The Dental Hygienist's Nightmare

The Dental Hygienist’s Nightmare

 

By Elton Camp

 

Gina glanced at her appointment book

A new patient was coming for a look

 

Soon, he was sitting in her chair

He grinned and said, “Howdy there.”

 

“My teeth ain’t been cleaned in many a year.

So that’s th’ reason thet I’ve came here.”

 

“I just et some garlic and onion stew

So I shore hope hit won’t bother you.”

 

“To get hear on time, I was in a rush

So I couldn’t find my old toothbrush.”

 

“My little check don’t hardly count

So I hope you kin charge a less amount.”

 

“By th’ time I pay fer cigarettes and beer

I ain’t got much left thet I kin pay here.”

 

“Excuse me a minute,” Gina said

She stepped outside to clear her head

 

Her car sped off with a roar

The dentist saw her no more


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Synopsis
Gina was last seen roaring out of the employee parking lot.
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