29 Responses to “Double Dental Shame”

  1. Lisa owen

    Forgive me for asking, why was he skateboarding? Good grief :( my husband would never live that down ;)

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  2. B.

    Obviously no one uses a dot matrix printer anymore. That’s why the paper was available to write on.

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  3. bluhare

    Do I see the remnants of a black eye on husband’s face? Ouch!!

    Daphne’s gorgeous.

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  4. Ursula

    Our dog Boof got hold of my mothers false teeth and ate them too…. even after they were glued back together there was still a piece missing… wonder what part of the lawn that ended up in?

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  5. a cruz

    We had a cocker spaniel that chewed my dad’s upper teeth set one week before his nieces wedding. He had to drive to Wisconsin (1 state away) and found a dentist who could have a new set made in a two days. ohhh it cost him alright but never once did he blame the dog. Lol.

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  6. nycRed714

    Really nice people on two counts, no three – 1) adopt a pit bull, 2) adopt a deaf pit bull, and 3) have a sense of humor about losing an expensive dental appliance. Cute hubby and adorable dog. Kudos!

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  7. Lisa

    I love that Daphne looks like a deer in headlights. I also love that you adopted a deaf Pittie. (I’m assuming that’s what all the commenters meant to say too before they got distracted about skateboarding and paper?)

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  8. Jock

    Thank you for the best laugh I’ve had in ages. I love the stunned mullet look on both their faces.

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  9. LTG2

    The expression on the dog made me belly laugh in a room by myself. This was just so funny and cute it made my day.
    (And the photographer “shamed” her husband to be funny bc he left his amazing-smelling expensive (and very necessary) partial teeth where the dog could get to them, NOT BECAUSE HE SKATEBOARDED! LOL Come on people…this is a humor website. Be nice!)

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  10. Marta

    Dogs adore acrylic thing that fake teeth are made from (pink part, not teeth themselves). My mom is a dental technician and she is soo used to making ‘quick fixes’ after similar dog accidents! Never, ever, let fake teeth lay around if you have a dog. Even closing this in plastic box or something may not be safe enough. Hide it well, even well-behaved dogs cannot resist the temptation. :)

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