There’s a dentist who says we’ve all been brushing our teeth wrong our whole lives. And I know it seems crazy to take this one guy’s advice over every other dentist in HISTORY, but let’s just hear this lunatic out, okay?
Most people brush, floss, then rinse. Or brush, rinse, then floss. Right?
Well, Dr. Matthew Lloyd is a dentist in England, and he says you should do the whole thing in REVERSE: Floss first to get food particles loose . . . then rinse with mouthwash . . . THEN brush your teeth.
Quote, “It’s better to remove plaque and food debris with floss before rinsing the bacteria away with mouth wash.
“Ideally, you should finish your oral care routine by brushing your teeth. That way, the toothpaste says in contact with your teeth and gums for longer and will provide better protection.”
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Don’t let people tell you the Super Bowl is in San Francisco this year. It’s in Silicon Valley, over an hour south of San Francisco. And since people there just LOVE flashing their money around, it’s how something like THIS happens.
This Super Bowl now has the most expensive tickets of any sporting event in U.S. history. One ticket is now selling for an average of $4,957.
The old record was the Mayweather-Pacquiao boxing match back in May, where tickets got up to $4,672.
(NBC 4 – Oklahoma City)
If you were ever going to buy a lottery ticket, this might just be the day to do it.
The Powerball drawing tomorrow night is going to have a jackpot of around $700 MILLION . . . possibly even more. And that’s the biggest lottery jackpot in HISTORY. The previous record was $656 million in 2012.
If you win and take the lump sum, you’ll get about $428.4 million. Assuming about half of that goes to taxes, you’re winding up with $214 million. Not too bad.
Your odds of winning the jackpot are one in 292.2 million. So I’m saying there’s a chance . . .
Powerball tickets are available in 44 states . . . everywhere but Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, Utah, Alabama, and Mississippi. They cost $2, and the drawing is at 10:59 p.m. Eastern tomorrow.
Secrets people dread their family or friends finding out
Do you have a secret that’s SO bad you plan on taking it to your grave? If you say, “No” . . . you’re lying. I’ve got like 15 horrible secrets and I’m an open book.
A new survey found 60% of people say they have at least one secret they REALLY don’t want people to find out about. And most of them have been keeping it for at least 15 years. Here are the ten most common deep, dark secrets . . .
- An affair.
- An embarrassing incident.
- Your web browsing history.
- Sexual fetishes.
- Something in your family history.
- A phobia.
- Something you bought.
- That you smoke, or used to.
- Someone you’re in love with.
(Western Daily Press)
(You can see the top 25 secrets here.)
Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” has turned into one of the most prophetic titles in Billboard chart history.