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Hair Toothpaste

Toothpaste, with hair in it.
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calum, Feb 07 2008

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       Doesn't sound nice
hippo, Feb 07 2008
  

       No, it doesn't, does it?   

       [brevity]
theleopard, Feb 07 2008
  

       The Colgate Ringlet of Confidence... daft, and pointless enough to make me happy... I love ideas that involve the gratuitous use of hair. +
xenzag, Feb 07 2008
  

       I'm reminded of an old Garfield cartoon:

Jon, cranky: Everything I own is covered in cat hair.
(pause)
(Cheering up.) Except my toothbrush.

Garfield: Ah! My ear-groomer.
angel, Feb 07 2008
  

       Is this nasal hair?
skinflaps, Feb 07 2008
  

       ([angel] It reminded me of the old Q: "How do you get rid of unwanted pubic hair?", A: "Spit them out" joke)
hippo, Feb 07 2008
  

       I realise that I should have specified at the outset and will now specify, before the annotations herein slide further into the Pubic Triangle of which you think so readily, that the hair I had in mind - exactly in mind, indeed, as I dreamed this idea, presumably while sleeping with a gubfull of Better Half's barnet - was fine, longish, perhaps shoulder length, and sandy brown. The hair is shot through the paste like an Aquafresh stripe and, thanks to a handy cutting mechanism on the toothpaste tube nozzle, easily dispensed as with normal, hairless, toothpaste. The tangling is brought about by the motion of the toothbrush in your cakehole and leads, one hopes, to a sort of ambient flossing experience.   

       The very notion of using cat hair as part of my early morning brushing experience gives me the boke.
calum, Feb 07 2008
  

       With new, Folliclouride!   

       now, a toothpaste that *removed* that "I've got a hair at the back of my throat" feeling would be really nice. No idea how it would be achieved though.
po, Feb 08 2008
  

       [benfrost], you used the wrong alter-ego account name to post this. Better fix it before someone notices.
RayfordSteele, Feb 08 2008
  

       Ha! I'm taking that as a compliment!
calum, Feb 14 2008
  

       This could be a useful antidote for people who are obsessed with brushing their teeth (you know, people who can't live if they don't brush their teeth 3 times a day every single day). Kind of aversion therapy.
phundug, Feb 14 2008
  
      
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