Posted by: madamm | November 15, 2007

Thanks for a great lunch!

I was going to spend an entire post on teeth grinding and what’s  been said about it but to be honest, I don’t feel like discussing another little eccentricity of mine (though teeth grinding is believed to affect a vast amount of the adult population) today.

Instead I want to say thanks to my great friends who work at one of SA’s biggest magazines for their hearty lunches and discussions of a sheltered childhood. You know who you are!



  1. not just sheltered M very sheltered 🙂

  2. LOL Batman. You’re such a wuss for a superhero…

  3. That’s why he’s called Batpants.
    As in scaredypants…LOL

  4. that was like way outta line but I can nogals see your point *batman rushes out to make an appointment to go bundu bashing and awaken his inner super bad ass hero again*

  5. I found your blog post via Google blog search while searching for Teeth Grinding and your post regarding “Thanks for a great lunch!” looks very interesting to me and it is also very creative. I have a teeth website of my own and I must say that your blog is really good. Keep up the great work on a really high class resource.

    Lots of people complain about gnashing their teeth during sleep, more or less intensely; this type of teeth grinding is considered a medical condition called bruxism, and it equally affects children and adults. Teeth grinding can affect the condition of the natural enamel of the teeth allowing for the entering of the bacteria in the deep dental layers. Varying from mild to severe forms that require treatment, bruxism is not necessarily limited to night manifestations, as there are people who often gnaw their teeth at daytime too. Regular dental care and checks with a health care provider are the best ways to achieve a proper teeth condition, however, one also needs to deal with the causes that trigger teeth grinding in the first place.

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