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think4yourself October 21st, 2014 9:32pm

If an adult is obviously missing front teeth does this affect your opinion of them?

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Brandon1995 San Francisco
10/22/14 1:34 am

No, I try not prejudge.

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roundsquare round square
10/22/14 3:36 am

You call it prejudge, I call it first impression.

LadyBug237 Florida
10/21/14 10:24 pm

I always wish at those times that I was a dentist so I could help them - for free if necessary. (Honestly)

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drunk ill be Bach
10/21/14 9:58 pm

They could be a hockey player. +1 in my book

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mrdudemanpants
10/21/14 8:27 pm

Anyone that said no os lying to themselves. Even at a subconscious level, your opinion has been altered.

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FemmeAdamWest in the Tardis library
10/21/14 8:48 pm

Yeah, because you totally know how everyone truly feels. Get real.

mrdudemanpants
10/22/14 7:51 pm

I have a pretty decent understanding of human nature, and as much as I myself would like to believe my opinion does not change, I know it does.

Rosebud Ohio
10/21/14 8:15 pm

It used to, but after working with a very nice gal who had hers missing from a car accident and not enough money for dentures, a friend having the heck beat out of her and losing a tooth, and another who had a disease that caused her teeth to fall

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Rosebud Ohio
10/21/14 8:15 pm

out, I no longer do. From my experience, it's always been out of the person's control.

FemmeAdamWest in the Tardis library
10/21/14 7:32 pm

I will wonder how they ended up that way but I won't think less of them because of that, shit happens.

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dawl adulting
10/21/14 7:54 pm

Yes agree

Diogenes FreeMeBe
10/21/14 6:58 pm

Fuck you judgmental asswipes!

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blitz6799 Chicagoland
10/21/14 6:48 pm

I always assume they lost them by blocking a nuclear missile from hitting an orphanage with their face!

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Oboette17 Senioritis
10/21/14 6:15 pm

Yes, it affects my first impression, which impacts my overall view of them.

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roundsquare round square
10/21/14 6:04 pm

Let's face it, the PC answer is "no, I don't pass judgement". The real answer is hell yes it affects the way I see them.

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Brandon1995 San Francisco
10/22/14 1:33 am

The PC version sounds more rational and mature, as usual.

inthehole
10/21/14 5:52 pm

Unfortunately yes. I don't think less of them or judge them but that sort of thing happens to stick in the memory and my memory doesn't always know what to do with it.

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Spartacus AUSTIN
10/21/14 5:38 pm

Not really. I try not to be judgemental.

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brenstal Florida
10/21/14 5:30 pm

Sometimes it does, but I have to remember to watch that prejudice. Dental care is expensive, and some people can't afford that. Those people aren't worse or dumber than other people, they're just in a financially bad spot probably.

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AbandonedAccnt Not here.
10/21/14 2:35 pm

If they don't fix it then yes.

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Nemacyst No Lives Matter
10/21/14 2:48 pm

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AbandonedAccnt Not here.
10/21/14 2:50 pm

If you have a denture then you've fixed it.

Be careful or I'll knock your other "tooth" out. :-)

Nemacyst No Lives Matter
10/21/14 2:53 pm

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AbandonedAccnt Not here.
10/21/14 2:55 pm

Good. And don't let any other "explosions" happen in or near your mouth. That crap don't belong in the old Brain Housing Group.

think4yourself Not a safe space
10/21/14 3:36 pm

If you have a denture to replace it then I wouldn't count that as obviously missing.