How to Have That Picture Perfect Smile For Under Five Dollars
This article is written in a tongue in cheek fashion – but what’s described here actually works and the techniques and information provided are accurate and for real. The teeth truly do look great in photos. So though the article is fun, the solution is real. PS – CHECK OUT MY WIKIHOW.COM COMMENTS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE AFTER THEY REJECTED LINKING TO THIS TOTALLY NEW AND UNIQUE ON TOPIC INFORMATION!
EVER WANT THAT PERFECT SMILE THAT JUST PLAIN BUSTS OUT OF THE PICTURE AND SAYS LOOK MA! I’M PERFECT?!
Well now’s your chance! For just a buck, 100 tiny little pennies, YOU TOO can can have a smile that looks JUST THIS FABULOUS! Here’s How: Go to your local Dollar Tree or Dollar General or wherever they sell everything on earth for a buck (or darn near to it) – and get a set of those wind up toy clacker teeth (pictured above right). THEN take the tops and bottoms off the hinges (break the hinges it doesn’t matter, use some needle nose pliers or a wire cutter) then carefully cut away all the plastic (but leave the gums intact), REMOVE the lower two back bottom teeth (cut them off, don’t worry, you don’t need them) THEN you’re going to have to BEND them so they’re wider at the back by DIPPING THEM into hot oil. (and this is the dangerous part so WARNING – use protective gloves suitable for oil to handle the ends of the teeth (where the molars are) – dip the front part of the teeth (the incisors and canines) into 3/4 of an inch of HOT vegetable oil so the plastic starts to get soft and will let you slowly bend it. This heating process only takes about 5 seconds.
The secret to making it work is in bending the plastic to make them wider so they fit closely over your teeth without being way too narrow or wide. Once I felt them bending I stopped.”
FOLLOW UP NOTE:
After visiting and posting an edit and adding the link to this page in WikiHow’s How to Look Good in Pictures I was saddened to see that the information and link had both been removed the following day. This is sad. Hair dye, makeup, padding, girdles, lifts, and all sorts of “short term” and theatrical additions are used in photography. So I left a reply http://www.wikihow.com/User_talk:WildRoseBeef#post. Hopefully my Wiki change will be put back where it belongs. If you would like to see a link to this article appear on the above page tell BR what you think.
FOLLOW UP FOLLOW UP:
After careful consideration and wasting an hour or more time setting up an account with WikiHow and conversing with someone on the “no advertising” BS policy (do you see anything for sale on this page?) and after seeing Google ads on every WikiHow article I’ve determined they’re a waste of my time. There is no ad on this page. There are ads on their pages. I’m not into being fed a line of bullshit and swallowing it. Fuck ‘em. I’m free!