The shark fin-looking adult tooth in the bottom of my mouth is loose and whenever I bite into something it hurts. There is no blood, but I want it to stay in my mouth.
When I was about eight, a front top tooth was loose because I had bit into something that was too thick, and it was bothering the egg cream out of me. One day I couldn't take it anymore.While I was watching TV in my room, and wiggling my bloody tooth with a napkin I got up and stood in front of my bathroom mirror and yanked it right out. It hurt intensely for about five seconds, but then it stopped. There was a pink, bloody crater in my mouth where my baby tooth used to be.
Then again, when I was nine, at another school, my mom had packed me some nasty gluten free sticky grape fruit bar, and when I bit on it I shoved the tooth in the wrong direction, and it became loose. I'd already lost so many teeth and wasn't sure if this one was an adult or a baby. The next day after school, once again I yanked it out of my mouth. Ha, that tooth was only loose for about thirty-four hours! Again, there was a bloody pink crater. Only this time it was a bottom tooth. After I washed my hands, I put on sterile gloves because I love to put my finger in the crater to see if the meat is tender. If it is, I stop touching it.