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November 21, 2013


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Perhaps they mean they bare the load for you? Really, it doesn't matter what it means once you start reading it as "anus".

I usually just read these and laugh, but sometimes...
Honestly, I swear people just get a thesaurus and throw it and see which page it opens on, and then spin around in an office chair and point or throw darts or something. Onus??? Seriously? The burden of your teeth is on ...us? I guess that's ... good?

*wanders off, bewildered*

Back to apologize for my "bare" typo. Or maybe not-- calling themselves "Onus" does "bare" the load they put on you to not only get your teeth cleaned but also to foot more of the bill than you'd want.

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