Why Did My Older Sister Brush Her Peepee with My Electric Toothbrush?

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1. What are the pros/cons of using an electric toothbrush?

they are usually on a timere with a "pulse" to let you know when to move to a new section of the mouth, so you will get an over all better cleaning. they work better than a manual brush, but i still use amanual brush to clean my tongue

2. ☻POLL☻ Do you wet your toothbrush before putting the toothpaste on it ?

Yes, I pretty much wash it lol, I always assume someone did something to it so I have to make sure it's clean every time before I use it lol. Not to mention if there was bacteria or aids or something on it, I am safe!

3. toilet wont flush after 2 yr old put toothbrush down there?

this is one of the reasons adults have longer arms than kids. Have fun

4. What do I need to take on holiday?

Sunscreen and after-sun, bikini or bathing suit, books and magazines, shorts, flip flops, t-shirts and tops, socks and sneakers, sweater for evenings, jeans, ipod and charger, mobile phone, camera, sunglasses, underwear, beauty products, toothbrush and comb, small spanish dictionary for when you are feeling adventurous. that's about it :)

5. Oral-B Cross Action Power Electric Toothbrush?

Sometimes, dried toothpaste sticks underneath the control switch. Try rinsing it really well in hot water

6. How often do you change your toothbrush?

after every flush of the toilet...poop particles travel five feet in the air after every flush!!!!!!!!!!

7. Is Lumio the only retractable, self-cleaning, virus-killing electric toothbrush?

Virus killing? If this is true, it is also a cell wall disrupter. You are made of cells, also your gums

8. I'm going to Austria. What should I bring?

first of all, you should watch the weather there to plan clothes, secondly take toothbrush, tooth paste, shampoo and other stuff you need to prepare in the morning, take few pare of shoes: trainees for comfort, smart shoes for evening and normal for go out to the city, if you are going to go to the pool, you will need a bath suit, an umbrella or something from the rain and it depends on the kind of trip you are going to, to take things you may need

9. what is the best toothbrush...(electric?)...and why?

My dentist forced me to use an electric tooth brush after my second root canal surgery a few days ago lol. It's pretty cool, it makes brushing your teeth an almost effortless task.

10. Would you pay $165.00 for a Sonic Electric Toothbrush?

Sonic toothbrushes are great. You also do not have to have a socket in the bathroom They come with an induction charger that you can plug in anywhere in your home. The Sonic Plakaway is a good one. I got mine from Price Drop tv at a very good price even including the p & p but you can get them almost anywhere

11. How often are you supposed to get a new toothbrush?

You are supposed to replace it every month. Of course nobody does, so two or three months max is the norm.

12. Have you ever used an electric toothbrush for anything other than its intended use?

I kinda used my exs to clean the toilet seat the one time after i caught him cheating on me........i felt so bad about tho that i just threw it and bought him a new one an hour later

13. How to make masturbating with an electric toothbrush fun?

Electric Toothbrush Masturbation

14. electric toothbrush stops working after around 10-20 seconds?

Buy a better brand. Google yourself some reviews

15. is using your gf's toothbrush to clean the toilet bowl a good prank?

it's a quick way to lose your girlfriend

16. What should I pack to go to the hospital??

Snacks, reading materials, camera, toothbrush and other personal care items, comfy clothes including a sweatshirt cuz it gets a little chilly in hospitals

17. Electric Toothbrush Pinches When Used For Sexual Plessure...Fixable?

Of course she does not . Instead of the tooth brush try laying in the tub and spreading your legs under the running water allowing the water to run on your clit. Or a removable shower head!

18. How do you get marker off of skin? my brother colored his face. The kid is purple?

ew try alcohol or baby oil. from an article: Kids love markers, but moms do not always enjoy spending all that time at the sink trying to get colored faces and hands clean. Here are several ways you can safely (and quickly) remove these marks from skin: # Soak a cotton ball in baby oil or baby lotion and rub until marker is gone. Use a q-tip or old toothbrush to get underneath fingernails. # Rub a small amount of vaseline on marks, then wash the area with warm soap and water. # Spread some shaving cream on a table, tray or high chair and let your child play with the shaving cream until the marks are gone. # Spray some hairspray into your hands and rub gently over markered areas, carefully avoiding eyes. Hairspray or shaving cream can also remove marker and other stains from your tables.

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