Never brush your teeth with a comb (and other words of wisdom from my observations as a dental receptionist)

One day at work I got inspiration to write this blog.  Hope you enjoy my random musings.
 
Never brush your teeth with a comb.  You may get the toothpaste on, but good luck getting them properly cleaned.
Why bang a nail in with the back of a screw driver when a hammer does the job much better?
Don’t use MS Word to make a chart or list with columns.  Use MS Excel.  Way less hassle and headaches and it will actually do what you want.
Use a hairbrush for your hair, not a porcupine.
Don’t open a milk bag with a carving knife.
Don’t eat jello with a fork.
Don’t try to kill a cockroach with a rocket launcher.  Especially indoors.
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About Author Amy McGuire

Author of The Heart's Discovery, a YA Romance novel set mostly in British Columbia with a brief foray into Quito, Ecuador. Also the mother of a bubbly second grade redhead who adores turquoise, and wife to a very patient man. She lives in Toronto, the inspiration for so many of her place names and characters.
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