. MOST appreciated you are, Jim.
I'd rather have a sprained ankle than tooth pain. My heart goes out to you, sir!
I just now occurred to me that neither Sully or I have said that the entire ordeal is well worth it. I can't speak for him, but I'd venture that he wouldn't go on and on if he didn't feel the same as me. The ADA can email me to find out where to send the check.
My first Round was well worth it, Skip, and I have NO reason to doubt this one will be, too. IF I live long enough to get the ROI.
That hurts to just look at the picture!
It looks worse than it was, methinks.
As Skip said. Also concerning the check.
Me too... me TOO!
My son had something similar when he had his wisdom teeth removed. It had a tie-thangie at the top giving the appearance of ears - making him look a bit like a big cat.
This one has a velcro closure, so no ears. I saved it for the next occasion.
Just be polite... that's all I ask.