For the first time in forever, Daniel is now permanently missing a tooth, but that didn’t stop the clean-comedy! This was so awesome, you should go high-five a strange.
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Random Noodle Updates
Jeremy is so awesome, random guys give him random high fives. Daniel wrote his story, but told it more excitingly.
We record the Ramen Noodle live on Wednesdays nights at 6 Eastern. We had to skip last week because of massive tooth ache. Now that I’m better, let me tell you the rest of the story.
The weekend before this started, Jenny and I went on a date to a grocery store. Before you start thinking, “Wow. Some guy! He takes his wife grocery shopping for a date. HOW ROMANTIC!” It’s not like some girl is going to get all romanced up by going to Walmart. Gasping. Panting. Moaning. Fainting.
But this was your average grocery store. In Cincinnati, we have this place called Jungle Jim’s. It’s an huge international grocery store with all kind of weird, ugly, and interesting foods. It truly is an adventure to shop there. This is the kind of place you can find whole duck heads, pig’s feet, every flavor of Jelly Belly jellybean, and Parakeet livers. This is also the place with port-a-let’s for indoor restrooms. Like I said—it’s romantic!
Whenever we go, we like to get something exotic to try. This usually means something sweet. Jenny and I both picked out some fun things and enjoyed them back at home.
My theory is that some of the super-tough, chewy candy I got was not a good idea for one of my teeth.
In previous episodes, I’ve shared stories of going to the dentist. I now have more root canals than Panama. (Kids, brush and floss! You’ll hear people confess their regret for doing drugs, but you rarely hear people share their dental hygiene failures because they’re far too embarrassing.)
Monday morning, I awoke with some significant tooth pain on one specific tooth—one where that previously had a root canal. Due to other circumstances, I did not feel like recording the Audacity to Podcast on that day. So what did I make the episode about? “What to do when you don’t feel like podcasting”! I mentioned something to my live audience then, but I assumed the pain would go away.
Tuesday morning, the pain was bad enough that I saw a dentist. He said the pain would go away and so should I. That night, the pain was so intense that I couldn’t sleep. By Wednesday, I was literally crying from the pain. The doctor saw me again and gave me some basic antibiotics and scheduled a check with a specialist FOR SIX DAYS LATER!
We canceled the Ramen Noodle for that night, but I was stupid enough to go ahead and host our Once Upon a Time podcast—but I wasn’t going to be the one doing the majority of the talking.
When something bothers you, you have to pull it. This is why people pull weeds—they bother them. This is why people pull up their rears—they bother them. And this is also why people pull out their hair—because some hair is allergic to annoyances.
Thursday morning, we saw the dentist again. This time, to just pull the tooth. Most people dread the numbing needle, but I was looking forward to it! The dentist was highly accurate with his poke, because he hit the nerve perfectly. Unfortunately, this felt like someone sliced my mouth open with a serrated knife. “Do you wanna know how I got these scars?”
But for the first time in forever, with my dentist, under the light
For the first time in forever, my tooth was feeling all right
Don’t know if the extraction was nasty, but one thing is quite plain
Cause for the first time in forever, I didn’t feel pain
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