This Will Happen If You Stop Brushing Your Teeth Today || FUNNY ANIMATION

You’re about to go on a first date with
a girl you have been chatting with on Tinder and you feel like there is a lot of promise
with this one. You spent all day preparing, showering, spraying
yourself with cologne, combing your hair after dumping a little too much gel all over it
– because, hey, you’re nervous! Your mom helped you choose your outfit, a
nice long-sleeved, collared shirt and dress pants with dress shoes. She urged you to add a tie to your ensemble,
but you retaliated, asserting that you didn’t want to look overly formal. Finally, after much preparation, you feel
somewhat confident and ready to go. Your mom grants you a kiss on the forehead
before you leave and, instead of telling you, “good luck,” she says, “don’t come
back until you bring me grandchildren!” As if you weren’t under enough pressure
already! You offer to pick your date up like the gentleman
that you are, but she insists on meeting in a public place – a reasonable request for
any meetup with someone from the internet. So, you go to meet her at a small Italian
Bistro. Once you have your table, you patiently wait
and that’s when the anxiety escalates. You think you remembered everything when getting
ready for this moment, but you can’t help but suddenly feel like you forgot to do something
very important. Your tongue crosses over your teeth and that’s
when you suddenly realize with horror that you forgot to address basic oral hygiene. This is when panic sets in and you race to
the men’s room to see if you can do the next best thing: rub water across your teeth
using your finger over the sink. Unless some guy in the bathroom with you happens
to be carrying a portable bottle of mouth rinse on him to share with you – which is
not likely – you’re pretty much out of luck. Thus, you return to your table and hope that
your date won’t notice, but who are you kidding? You know you’re going to feel insecure about
this all night, which may spoil your evening with her as the nagging thought gnaws at you. She arrives, prettier face-to-face than her
pictures on her profile. The two of you chat over dinner and connect
really well. Now, one of two events may occur. Either you’re too ashamed of your unkept
teeth to make a move, or you are having such a great time that you forget about the whole
thing and approach her anyway. Either way probably won’t end too well. In the first scenario, you decide not to approach
her at all, in which case she’ll either think you’re simply not interested in her
or that there’s something wrong with you. Her mind may come up with different ideas
about you, “Maybe he’s a virgin or maybe he is not actually into women. Maybe he’s better friend-material than romantic…” As a heterosexual male, this is the last outcome
you want from the woman that you’re attracted to. The pressure for men to be charming and perform
adequately on a first date can be daunting and confusing as is, let alone with the added
strain of knowing you forgot to brush your pearly whites. Still, there’s hope that maybe your date
will be one of those girls who appreciates that you respect her enough not to make a
move on the first date. All you can do is cross your fingers and hope
this is the case. In the second scenario, you are having such
a good time that you completely forget about your mouth situation. Your bodily position instinctually moves in
closer towards her, which would indicate interest. But she begins to get a whiff of your unpleasant
breath and her body responds by stiffening. She won’t say anything to you directly because
she is polite, but you recognize the expression of disgust on her face and immediately retreat
to your former sitting position, biting your lip and covering your mouth in shame. Because the unpleasant truth, as many men
can attest, is that women notice and have the impeccable power to pick up on every detail. So, if you forget something crucial like brushing
your teeth before a date, you can count on her knowing about it and reporting it back
to her friends after your evening has ended. What a disaster! Now you face the dread of returning home to
your mom and you get to hear the familiar lecture about how you’d better move out
of her downstairs basement before you turn forty. So, aside from causing you bad luck in the
dating department and displeasing your mom, what else can occur when you don’t brush
your teeth? Also, what happens if you stop brushing your
teeth for a long duration? Well, it probably goes without saying that
you can kiss your social life goodbye. Your connections will be flushed down the
toilet as more of your friends start to cancel their plans with you to avoid smelling the
nasty odor vortex from within your mouth. Some may not even realize why it is suddenly
unpleasant to be around you, but they no longer have an interest in being physically nearby. “There’s just something off about him
these days,” they may say. “I can’t quite put my finger on it…” But the nose knows. Typically, when you forget to brush your teeth
once or twice, the worst that may ensue is bad breath. Sometimes, if you forget to brush in the morning,
you may have some of that morning goo on your teeth – you know what we’re talking about:
That slime sensation when you first wake up. This morning slime is known as biofilm, which
is a thin layer of bacteria that sticks to your gums and teeth. It is pale yellow in color and just plain
gross. The goo is like a film, hence the name. It happens to everyone. And if you’re a mouth breather, you might
also feel really dry with cracked lips, which is the worst kind of feeling. Brushing your teeth helps to remove biofilm
and freshen your mouth, which is a great way to start the day. Now, we understand that not everyone actually
enjoys brushing their teeth. Many people may do it out of obligation so
that they don’t have to hear a long, drawn-out lecture at their next visit to the dentist. But when you stop brushing your teeth on a
daily basis and you don’t shed the morning biofilm, bacteria can build up to form dental
plaque. Plaque can lead to gum disease that is built
from bad bacteria. This is especially true if you have a sweet
tooth – forgive the pun – and you eat a lot of sugar. The leftover sugar thrives and transforms
into tooth-decaying acid. The longer you go without brushing your teeth,
the more likely the biofilm or plaque can turn into a thick tartar that only a dentist
can remove with their specialized tools. People on Google commonly ask how long you
can go without brushing your teeth before the accumulation of plaque becomes too thick. We found the answer to be one week. We should add that between 3 days and one
week, you may also develop gingivitis, a gum disease that causes your gums to redden with
touch and bleed more often. So, what percentage of people actually skip
brushing their teeth? “According to statistics from the Delta
Dental Oral Health and Well-being Survey found on the American Dental Association’s website,
more than 30 percent of Americans aren’t brushing enough [- meaning length of time
-], and 23 percent of adults have gone two or more days without brushing their teeth
in the previous year” (Quoted from Capetta, 2015). This seems to be the case mostly for young
males, as explained by Dr. Wolff, a professor in the department of Cariology and Comprehensive
Care at New York University College of Dentistry. If you were to go longer than a week without
brushing your teeth – let’s say a month – the bacteria begins breaking down your teeth. Not only will your gums turn red, but you’ll
also see your teeth start to decay. Now we move into uncharted, disgusting territory. If you dare to go an entire year without brushing
your teeth, you will notice holes in your teeth from where the acidity of plaque has
burned through your choppers. At this point your gums won’t be just red,
they’ll be completely inflamed. Okay, so what if you went five years? Now this is a ridiculous stretch but while
we’re on the topic, we may as well explore it. After 1,800 days without brushing, you would
have insanely severe gum inflammation. At this point, you may also be in need of
false teeth to replace the ones you have left – if any. Obviously, we wouldn’t recommend going against
your dentist’s advice so do yourself a favor and just brush. Dr. Wolff from our source suggests brushing
for two minutes at least once a day. Many people don’t brush this long in one
go unless they’re one of those OCD types who feel the need to touch every corner of
their mouths. We’re talking about people who are diligent,
getting at every nook and cranny when they brush, which is a good thing but not everyone
has the time. In the popular tv show, The Office, Michael
Scott said he brushed his teeth less than thirty seconds in the episode, “The Injury.” To be specific, he actually said 30 seconds
was 3 times as long as it took him to do it. Needless to say, you probably don’t want
to be a Michael Scott. Taking two minutes out of your day is definitely
worth it, especially if you want to put your mind at ease for when you’re with a woman
on your next date. After all, you can count on her wanting to
see you with fresh breath and teeth. Even if you have many other flaws you can’t
account for, you can at least control the state of your mouth. How long have you gone without brushing your
teeth? Let us know in the comments. Also, if you liked this video and want to
see more, and let’s face it, of course you did! Then click on this video which is funny and
entertaining OR this video which is entertaining and funny. We’ll leave the choice of which up to you,
since we know you’re smart and clever enough to make the right decision.

100 thoughts on “This Will Happen If You Stop Brushing Your Teeth Today || FUNNY ANIMATION

  1. I'm 23 and I aint brushed my teeth in 15 years…these dentures are perfect tho

  2. Is it kinda bad that after watching this I got up and brushed my teeth

  3. This sounds like a horrible fluoride poison commercial telling people don't forget to brush. One boiled egg..or boiled eggshell a day
    is all you brushing necessary!

  4. The things is that both of them are at an Italian restaurant so their breath will be kicking just on different levels.

  5. This is true. My brother never brushed his teeth. He's now 25 and needs dentures.

  6. Now tell us about the date where the man backs away from a woman. Because she didn't shave.

  7. Sounds disgusting but i didn't brush my teeth ever, maybe every 2 months or 3 months once but not much more and i did this for over 23 years and i didnt have one hole in any teeth in my lifetime.

  8. You've gone to an italian place, so garlic will probably be involved, in which case both in the same boat. Ergo, it doesn't matter in this one single situation. Make a mental note and do it next time.

  9. Your titles are starting to appeal to the dumb child demographic of YouTube. I'm disappointed.

  10. Hi Infographics i love this video its weird ut funny, But could you make a Video About Wrinkles the Clown Thx.

  11. Guys go to MGTOW now, for special knowledge, philosophy and skills, that will help you navigate the current manosphere with women – in ALL interactions!

  12. Wish I had this information when I was younger could have saved my teeth now oral care lesson was just basically brush, rinse, floss, and when you lose teeth you grow new ones details like this would have been nice back then

  13. in this scenario…why not just tell her you like her but you forgot to brush your teeth? You're coming across as honest, and considerate, and letting her know you are interested………

  14. As a person with horrible repetion, and I rarely brush, this is almost all wrong.

  15. This is a lie I didn't brush for a year got all of my teeth no hole no gum problems

  16. It's been 3 weeks I'm doing fine but I will brush my teeth after school I dont want my girlfriends to notice 😂

  17. This is disgusting but haven't brush my teeth in lile 20 years and my teeth are heathy.

  18. I didn’t brush my teeth for two years and I have nothing wrong with my teeth but I do have a gap between them

  19. I don't brush my teeth and my gf dones but she is a mom so it's hard sometimes to have time and I haven't since I was 16 I am 22 now and my gums are not inflamed or bleed or anythinglilke that but I am miss a tooth but that's from a fight I got in school but other than that it's fine not every girl notice it bc I like my mint gum that is sugar-free or so it claims😑 but other than that a lot of stuff people claim about not brushing your teeth is false

  20. I havent brush my teeth for 4 years now, all i do is mouthwash, and tbh my teeth’s got no problem, either cold drinks or hard food it chews and sips down normally

  21. What's funny is that I haven't brushed my teeth and non of this happened

  22. I've never experienced having bio-film before, so what do you mean that it happens to everyone?

  23. Did anyone brush their teeth after watching the vid or just me

  24. My little cousin didnt brush his teeth for 5 years and his teeth still look fantastic

  25. Some people have Trigeminal Neuralgia. So brushing teeth would exacerbate that for them. If this is you, I see you and love you and hope there’s a cure or better self care products for you. This video may be true but your pain is valid and deserves adequate patience. ❤️

  26. That's a lie, I know I went a year without brushing my teeth back when I was in my teens, my teeth aren't riddled with holes. But yeah brush your teeth regardless xD

  27. I always make sure I have gum on me, even if I brush my teeth I like to put gum in after eating to have fresh breath

  28. Um I have to say that most of this is false as I know a guy takes brushing his teeth as a luxury and even though he doesn’t brush, his mouth is oddly clean and currently he has no cavities as he is wealthier now so he can brush his teeth now. Yet even when he was poorer, he only ever got around 4 cavities in his lifetime. Also for anyone who is still reading this, his breath hardly stunk since it really only stunk is he ate nothing for around a day being that after a while of eating nothing some peoples mouths will start stinking yet I gave him food quite often so he was usually fine. One piece of credit to his dental hygiene was that he hated eating unhealthy foods being he wanted to be as healthy as he could be in his poverty stricken life (he would still eat it if he had to). He told me all of this in one night as he was describing how he used to live when he was poor (this is when he became wealthier). Edit: He had real teeth not dentures

  29. If he eats dinner, whatever he ate should cover up his bad breath. Unless he ate a $h!t sandwich.

  30. I’ll take this as a response to my no dental hygiene challenge suggestion, lol a whole video response 🥰🥰

  31. If you every brush your teeth pls don't forget to brush your tongue that's where bad breath is

  32. Let me guess infographic show you failed to win over the girl you like right?

  33. I have not been eating any carbohydrates for 6 months. I once went 2 weeks without brushing my teeth. There was no plaque buildup, no bad breath, no gum swelling, no gingivitis either.

  34. You just tell her that you forgot to brush your teeth i do not think she is going to say something just don’t kiss her

  35. He was at a bar get a beer or a drink it’s like mouth wash but only it’s stronger and isn’t minty

  36. I already haven’t brushed in a month so I guess it’s too late to take tips

  37. Who else looked at their teeth and then brushed their teeth after watching this

  38. What will happen? …Well, basically, you'll become an average British citizen.

  39. I brushed my teeth this morning and now I want to run home and brush again

  40. I’m the one who recommended this title 😅😅 and I’m only watching it now.

  41. I went many years without brushing my teeth with no repercussions whatsoever. 😂😂😂

  42. 0:40 michael Jackson’s moon walk ain’t got nothing on this guy

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