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Toothpaste

It's a paste, made out of teeth.
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Toothpaste. Well, what did you expect?
bs0u0155, Mar 15 2011

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       Teethpaste. Unless you only used a single tooth.
lurch, Mar 15 2011
  

       Hmm. Given the old addage: You are what you eat, I try to consume foods according to my needs... Joint Cartilage from the ends of chicken bones for my ailing knees, red meat for bulking up on muscle, human brains when I want to be smarter (joking on last). There could be, following my skewed logic, some credence to "toothpaste".
MikeD, Mar 15 2011
  

       More exciting "what did you expect" ideas currently in progress (mostly stolen from "I'm sorry, I haven't a Clue"):
Yoghurt: A particularly painful yog.
Lymph: To walk with a lisp.
Crackerjack: A device for lifting biscuits
Flange: What Sean Connery calls his open-topped pies.
Niche: What Sean Connery calls the joints in his legs.
Mortgage: What Sean Connery asks for at a serviced petrol station in America when his tank is half full.
Countryside: The Murdering of Piers Morgan.
French: What Sean Connery calls his favorite 90's sitcom.
zen_tom, Mar 15 2011
  

       Speculation: an intimate examination performed on a lady.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 15 2011
  

       Speculator: I'll see you in a while.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 15 2011
  

       Speculated: covered in small spots.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 15 2011
  

       Diction: What Sean Connery says triumphantly to Mrs. Connery
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 15 2011
  

       [marked-for-inhumation]
FlyingToaster, Mar 15 2011
  
      
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