Yeah I'm the same way, I hate not having access to internet and chat programs for extended periods of time cause my computer is being used for a game. When I played WoW I always played it windowed so I could easily switch out. XD
Does anyone else dig through their camera and look at old pictures? x: I'm looking through my SD card right now. Several times, I've ended up sitting here with my hand near my mouth, realizing how much of a sadistic freak I was being when I took those pictures.
I hate looking through older photos of me.. I'm not a very photogenic person for one, and I am often reminded of the bad times I had in my life when I was younger.. although there are times in my life in which I was a happy person, and I dont have photos during those times, which makes me a little sad
Depends, do you mean old photos I've taken or old photos taken of me? If it's the former, I do a lot. I literally hold my memories in the photos I've taken. I'm pretty upset with myself for not having taken more pictures this year/breaking my camera. On the latter end, hell no. I don't want to see my older self. At all.
It's been nearly 4 years since I have not had braces in my mouth, but I still have retainers, which I received immediately after the brackets were removed from my mouth.. am I like stuck with them for life?
It's been nearly 4 years since I have not had braces in my mouth, but I still have retainers, which I received immediately after the brackets were removed from my mouth.. -_- am I like stuck with them for life? >_>
Pretty much. As far as your mouth is concerned, your teeth are now misplaced, so they'll move back without any further reinforcement.
Though eventually your teeth will learn to live with it, so you'll be able to take it off for longer periods of time.
Though you should always ask your dentist or whatever.
did u no there r 21 letters in the alphabet
o i forgot 5
When I was a kid, my teeth were so messed up it was scary. x;
Braces and several jaw appliances (I had a nasty overbite, as well) later, and my teeth are fine. Somehow. ?_?
Chris, did you only have to wear the headgear at night?
I had one a long time ago to wear at night, but I didn't actually wear it enough for it to work haha. So I ended up with metal bars in my mouth to pull my jaw the right way. You couldn't even see them, though. It worked a lot better, considering I was unable to completely take out something that was attached to my teeth, so I only had it for a year or so.