Tears, Teeth, & Achy Face...

What a cruddy week, so far. I mean, really.

My team lost the Superbowl in what can only be described as "The Great Bronco Slaughter of 2014." Would you believe that when it was over, I was so appalled that I actually laughed...? And then, I cried. A lot. And then I went to bed... and cried some more. A lot more.

And I woke up this morning in a terrible mood. Half my-team-got-ass-kicked-all-over-New-Jersey and half I-get-to-go-to-the-dentist-for-a-full-mouth-deep-cleaning.

Which I did, at noon and it sucked--more than I hoped it would, less than I thought it might. But, it was less painful that what happened to the Broncos last night. But full mouth numbing is so annoying. I mean, have you ever been kissed all over your numb face by an over-zealous furball? I got so freaked out about not really being able to feel anything that I had to make him stop. He was pissed but he got over it.

Of course, he head-splitting, shrill-barked for, like, the next two hours straight. Asshole dog (whom I love with all my heart, btw).

And now my teeth are sore from having 16 numbing injections and a sonic "tool" shoved between my teeth and my gums. Root Scaling = achy face. Really, achy face. But they didn't fill the whole in my tooth where I lost the previous filling. I have to go back and suffer more pain for that. Then I get to go back and have another cleaning check next month.

Maybe tomorrow will be better. Surely it will. This week can't get much worse.

6 comments

  1. I swear you and I are like synchronized dentist-goers right. First it was the wisdom teeth we both had pulled about a week our two apart (I still shudder at that whole nightmare), and now the fact that I JUST got my teeth deep cleaned last week. I opted out of the numbing though, just because the pain of the procedure seemed more preferable than the hours of dealing with a numb face. My dentist was phenomenal and it turned out to be a good choice.

    I've been calling it the Bronco Slaughter Fest 2014. The 'fest' makes it seem a little happier, right? ;)

    "Head-splitting, shrill barked...." You HAD to write that in there just for me. LOL

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  2. Okay, the dentist thing is creeping me out, woman! My experience with my wisdom teeth wasn't nearly as bad as yours, but I would NEVER, EVER have been able to do this deep cleaning without numbing. It wouldn't have happened. I had 16 shots of Novocaine and the gas. I'm a chicken about the dentist.

    LOL @ "fest." I can't seem to bring myself to have enough of a sense of humor about it for that. ;)

    Also, I totally would have put that in there for you, but I'm not sure I didn't write this before I read your post... I can't remember. Maybe not and I totally, subconsciously put that in there for you.

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  3. That game was PAINFUL. It was the worst beating I have ever seen. Denver isn't even my team, and I felt like crying for them. It was weird though: When Seattle scored for the safety in the first 10-15 seconds of the game, Jeremy said, "That's it, The Seahawks win." I immediately argued with him over this, but he was convinced that the instant 2 points was the kind of rare freaky thing that can psychologically mess with the players' heads. And I think he was right, because the Broncos just seems like their hearts weren't in it. So sad. I hope you have recovered from this though- I am sure you aren't the only one who shed some tears.
    On the brighter side, did you see the doberhuahua commercial? That was great!

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  4. I had a sinking feeling that safety was the nail in the coffin, too, but I wouldn’t say that out loud. lol. And yes, the doberhuahua commercial was awesome! I also liked the Goldieblox commercial to “Girls, get your toys.” I thought the message behind that one was epic. Really good commercial. My least favorite was the Maserati commercial. Like, who puts a commercial on during super bowl with a price point higher than many American’s make in a year. Poor taste, in my humble opinion.

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  5. Yeah, you put it there for me. Because any other option would burst my egomaniac-bubble (haha). Although with our synchronized dentist trips, it is very plausible that we both happened to write about yapping dogs around the same time.

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