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More Flavors of Toothpaste

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The MORE FLAVORS OF DENTAL FLOSS idea insipred me. How about more flavors of TOOTHPASTE? Why just mint, mint, and mint (with a few bubble-gum or mixed-fruit flavors thrown in for the young'uns)? Why not vanilla toothpaste, or cherry, or CHOCOLATE? Yummmm! Cavity prevention never tasted so sweet!
Sparki, Sep 26 2001

Fennel toothpaste http://www.kingfishertoothpaste.com
Also *new* Aloe vera/Tea Tree Fennel (no, I'm not being paid...) [snagger, Sep 26 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Tom's of Maine http://www.toms-of-...=300&pf_id=TP-Child
Naturals Shop with Flavoured Toothpaste [AJCrowley, Oct 05 2004]

Also Available in the UK http://www.goodness...ct_gen/NFTPCOC.html
other types here too. [AJCrowley, Oct 05 2004]

Beef-O-Dent Toothpaste http://www.hubintse...logue_Teeth_23.html
Meat Flavour, for the pet in your life [Mistress Bling, Oct 05 2004]

Benefits of Chocolate Toothpaste http://www.bbc.co.u...te/goodforyou.shtml
[Worldgineer, Oct 05 2004]

http://breathpalette.com/ 18 flavors, about $5 each. [jutta, Mar 10 2006, last modified Jun 07 2010]

Asher Sarlin: toothpaste with a kick http://www.ashersar...toothpaste_with.php
From Asher's webcomic "Elephantitis of the Mind." [jutta, Oct 06 2006]

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       Ever think about writing ad copy?
thumbwax, Sep 26 2001
  

       I'm always get up too late to eat breakfast in the morning, so what about Maple Syrup & Waffle flavour or English Fry-up flavour?
Redbrickterrace, Sep 26 2001
  

       For chocolate flavour just eat a mars bar while brushing your teeth.
stupop, Sep 26 2001
  

       I dunno about that, stupop, but maple-walnut? Certainly
Sparki, Sep 26 2001
  

       UB, you forgot custard flavored.   

       Anyone else notice that [Sparki]'s ideas are mainly focused around her head? Wonder what that means...
barnzenen, Sep 26 2001
  

       When I was about 5 I had toothpaste in banana, cherry, orange, and several others. Wasn't as great as you'd think.
AfroAssault, Sep 26 2001
  

       exploding toothpaste - blow up every last particle of plaque
po, Sep 26 2001
  

       Kingfisher Natural Toothpaste - Fennel flavour. See link. I use it most of the time.
snagger, Sep 26 2001
  

       Snagger, wouldn't touch yours with a barge pole, absolutely disgusting urgh - prefer my exploding BinLaden Extra Mint and I'm left with 3 molars, 2 incisors and a canine to date
po, Sep 26 2001
  

       Bart: "You could brush your teeth with milkshakes!"
Dr. Nick: "Hey, did you go to Hollywood Upstairs Medical College too?"
  

       Ah, The Simpsons.
mrkillboy, Sep 27 2001
  

       For the record, I wasn't bashing [Sparki], I was just makeing an observation.
barnzenen, Sep 27 2001
  

       My dentist says that it's the brush that does most of the work, so I'm thinking you could just use things that had a similar consistency to toothpaste. I prefer Cheez Whiz. But then, most of my teeth fell out years ago.
mighty_cheese, Sep 27 2001
  

       po: would that old standby Euthymol be any better? Mind I also like the stuff that tastes as if it should be toothpaste that you get in some Indian restaurants - cardamom and bits.   

       And I am very pleased that you are not touching mine.
snagger, Sep 27 2001
  

       thank you snagger very touching
po, Sep 27 2001
  

       Wel, swivel6, I wasn't thinking in terms of onion-pizza and all like that there. More in terms of flavors of SWEET things, like cherry and vanilla and chocolate, mainly for kids and for those people who may be allergic to mint. And, no, I don't appreciate being slammed on by ETD&G. I happen to think my ideas make some sense.
Sparki, Sep 27 2001
  

       Sparki, how do you fare in 'real' life? Do you find yourself embroiled in petty guttersniping and office politics? Were you an only or middle child? Honestly.
thumbwax, Sep 28 2001
  

       I was thinking Febreeze flavored but, umm, nevermind
bristolz, Sep 29 2001
  

       We need adult-oriented flavours, like beer, bourbon, gin, or Bailey's Irish Cream. No, wait, they must already exist 'cause lots of folks who shop in my store have that kind of smell on their breath at 10AM every day!
Canuck, Sep 30 2001
  

       I dont like mint and so am in favour of other flavours of toothpaste... vanilla might even work (but there is no way that I'm going to use chocolate toothpaste...)
RobertKidney, Sep 30 2001
  

       I was considering adding an annotation the other day for "hot, buttery toothpaste", but thought better of it. Makes your mouth water though, no?   

       As an aside, when I was a kid, I remember chocolate flavoured tooth polish from time spent the dental office.
cswiii, Jan 19 2003
  

       In the 1958 Bowery Boys movie "Crashing Las Vegas" a game show host mentions their fictitious sponsor, Grin Toothpaste which comes in 3 delicious flavors:vannilla,chocolate and strawberry.So your teeth come out as white as you are,Leo Gorcey says his teeth always come out. -Marduk
marduk, Apr 20 2003
  

       Just for the record: that tea tree oil toothpate tastes like crap. My girlfriend tries to make me use it, but do I listen to her? No way, I stick to my sugary minty Crest I that I grew up with.
snarfyguy, Apr 20 2003
  

       Weird...I rolled down thru all these annos thinking that I'd add my important opinion that tea tree toothpaste was surprisingly good, considering...and snarf just said that it tastes like crap...
pluterday, Apr 20 2003
  

       Baked! Look at the natural food section of your grocery store. Tom's of Maine in particular makes many flavors of toothpaste. Cinnamint is good, I'm currently using apricot. I've also used cherry from a different company.
belg4mit, Apr 20 2003
  

       The Home Favourites Range: Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding; Bacon, Cheese and Tomato Oatcake; Cod and Chips...   

       PS I remember having Strawberry flavoured toothpaste in the early 80s.   

       PPS Look in Associated Dairies (ASDA) for flavoured toothpaste.
AJCrowley, Apr 20 2003
  

       I was daydreaming a little while reading this and wondered what would be an unpopular flavour for a toothpaste and hemp sprung to mind, but alas, it appeared several times on a google search. Still, you couldn't pay me enough to brush with hemp toothpaste. For the kids, how about peanut butter & jelly?
Canuck, Apr 21 2003
  

       Ok so did anyone ever find Chocolate toothpaste?? I am a caregiver. I have a client that loves chocolate but cant have anything by mouth except for toothpaste or mouth wash. So we were wondering if they really make a Chocolate toothpaste let me know Thanks   

       Slow
slow402000, Nov 11 2003
  

       It seems strawberry, mango etc are easily found but extensive Google searches have yielded no chocolate flavour. Shame, cos I would love this too.
Mistress Bling, Nov 11 2003
  

       Perhaps you could mix some coca powder in with chocoloate for the ultimate tooth brushing experience!
xmarcus, Nov 11 2003
  

       (link) My guess is we'll see chocolate toothpaste very soon.
Worldgineer, Nov 11 2003
  

       Hot out of the Crest oven, new Cinnamon Blast, Extreme Herbal Mint, and Fresh Citrus Breeze flavors of the Crest Whitening Expression toothpaste line. I'd link, but it's done entirely in Flash.
darksasami, Nov 12 2003
  

       the reason there aren't really good flavored toothpastes are because it makes you want to swallow them, which is not good.
craziness, Mar 10 2006
  

       Great find, [jutta].
Worldgineer, Mar 11 2006
  
      
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