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  • Submitted by AnimeBabe on May 12, 10 at 9:46am

    better than finding a tooth in your mcdouble

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    Submitted by Major_Woodpants on May 13, 10 at 1:12pm

    Yup. Meth is a vasoconstrictor. The roots of your teeth have very tiny vessels that supply blood, so when blood supply is cut off for a long enough period of time, the teeth begin to die and fall out. So yes, children, the chronic meth user's teeth are usually the first to go. Then the kidneys, heart, liver, oh, and don't forget the permanent neural damage that can result. Or maybe our beloved hosehead just eats at McDonald's too often. McD's food can have the same effect.

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    Submitted by stephelizabeth91 on May 12, 10 at 10:31am

    Chipped one eating a mcdouble.

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    Submitted by Clay180 on May 12, 10 at 10:53pm

    Oh sweet, sweet bulimia causing tooth decay.

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    Submitted by bustedXLR8R on May 12, 10 at 7:27pm

    ...damn acid grease...

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    Submitted by whiteknave on May 12, 10 at 1:21pm

    Meth mouth FTL!

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    Submitted by AHAMAY on May 13, 10 at 3:39am

    That's awsome. In and out is the shyt!

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    Submitted by sequioa on May 12, 10 at 5:23pm

    kids this is why we don't do meth

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    Submitted by TimMc333 on May 12, 10 at 10:07am

    Old people....

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    Submitted by Rubes_Carnies on May 12, 10 at 10:37am

    McChicklet

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    Submitted by DeathsIntern on May 12, 10 at 9:46am

    NlGGERZ!!

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    Submitted by klangford on May 12, 10 at 10:10am

    It is if you are six, or a meth addict.......which are you?

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    Submitted by Major_Woodpants on May 13, 10 at 1:08pm

    Yup. Meth is a vasodilator, which means that it constricts your blood vessels. The roots of your teeth have very tiny vessels that supply blood, so when blood supply is cut off for a long enough period of time, the teeth begin to die and fall out. So yes, children, the chronic meth user's teeth are usually the first to go. Then the kidneys, heart, liver, oh, and don't forget the permanent neural damage that can result. Or maybe he just eats at McDonald's too often. McD's food can have th

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    Submitted by rxyb_sexychev on May 13, 10 at 7:35am

    The sad thing is I've chipped a tooth eating a McChicken...fast food is so bad for your body in it's entirety

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    Submitted by caakess on May 12, 10 at 2:17pm

    Chipped a tooth eating their fries once ;( eff them!

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    Submitted by Buskus on Aug 17, 10 at 9:21pm

    ....or is it?