Nowadays, youngsters all across the country are blacking out their teeth — not just one or two, but entire rows. Does no one remember the time before modern dental care, when by the age of ten few people had anything but pink gums to show?
Who We Are. We parents need to take a stand and say enough is enough. Teenagers all across the country are secretly blacking out their teeth before heading off to school.
The worst part is that this practice is no longer just for Halloween. If you have children, hide your black shoe polish. I vividly remember being a child at large Thanksgiving dinners, and I was roundly congratulated for being the only one with teeth. If you sense they have been blacking out their teeth, talk to them.
If they were lucky, they had little nubs that resembled nothing more than lumpy, infected gums. Once upon a Halloween, children would innocently pat flour on their cheeks, giving themselves a fun, vampire-like hue.
One truly demented individual even created a website dedicated to photos of scantily-clad female partygoers — with not just their teeth blacked out, but their tongues as well. We must tackle this problem together.
Why would anyone allow their children to black out their precious teeth? Contact Us. Some youngsters would even spend their nickels and dimes on a jar of ghoulish green face paint — the final touch in a spooky Frankenstein outfit. About The Dandy Goat.
Throw out your eyeliner. Nowadays, every Walmart and neighborhood costume shop offers non-toxic black teeth paint. What laughs can be found by mocking those who have lost their vital means of mastication? Inspect your children for blueish gums — telltale signs. Blacking out your teeth is not funny November 5, 2013 By thedandygoat.
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