My Archnemesis- Popcorn

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When did it all go so wrong for me and popcorn?  I used to be able to pound down buckets of popcorn in my youth but now that I’m old as a mofo it seems I can’t eat two handfuls without getting fifteen kernels all stuck under my tongue, in between my teeth, all over the damn place.

Damn you popcorn.

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7 Responses to My Archnemesis- Popcorn

  1. Yup and an un popped kernel will break your big back tooth = $1,200 bam!

  2. E.J. says:

    Try Quaker buttered popcorn flavored rice cakes. They are yummy, don’t have kernels, and are only 35 calories.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Remember I saved you a dentist bill when I got the kernel out from under your gum

  4. Amanda says:

    I have twice had to go to the dentist for popcorn issues. Last time, I said to my dentist (who I adore so I shan’t name any names) I said, “dentists must make a lot of money on popcorn.” I was a little taken aback when he yelled gleefully, “It’s a gold mine!!!”

  5. Chuck.Cook says:

    Can’t be us – must be some sort of GMO popcorn! ;-)

  6. Dave Moore says:

    Me too! Great idea (EJ) me and Quaker have been together this way by the roll and many flavors too! Oh yea and the movie theater and Popcorn :-)

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