February 19, 2010

Wedding Night

Once you have found your Mr or Miss Right, better tell him or her the whole truth about yourself. Don't lie. Actually, you should start telling the truth even on the very first date. Let the other person like you for who you are and not who you pretend to be.

This reminds me of a story I heard from my mom's friend many years ago. There was these couple who had been dating for years. At last they decided to get married. On the wedding night, the wife said she needs to take a bath, freshen up, before bed. After she was done, the husband said, he too, better freshen up first.

The minute he steps in the bathroom, he notice a glass by the sink. Later after his bath, he thought it would be better to brush his teeth too. Then he realized there was a set of denture in the glass. He freaks out and left the house.

The first time I heard it, it sounds hilarious. Maybe it was the way the lady told the story. She was laughing all the way till she had tears in her eyes. Come to think of it, pity the new bride. She shouldn't had lied in the first place, or at least hint to him while they were still dating.

Guess he finds it difficult to kiss a lady with no teeth or maybe the sight of false teeth soaking in a glass of water disgust him. Personally, I find the sight of denture in water disgusting too. I don't think I could kiss anyone with no teeth either, other than babies.

Both my husband and I had some bad teeth too but instead of false teeth, we choose crowning. At least, our so called false teeth, stays in our mouth at all time. Now only I understand why my parents keep emphasizing on taking care of our teeth when we where young.

Well, now we know that teeth could cause so much trouble to a person. Thanks for reading and take good care of your teeth.


chubskulit said...

Following from Friday Follower, hope you can come by.

"BUTTERY"fly said...

Oh I'm glad my mom took care of our teeth -- that I don't have to use dentures today.

Sight of a denture in a glass was really disgusting, but I guess it's too petty to get completely turned off. I mean, pulling it back in the early stage of the relationship -- it would be awkward to open a topic of why she's having a false teeth.LOL!

The story is quite hilarious though. Thanks for sharing!


baili said...

that was really strange that she did not tell the truth even knew that it could not be hidden any way ,you are right that truth must be the first brick in the building of relationship,thanks for your kind words on my blog ,it is first time i think i can open your comment box take great care

Anne J said...

I'm following from Friday follow, have a great weekend.


Anonymous said...

LOL. I'll try to take care of my teeth.

Thanks for linking up with Friday Follow! I am now your blog follower. Have a wonderful weekend and pleasure to meet ya.

~ Lynn

Redbonegirl97 said...

That is too funny, I could imagine standing there looking into a glass. Hmmm, I guess they never spent overnight together before if he didn't know that. He should've snoped then he would have found her Denture Grip, lol.


Heather McDougle said...

I couldn't imagine that. I definitely think everything should be talked about and out in the open before getting married!

I'm following you from Friday Follow!

Jo said...

Interesting. Everything should be out in the open before marriage, you're right. I feel sorry for the bride but even sorrier for a man with such a shallow character. I have a "toothy" post on my blog today if you care to visit. Thanks for reviewing my blog.

Trista's Barn said...

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Deviki @ Viki said...

HAHHAHA awesome story ...i'm guessing THAT is the best advice you could give to any dating couples and newly weds....COOL Blog !!

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