Cory Doctorow at 8:29 am Thu, Feb 11, 2010
ADVERTISE AT BOING BOING!
I saw this and decided to try and make my own since it’s not produced anymore… it, ummm… didn’t go well.
How much and where do I get it?!?!?!
Before I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack
Cause when I leave for the night, I ain’t coming back
Or is that too mainstream…?
“Before I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack Cause when I leave for the night, I ain’t coming back”
That’s exactly what I thought of when I first saw this. lol
@Dunnright Ask Ke$ha (Who expounds the virtues of brushing one’s teeth with Jack Daniels) Tik Tok!
9 out of 10 alcaholic US Senators recommend it!
Is there anything whiskey can’t do?
I’d buy it. So tired of berry bomb blast flavored tooth paste that leaves me drooling with chemical copper pipe taste.
I know there is Toms of Maine but thats the other extreme, sap and charcoal.
I want watermelon flavored, put in Xylitol. I want turkey and gravey flavored toothpaste. Whiskey flavored toothpaste should exist. And while we are on toothpaste, new tube design plese! How about a pump style tube that comes in 1 gallon sizes. What’s with the small containers that need constant replacing. And the containers that get stored upside down but then the cap gets soaked with bathroom scum water, perfect for when you use it next.
Yes, when are we going to see the revolution to Toothpaste 2.0?
I don’t think I could feel like my mouth was clean without the flavor of mint and fluoride. I’d give scotch a go, though.
ohhh…. this wasn’t what i wanted to stumble on with complete nausea hangover from whiskey… cool ad though
and vodka mouthwash… spit or swallow, it’s up to you.
Wow! and in 2.5 oz airplane-friendly tubes!!
…you had me at whiskey
too bad eating tooth paste will kill you.
I remember back in the 1970s in Art Sansom’s comic strip ‘Born Loser’ there was a riff on whiskey toothpaste.
In the first panel Brutus Thornapple (the Born Loser) is brushing his teeth as his wife Gladys is walking by and asks him, “What on earth is that smell?!”
In the second panel he replies, “Whiskey toothpaste.”
To which she asks, “Is that suppose to prevent cavities?”
And in the third panel he replies, “No, but you don’t worry about them.”
OFFICER: Sir, I am going to have to get you to step out of the car. You’ve got alcohol on your breath.
YOU: It’s just my toothpaste, honest!
OFFICER: That’s a new one…
Holy crap! I just found an almost full tube of this at my grandparent’s house a week ago. I brought it home because it sounded too funny. I just threw it up on ebay if anyone is interested.
Use real toothpaste (with flouride), then rinse with whiskey! Or rum! Or gin! Or Mad Dog 20/20! Stronger than Listerine and tastes better, too.
What I want to know is how they made it so you can actually distinguish between Scotch whisky and Bourbon whiskey.
I’m pretty sure the lable would tell you if it’s Bourbon or Scotch.
If you don’t know the difference b/n Scotch and Bourbon you should probably just stick to drinking wine spritzers and save money.
Hey Rusk73, you should have included a link to your ebay posting! Here it is:
Is this a single malt or a blend? And how many years has it been aged?
Of course, even better would be BACON toothpaste!
When I was a kid a non-alcoholic version of this was sold in junk and novelty catalogues.
@FreakcitySF, have you actually tried Tom’s of Maine? It’s fantastic. Very flavorful and not too sweet.
On the other hand, I find I CANNOT reccomend ‘The Natural Dentist’ products. I bought their anti-cavity rinse (I have cavities, incidentally, from going to bed, teeth unbrushed, after drinking too much whiskey too many times) and it is HORRID. Aloe, menthol, and citric acid. Bad times.
Not what I’d want to taste when I am hung over from too much whiskey the night before.
At least it’s not a variation on mint or cinnamon. I don’t like mint. I got excited once when I was looking on Crest’s website because they had vanilla listed. I like the taste of vanilla. It’s vanilla-mint.
Well, I suppose getting the cavity creeps drunk is one way to stop them from making holes in your teeth.
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