Thoughts in the dentist chair

  • Is it just because I have a short soft pallete, or do other people find it nearly impossible to breathe when they have their head back and somebody forcing their mouth open and spraying stuff in it?
  • If we were really intelligently designed, wouldn’t the nasal passages connect to the lungs and the mouth connect to the stomach, with no interconnection between them?
  • Maybe it’s supposed to be like a four barrel carburetor where you open the mouth to get more air when you really need it?
  • I wonder if that thing they use to clean off the scale is called a “sonic screwdriver”?
  • Is that thing set to the resonant frequency of your skull on purpose, or is that just a lucky coincidence?
  • My hand has gone numb. I guess I’m clenching them a bit. No surprises there.

4 thoughts on “Thoughts in the dentist chair”

  1. As a chronic hayfever sufferer, I can immediately see the bug in your intelligent design plan. Mind you, an intelligent designer would have done away with sinuses and stupid immune systems, I guess, leaving only children who stuff dried beans and Easter egg foil up their noses to asphyxiate to death.

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