For those who simply don’t have enough time in the morning to fully dedicate a minute or two to hygiene, this is for you.
The tongue to teeth toothbrush is exactly what it sounds like: a pre-coated toothpaste brush you put on your tongue for a hands-free teeth cleaning experience.
It’s creator, Adel Elseri, told the Edmonton Journal he came up with the idea as he was driving home from a 12-hour shift. Elseri and his business partner Said Fayad presented the idea to the producers of the entrepreneurial show Dragon’s Den (or Shark Tank, if you’re American and watch the poor remake) last month. There is no news as of yet if they made it onto the show.
If anything, this product brings us just one step closer to being cats. Meow.
Now here’s a hobby that will leave a bad taste in your mouth.
Meet Ani K., an art teacher from Kerala, India. He’s a painter, except he doesn’t paint the conventional way. Instead of using his hands, he decides to paint with his tongue.
And by that, I don’t mean he holds a paintbrush with his tongue, which to me sounds awesome enough.
In fact, the artist actually slathers the paint on, transferring it onto the canvas to make gorgeous portraits.
While I know we all have our own weird and special talents, I was a bit grossed out watching this video. While I applaud his artistic abilities, I sure hope it’s safe to paint this way.
TMZ is reporting that Spencer was playing a game of tug and war with his dog Monday, when things went south. Sources tell TMZ that Spencer had the rope toy in his mouth when the dog ripped the rope, causing Pratt to chomp down on his tongue. This caused a gaping hole on his tongue.