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1/12/09

hatred

I hate Dentists.

I hate Dentists.

I hate Dentists.

My teeth are bleeding, I think.

9 comments:

Marianna & Trevor Eckman said...

i work for a dentist. I love my patients!

P.S. your teeth can't bleed, but your gums can.

P.S.S. I do hate the dentist when I have to be in the chair though.

Mrs. Clark said...

Great haiku.

Nicole said...

You need Valium.

You need Valium.

You need Valium.

(Hubby is a dentist -- I used to work for one -- what is it you hate?)

Brammer Family said...

Oh, I am soooooooooo with you on this one!

I will hate along with you! :)

Kimbooly said...

It's a necessary evil.

I happen to love my dentist (he is soooo good with my kids and is a very good-natured guy) even though I hate going to the dentist. I'd rather pluck my eyebrows. (Well, wait, at least I do go to the dentist. I don't submit myself to torturous eyebrow plucking, just deal w/ ugly eyebrows)

He often tells me cheerfully, "The better you take care of your teeth, the less you have to see me."

JustMe said...

Nicole is right, you need Valium or at least "happy" gas when you get there. With enough gas, the dentist will become your best friend.

When I was young I went to see a dentist at a dental school. He was so great I used to go to sleep in his chair.

I figure that since going to the dentist is so awful, dentists need to team up with gynecologists and get all of the misery over with at one time.

Would need LOTS of valium/happy gas for that visit.

Alyosha said...

I love dentists.

Thanks for looking at my blog, by the way. I realize that most of the time it falls under the mormon mommy blog category that you despise, but what can I say? Give the people (grandparents) what they want.

LOOK WHO'S MARRIED!!!!! said...

Join the club. I have to be drugged to even call and make an appointment. I just left my dentist of 18 years to move out to Vegas and get married. I had more anxiety about finding a new dentist than picking up a husband!!

poohzcrew said...

I too hate dentists, and I'm married to one. (And Nicole is my friend and her hubby is dentist buddies with mine.)