You know what? I don’t know what to write. I started this sentence like five times, and I realized that I am in fact only writing this because I need to take a break from history, and blogging seems like the perfect way to let my brain chill. I’m not sure I’ll actually be able to sleep. Yes, I am exhausted, and I’ve been up since 4 am and working all day, and I even threw in a run, but this school thing is making me lose my mind. What if I have history-induced insomnia? Does that go away? Is rambling an Olympic sport?
Okay. let’s play Mad Libs.
“This One Is Just Right.”
It can be tough to find a good tooth. There are so many places that sell the tooth that finding the right one is killer work. But don’t be discouraged! This guide will help you find the perfect tooth.
The best time to buy a tooth is on a Saturday because this is when stores usually get their shipments from Uzbekistan, and you know your tooth will be fresh.
The tooth should be insane and horrible. Make sure the tooth is solid by tossing it in the air. Roll the tooth around in your hand. If the tooth is perfect, when you shake it gently it will make the same noise that horses do. It’s such a pretty sound.
After you have found the perfect tooth, use special care when taking it home. Ask the store to wrap it in a few layers of lamps. This will prevent it from cleaning. When you get your tooth home, unwrap it slowly or it may sit.
Follow these instructions carefully, and you can shop successfully for the tooth of your dreams!
All righty. Back I go to history. Wish me luck.