Who doesn't love a good taco? Delicious as they are, they are not a food you'd want to munch on when you’ve just gotten your wisdom teeth removed. Ouch! Hard or soft, that’s just too much chewing.
Try explaining that to a taco-craving teenager who still has the cotton in her mouth after such a procedure. In the video below, you’ll see that fresh from the dentist, this poor girl is already expressing a need for tacos, and she’s just so sad when her mother denies her the food!
I know she can’t possibly eat them, but I actually feel bad for her. Clearly, she doesn’t understand why she can’t have tacos, and her mother is getting quite the kick out of her overreaction on being told she can’t have them. I’m sure she’ll have a laugh herself once she’s all healed up and watching the video. At the same time, I’m sure she’ll be enjoying the tacos she felt she was so ruthlessly denied.
First, when she asks why she can’t have them, her mother tries to explain that it’s because she just had her wisdom teeth removed. Unfortunately, this answer doesn’t mean much to her in her current state so she continues to express her want for tacos. The second time around, her mother starts to goof around with her and tells her she can’t have them because she misbehaves. The girl starts crying again and facing away from her mother.
It’s hard to watch this video without laughing just a little, or at least cracking a smile, which is okay since the crying girl can’t see us, right? She’ll realize later that Mom’s not so mean after all, she’s just looking out! I wonder if she’ll be craving tacos for a while now. It’s hard to tell what kinds of cravings the medication from that procedure can leave you with.
If you haven’t yet had your wisdom teeth removed, you might not understand yet, but just be aware that when it does happen, someone will probably video tape you post-procedure and post it online …