I apologize for being away for so long but life has been a big, fat, grumpy man lately and has decided to over-work me and deprive me of my sleep and any other activity I may enjoy that does not have any relevance to school.
I know every second Teen Blog-like picture includes some philosophical nonsense such as "They never said life would be easy" and "Work hard and you shall reap the benefits" but geee I could really do with a run, some icecream and a day or two of sleep.
I know I shouldn't really use my blog to complain, but unfortunately this is where I am on my own fabulous Monopoly board right now:
I had a tooth infection. When I went to the dentist, my usual one who I love to bits because he gives me a badge or a sticker every time I go, was not there. So I had to see his partner. He determined that my tooth had to be taken out. So naturally I'm ecstatic because I just luuurve going to the dentist at the best of times.
However, what he did next was quite literally shocking.
|I have to mention that a poster-thing similar to this was in his office.|
And I'm not talking about that moment your friend comes up behind you and gives you a fright and you shriek in a high-pitched manner with a strong word or two in front of a few teachers, and your heart just about gives up... I'd never do that.
I'm talking about that moment when you actually think you shall knock someone's head off with a broomstick.
He pulled the wrong tooth out.
I'll let that settle in for a minute.
*reads a magazine*
On the bright side, its at the bottom and I have a high lip line so my bottom teeth don't show. And they were a little on the skew side so my proper dentist said they would straighten out now because there is more space. He also said that I just needed antibiotics and didn't need the tooth that was supposed to be pulled out to be pulled out.
Even though it all worked out and it was a happily-ever-after moment, I was still pretty annoyed that he had made a mistake. These are people's teeth. You can't just go pulling the wrong ones out willy nilly.
In case of the unlikely even that I shall have to see his partner again one day, I shall be sure to bring the broomstick.