This debate about brushing teeth is driving Twitter crazy
‘Wet the toothbrush first, or put toothpaste on first?’
The internet is nothing without high-brow intellectual debate, and this discussion that’s raging on Twitter is surely one that will have theses written on it for years to come.
The debate? Should you wet your toothbrush before putting toothpaste on it?
do y’all wet the toothbrush first, or put toothpaste on first 🤨?— ty’ana 🌹 (@envyteeee) February 12, 2018
You might think this is a benign discussion about dental hygiene, but that’s where you’re wrong – it’s got thousands of people talking, and talking passionately.
The most overwhelmingly popular answer to the conundrum is that put forward by user @darienj_5, whose response has hundreds of thousands of likes and retweets.
Wet the toothbrush, put toothpaste on , wet that boy again . Then brush . That’s law https://t.co/rAEpt9NUM8— Djack® (@darienj_5) February 14, 2018
Water – toothpaste – more water – brush.
Right? Nope, not for everyone.
Um no just put the toothpaste on THEN wet the brush smh— Hannah (@slightlystressd) February 14, 2018
Put toothpaste on first— ⚔︎ BL∧CK👽M∧NT∧ ⚔︎ (@xJayRawri) February 12, 2018
So, no water before?
What? Disgusted Steve Carrell – but why?
dry ass toothbrush 😂— ty’ana 🌹 (@envyteeee) February 12, 2018
Bristles gotta stay soft, you might aswell use sand paper with ur technique— Aceito (@krldn_) February 14, 2018
At this point the only thing clear is there’s a battle of the minds going on here.
Perhaps it’s best then to just agree to disagree, let bygones be bygones and understand that brushing your teeth is about your own opinions, feelings, hopes and dreams.
Even you, guy who puts the toothpaste on his tongue instead of the brush.
I wet the toothbrush but I squeeze the toothpaste on my tongue.— 𝓚𝓘𝓝𝓖 𝓔. (@ImJustErnest) February 14, 2018
Okay, maybe not you..