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rechargeable Toothbrush 5 31.25%
Battery powered toothbrush 2 12.50%
normal toothbrush 9 56.25%
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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-12-2010, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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Electric or Manual toothbrush?

I figured might as well see.

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both. I have a sonicare elite. I don't use it much though

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Does "toothbrush" code word for "dildo?"

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Went with a battery powered one few years back. Only time I've used a regular one since than was when I was stuck in bumblefuck middle of afghanistan with no spare batteries...
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I've been thinking of getting a sonic for a long time, but should try one of the cheapo power ones first, before I fork out the money. I have strong gag reflexes and am scared that the sonic might not be good for that.

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I've been thinking of getting a sonic for a long time, but should try one of the cheapo power ones first, before I fork out the money. I have strong gag reflexes and am scared that the sonic might not be good for that.
Deep-throating your toothbrush to clean your uvula?
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For last 8 years we use Oral-B electric toothbrushes.
Small rotating toothbrush head help brushing back teeth better that regular one.

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Deep-throating your toothbrush to clean your uvula?
You mean that is not how one brushes their teeth???? Oh shit fuck!

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I have both crest spin brushes and a sonicare. Depends on what mood I'm in as to which one I use. Both do great jobs.

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