#1
Well the thing is, i wear out a brand new toothbrush in about 4 days max. The bristles end up all flat and spread out. I don't know whats wrong! I don't feel like im brushing too hard. The rest of my family go weeks without changing their toothbrush. This is causing me real psychological trauma Am i a bad person ??
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#6
And you're sure that your brushing your teeth right?

I don't have that problem with my toothbrush.. get a new one?
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#7
You're brushing too hard.

When I was little I used to bite down on my brush when it was in my mouth, you could be doing that aswell?
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#9
Stop biting it.


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#10
Use a different type of toothbrush, if you're using soft bristles use hard or vice versa.
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#11
Just get dropkicked by someone. No teeth = no problem.

Or go and see a dentist. Take your brush with you. Show him how you brush your teeth. Chances are you're applying too much pressure.
#12
Well perhaps you're not cut out to be a toothbrusher.
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#14
The bending of toothbrush bristles is caused by water getting in between the plastic polymers.

Yours must be getting left too wet and the process is happening faster.
#15
I started using hard ones recently, and they are still no match for my teeth apparantly. They probably add another day to the life of my toothbrushes but they they get flattened as usual.
#16
Do you happen to have shark/vampire/crocodile/saber-tooth tiger teeth?
#17
You freak. Go join the circus as "Razor teeth nuguboy; freak of the century"
#19
How is it even possible to wear out a toothbrush in 4 days? You must brush so hard your teeth are filed down completely and you have no gum left. Or maybe your teeth are made out of steel.

Isn't that so... jaws...?

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#20
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Well perhaps you're not cut out to be a toothbrusher.

dont ruin his dreams!
you do it TS, you become a toothbrusher!
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The bending of toothbrush bristles is caused by water getting in between the plastic polymers.

Yours must be getting left too wet and the process is happening faster.

You're a moron.
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you do it TS, you become a toothbrusher!


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