I'm not sure what that's based on. Very judgemental. Spoke to me like I'm an idiot.
To some extent, I appreciate the lecture. She's just interested in people's health. And I will try to do better with oral hygeine as a result of her speech.
But on the other hand, is talking to somebody like they're a homeless junkie the best way to affect change?
It's also not a very sensitive approach. There are many reasons why people don't take care of their health the way that they should. Not just oral hygeine but anything. People don't eat right, people smoke, drink, whatever.
People might not take care of their health because of deep depression. So how is shaming them going to help? A dentist must know this. So anyway, I made an appointment with another dentist.
In other news, I ordered a Crombie coat. Nine-hundred big ones. Hopefully, that fits. But shipping was only £5 so...if it doesn't, it shouldn't be too much of a hassle or cost to return it.
So I got my Roomba battery. What else did I need? Work and casual clothes. And trainers. And...that's pretty much it.
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