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flavored latex dental gloves

put flavoring on the latex gloves and dental dams the dentist shoves in your mouth.
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Have you tasted your dentist's gloves? Ick! A little mint of peach or choclate covered onion flavoring would really make a trip to the dentist more plesant. They already make flavored dental floss and toothpaste, what not everything else you shove in there. Also it may have some other non-dental uses (eh-hem)
sputnik5, Jun 27 2002

Flavored gloves http://www.superdup...F-G_Pages/gl1_3.htm
[half, Jun 27 2002, last modified Oct 21 2004]

TASTEA'S ORIGINAL FLOVORED TEAS http://tastea.com/tcom-flavorfr.html
If you're going to make a typo the title of your web page is as good a place as any, I suppose. [st3f, Jun 28 2002, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       Hall and Oates'?
phoenix, Jun 27 2002
  

       Tuned right into your wavelength sputnik, half way through a couple of root canal fillings in a pathetic attempt to stave off decrepitude, those rubber dams taste like, well ,like rubber.
IvanIdea, Jun 27 2002
  

       Baked (unless you actually do mean "flovored"). My orthodontist uses grape flavored gloves.
It appears that they are also available in bubble gum and strawberry. (link)
half, Jun 27 2002
  

       [admin: spelling change: flovored -> flavored]
st3f, Jun 28 2002
  

       I had considered changing the spelling, but when I saw that it was spelled "flovoring" in the summary, I began to think that sputnik5 had done this intentionally.
mighty_cheese, Jun 28 2002
  

       I quite liked the sound of 'flovoring'. It reminded me of the 'plover' which to me is both a pretty bird and a pretty word. I didn't feel that I should discriminate in its favour just because I liked it. Does sputnik5 have anything to say on the matter?
st3f, Jun 28 2002
  

       I can see it now:   

       Dentist: Ouch! what the hell did you bite my finger for?   

       Patient: MMmmm, Strawberries..
dag, Jun 28 2002
  

       Strawberry finger stalls (also known as hutkins), just the thing for that sweet-tasting proctological exam. I would guess.
pottedstu, Jun 28 2002
  

       Ah...oops. Maybe I should pretend to be from another country.   

       I beleive in typing, and never looking back. Well, I dont beleive in it as much as I just do it. Im glad you all enjoyed it. I'm also sad to know that the gloves (with the flovoring) already exist. What next, flavored popcicles?! Dont get me started on the silent jackhammer.
sputnik5, Jun 29 2002
  

       From the "didn't catch the two seperate ideas, misread the title" department, this idea combined with the last line of "Pollution-collecting Fish" to form "Fish flavored latex dental gloves".   

       Yuck.
mighty_cheese, Jun 29 2002
  

       //[admin: spelling change: flovored -> flavored]//   

       [more admin: spelling change flavored -> flavoured]   

       What exactly are these other uses you propose, sputnik5?
NickTheGreat, Jul 03 2002
  

       I hate it when my proctologist/dentist forgets to switch gloves
thumbwax, Jul 03 2002
  

       last time i went to the dentist his gloves were dripping with disinfectant, tasted foul and made my face wet. maybe someone gave him flavoured gloves but he doesnt believe in being that nice.
chud, Jul 03 2002
  

       "You know, Dr. Paine, you're an excellent dentist for a guy on an HMO plan, but your gloves taste TERRIBLE."
polartomato, Jul 03 2002
  

       NickTheGreat: Please don't use admin tags. They're used to indicate when a moderator needs to make a comment or has made a change to the idea. (And no, I'm not going to anglicise any titles other than my own.)
st3f, Jul 04 2002
  

       As of last week I can provide first hand confirmation (or is it second hand information when it's based on someone else's hand in your mouth?) of the bubble gum flavored gloves. Subtle, light tutti-frutti bouquet, better than the grape.
half, Dec 27 2002
  
      
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