Friday, October 4, 2019


bad habits start early
The statistics are startling. The American Restaurant Association says that 1 out of every 12 people finish their main course in restaurants by licking their plates clean. The ASPCA notes that one in three dog owners give their pet dogs a little tongue at least once monthly and Brown University (no tongue intended) found a strong correlation between those landing their first job after graduating college and oral sex.

Shakespeare, who hasn't written a single word in over 250 years, said our eyes are the windows to the world and our tongues the mirror to our soul. Loving couplets never more true today.

In 1998 President Bill Clinton proclaimed December as "Brush Your Tongue Awareness Month". It would signal a new beginning in the fight to make Americans sit up and take notice just where they are putting their tongues, with whom and what to do about it afterward.
Remember:  There is no "morning after" tongue pill; no "Plan B" for the wayward, shiftless tongue.

Here are the six warning signs of the dreaded Tongue Abandonment Syndrome.

  1.  Do you know how to say the word tongue in more than three languages?
  2.  Do you often wake up not knowing where your tongue has been?
  3. Do six tongues make a right?
  4. Is your one goal in life to tie a cherry stem in a knot with just  your tongue?
  5. Do you find yourself short of breath while reading American Lollipop Magazine?
  6.  Do you often stop strangers on the street and ask them to give you a good tongue lashing?
If you answered "yes" to at least two of these questions, then all is lost. However, if you can honestlty answer "no" to just one of the above, there is hope.

Just have you credit card ready and call the number at the bottom of your screen. Be sure to ask for Donna.


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