ummm…well it sounded like a great idea

18 Sep
how silly is this

how silly is this

I have a problem.

It isn’t that I have a glowing mini space machine in my mouth. It isn’t that I have plastic trays with some sort of goo in them in my mouth. It isn’t that I painted the walls yellow. Nope, my problem is that I thought of those were good ideas. I looked on the internet and saw a teeth whitening machine and thought to myself…”Yeah, that looks great.” I ordered it. I prepared the trays. I squirted goo, Eagerly, I put them in my mouth and then turned on this purple light and slid it in my mouth. Then I quickly ran through my house, past the yellow walls, into the spare bathroom with more yellow walls, and took a picture.

Yep, I have a problem. This better work.

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