This is a chance for you the reader to help contribute to what you see published
here on the Web. Twice a week, we will post a new topic,
and solicit suggestions
for the top ten entries for that subject. The results will be compiled
and displayed one week after the topic was posted. Remember that we get
hundreds of submissions
for each topic, so don't get discouraged if we haven't
picked one of yours yet.
Top Ten Things to Do with Your Pulled Wisdom Teeth
(submitted by Buffalo Gal)
Give them to the carnies at the county fair.
(Good Ol' Horseface)
Create a scale model of Stonehenge and see if it does anything.
They make interesting additions to the ice cube tray.
Grind them into a powder that can be sprinkled around your bed to ward away that nocturnal fiend The Tooth Fairy.
Incorporate them into a trophy - "Fastest Bottle Cap Opener Champion"
Stare at them for hours, wondering how to get the wisdom out of them.
Display them on sticks by the bathroom sink, as a warning to your other teeth.
(Krig the Viking)
But them in a jar with any other teeth you lose along the way. One day your best pick up line will be "I've gots all me own teeth" and then show them the jar.
This halloween, take your Jack-o-lantern to the next level.
Leave them on the receptionist's desk at the dentist with a "Need one/Take one" sign.
Thursday's Subject: Top Ten Things to Look for in the Upcoming Monopoly Reality Show
(submitted by Micklin T. Rahe, With Two Houses On Park Place And Pennsylvania Railroad)
Monday's Subject: Top Ten Ways the Internal Revenue Service is Planning to Repair Its Image
(submitted by MLehde)
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