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A Revisionist History of Teeth

A Revisionist History of Teeth

Richard Brouwer
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In the Land of the Teeth, the lid of the grand piano is always shut with a door and a single horsehair.
In the beginning, teeth and ears clashed over which of the two should get the roots. Unfortunately for humankind, the teeth won.
Because of its fluffy beard, dentists seldomly recommend the Charles Darwin tooth crown. Gold fillings are much preferable.
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