Feel Better Now, Gummer?

Being stupid has its costs. If your lover was a dentist and you dumped her for another lady, would you still make an appointment with her for a toothache?

Marek Olszewski, 45, of London somehow thought that was a good idea.  So he booked a time with his ex-lover, 34-year-old Dentist Anna Mackowia.  Dr. Macowia thought she could remain “professional and detached” for the examination. Wrong!

She put Marek under anesthesia and then proceeded to pull out every one of his 32-teeth! She then bandaged up the dolt and sent him home.  We can only imagine Mr. Olszewski’s surprise when he took off the bandages and saw just a  mouthful of gums!

Dr. Mackowia, D.D.S. is now facing three years in prison for medical malpractice.  And Olszewski?  Sadly, he was dropped by his new girlfriend because she “couldn’t go out with a bloke who had no teeth.”

Word of the Day: Dolt (doelt); noun.  A person who is stupid and has no sense of reality.

4 Responses to “Feel Better Now, Gummer?”

  1. Bill says:

    A lot of “blokes” have pretty nasty looking teeth; his dentures may be an improvement.

    I just finished a novel in which one of the characters daydreams about pulling his mother’s teeth out one by one. Small world, inin’t (as a bloke with no teeth would put it).

  2. Joseph Belle-Isle says:

    Do you guys have any idea of how much it costs to get a tooth pulled? and at 35-45 your on the way to looking at dentures anyway. THAT GUY GOT A DEAL!

  3. paolo. says:

    Hell – my teeth are my last good parts! After 60, anything that’s still working usually hurts.

  4. Bill says:

    Back in 1967 I had a tooth fractured in an auto accident and ended up having it pulled. Cost me seven bucks. To this day it is the only tooth I’ve lost. Plan to keep it that way too; that’s why I have no plans to remarry.

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