Mari

Jenny: Birthday = toothbrush day.

In Health, Human behavior, Organization on 11/17/2009 at 10:56 pm

You know how you’re supposed to change your toothbrush every three months? And you know how you never remember to, and you go another three months before you realize the indicator on the toothbrush is worn down to the bottom of the bristles and you think, “Gross! My teeth are gonna rot!” and you book your trip to the dentist?

Well, my best friend’s older sister Jenny taught me how to remember when to change my toothbrush:

1. Change your toothbrush on your birthday.
2. Change your toothbrush three months after your birthday.
3. Change your toothbrush three months after #2.
4. Change your toothbrush three months after #3.
5. Three months later… happy birthday. Start over with #1.

So easy, right? And I’ve never had a cavity. It’s probably totally because I change my toothbrush every three months religiously. Totally.

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