The lady in the Polident commercial

And the writer(s):

“Dentures are very different to real teeth.”

I don’t like this pitting. There’s no real bite to it.

Needs a bit more to chew on.

And this OP is very different to real grammar.

Yes. It’s odd. And in other ways, dentures are very similar to real teeth.

she has said a mouthful.

Yes, I think that statement is very incisive.

Since when could we have joke threads in the Pit?

When life gives you lemons …

Return them and ask for limes.

… make sure you get sugar and water, too. Without them, your lemonade is going to suck.

Another gum control thread.

This thread is leaving a bad taste in my mouth.

Both are very bad for the enamel on your teeth, you know.

Don’t believe everything that you read about teeth on the internet is accurate.

Indeed, I find most threads about dentistry contain floss information.

Dentures are like bats. They come out like the stars at night.

And the molar of this story is: cave canines.

Joke thread?

Hey, some people truly get very agitated over small dental problems. Why just yesterday I dropped my toothpaste on the floor. I was crestfallen.

And I still remember last summer when I was going for a week-long hike on the Appalachian Trail and I forgot to pack my toothpaste. I was very upset. I ended up wandering around aimlessly.

That happened to me, but fortunately I was in New England, and could just follow the drumming.

(You know, the drumming. From the toms of Maine.)

“Different to” is a Britishism, or at least it’s used a lot more in the UK than US.