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tongue toothbrush

erradicate "morning breath"
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Chances are we have all been there, the "good morning sweetie" kiss. Unfortunetly they aren't as sweet as we'd like. It's an akward position, you want to pick up were you left off 7 hours ago but you don't quite have the energy to get up and head to the bathroom for a brushing. Now imagine a toothbrush that wrapped around your tounge, leaving your hands free. Pre-loaded with toothpaste it would be dispensed as needed. The pleasent digestable flavor would doubled as a mouthwash of sorts. As you move your tounge around in *your* mouth your teeth would lose that furry feeling and your breath would be freshened. When not in use the -TT- would site conveniently and discreetly tuck into each persons night stand.
dvine, Mar 12 2002

Dr. Tung's Tongue Cleaner http://www.pacwestserv.com/oralcare01.htm
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The "Health and Yoga" tongue cleaner http://www.healthan...product/tongue.html
[phoenix, Jun 11 2002]

OraSweet Tongue Scraper http://www.orasweet...FNT&Store_Code=1000
[phoenix, Jun 11 2002]


       Another reason to look in my shoes before slipping them on.
reensure, Mar 12 2002

       Hmmm... this could add a whole new dimension to french kissing. Gonna have to explore the whole idea of 'things wrapped around the tongue' more. <spelling pendantry> it's t.o.n.g.u.e.</spelling pendantry>
RayfordSteele, Mar 12 2002

       Someones got to watch out for our dodgy spelling, angle.
mcscotland, Mar 12 2002

Renamed from 'tounge toothbrush' to 'tongue toothbrush'.
Recategorised from 'Other: General' to 'Health: Toothbrush'.
st3f, Mar 12 2002

       3am, webbased, no one is perrfectt. Spelling is for over-acheevers.
dvine, Mar 18 2002

       I have also had this idea but thought more of a tounge thimble. This product would be constructed of a rubbery form to give that suction fit and abrasive studs for cleaning.
wjt, Jul 30 2011

       I think the Sonicare (sp?) electric toothbrush has/had a 'tongue attachment.' Don't known how/if it worked, I just remember the ads.
Alterother, Jul 30 2011


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