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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-06-07, 11:42

Police: Utah mom used pliers to pull son’s teeth in Walmart bathroom

This story comes to you from American FORK, UT.

Police say on April 2, Jeannine Cherilynn Isom went into Walmart and bought hand sanitizer and needle nose pliers.  According to police, she took her 7-year-old son into the restroom and pulled out two of his teeth with the pliers.


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Post by LooseGoose on 2017-06-07, 12:02

Dentists aren't cheap.

I don't see where this is much different than a string and a door knob. Well except that she used sanitizer.

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-06-07, 12:04

LooseGoose wrote:Dentists aren't cheap.

I don't see where this is much different than a string and a door knob.    Well except that she used sanitizer.

The big difference, I guess, is that it's harder to get caught using the bathroom doorknob in your own home.
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Post by Dendrobates on 2017-06-07, 13:04

I don't get what the big deal is in pulling a kids lose tooth out with pliers.

But why the fuck would you do it in a public bathroom? Just disgusting in genera.
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Post by tGreenWay on 2017-06-07, 13:25

Dendrobates wrote:I don't get what the big deal is in pulling a kids lose tooth out with pliers.

But why the fuck would you do it in a public bathroom? Just disgusting in genera.

It's not a big deal to use pliers. My dad used them on us. But, you're supposed to wait until the teeth are ready to come out.
Also, shouldn't we have an Oh, Walmart thread? This would be a good story for it.

“There was only one that was just a tiny bit loose. The other one was not,” said Paul. “When she proceeded to extract them, they didn’t come out in one whole piece. There were multiple pieces. So that illustrates that they were still very attached to this child’s mouth.”

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Post by Dendrobates on 2017-06-07, 13:31

tGreenWay wrote:
Dendrobates wrote:I don't get what the big deal is in pulling a kids lose tooth out with pliers.

But why the fuck would you do it in a public bathroom? Just disgusting in genera.

It's not a big deal to use pliers. My dad used them on us. But, you're supposed to wait until the teeth are ready to come out.
Also, shouldn't we have an Oh, Walmart thread? This would be a good story for it.

“There was only one that was just a tiny bit loose. The other one was not,” said Paul. “When she proceeded to extract them, they didn’t come out in one whole piece. There were multiple pieces. So that illustrates that they were still very attached to this child’s mouth.”

Ok, that's more fucked up. I didn't read the story. Gee, I was assuming the teeth were really ready to come out and just needed that extra little help. That woman is fucked up to do that, and think....a Walmart bathroom is a good idea. Wow...
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Post by tGreenWay on 2017-06-07, 13:33

Dendrobates wrote:
tGreenWay wrote:

It's not a big deal to use pliers. My dad used them on us. But, you're supposed to wait until the teeth are ready to come out.
Also, shouldn't we have an Oh, Walmart thread? This would be a good story for it.

“There was only one that was just a tiny bit loose. The other one was not,” said Paul. “When she proceeded to extract them, they didn’t come out in one whole piece. There were multiple pieces. So that illustrates that they were still very attached to this child’s mouth.”

Ok, that's more fucked up. I didn't read the story. Gee, I was assuming the teeth were really ready to come out and just needed that extra little help. That woman is fucked up to do that, and think....a Walmart bathroom is a good idea. Wow...

Yeah, I'd throw on an additional charge just for picking a Walmart bathroom. Nasty.

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Post by Cameron on 2017-06-07, 15:29

When I was a kid, I had a loose tooth that was incredibly loose but stubbornly hanging on for that last bit. Rather than doing the string/doornob type extraction (as I recall I refused that), my mom eventually just held me down and pulled it right out with her bare hands. I was mildly traumatized by the whole thing. The money under my pillow helped, though. I hope this kid's got a c-note on the way.
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Post by Jake from State Farm on 2017-06-07, 20:07

My parents used to take me to a dentist that for some reason didn't use anesthesia. The effer would just start drilling away. I should have punched him in the teeth.

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Post by tGreenWay on 2017-06-07, 20:16

Jake from State Farm wrote:My parents used to take me to a dentist that for some reason didn't use anesthesia. The effer would just start drilling away. I should have punched him in the teeth.

Is it safe?

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Post by Jake from State Farm on 2017-06-07, 20:17

tGreenWay wrote:
Jake from State Farm wrote:My parents used to take me to a dentist that for some reason didn't use anesthesia. The effer would just start drilling away. I should have punched him in the teeth.

Is it safe?

I'm still here so it must be. Can't say that I'm really fond of dentists though.

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Post by DWags on 2017-06-07, 20:18

tGreenWay wrote:
Jake from State Farm wrote:My parents used to take me to a dentist that for some reason didn't use anesthesia. The effer would just start drilling away. I should have punched him in the teeth.

Is it safe?
Great reference
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Post by GRR Spartan on 2017-06-07, 20:21

Jake from State Farm wrote:My parents used to take me to a dentist that for some reason didn't use anesthesia. The effer would just start drilling away. I should have punched him in the teeth.

Never told you about your adoption eh?
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Post by Jake from State Farm on 2017-06-07, 20:22

GRR Spartan wrote:
Jake from State Farm wrote:My parents used to take me to a dentist that for some reason didn't use anesthesia. The effer would just start drilling away. I should have punched him in the teeth.

Never told you about your adoption eh?

wtf? I'm adopted?

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