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A dentist pulled out all her ex-boyfriend

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I would NOT be going for surgery to an ex EVER.

His mistake.

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Things like this make it seem not worth having steady BFs/GFs -- better to have one night dates.

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I don't think the exBF would have to pay to get new teeth. He could easily just sue the company and have everything his whole life covered. Though, still sucks. This is one of my worst fears... a dentist who is crazy.

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I would NOT be going for surgery to an ex EVER.

His mistake.

Agreed. He definitely should have seen this coming...

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LOL I feel sorry for the guy but if he thought it was a smart idea to go to his ex for dental work then life has taught him a valuable lesson.

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It was wrong and unprofessional but I always like to see stories of men with too much hubris getting what they deserve.

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Lucky ******. He will never have to go to another dentist once he gets his fake teeth. No more toothaches, no more drilling... lucky ******...

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He was a dick for leaving her for another woman, and no doubt stupid to see her as his dentist just days after, but pulling out all the teeth is an EXTREME punishment. I hope she goes away for a long time and is made to pay for all the damage

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He was a dick for leaving her for another woman ...

So you think people are trapped, enslaved, for the rest of their lives ?

It's only natural that some people will tire of a relationship, and move on.

Not the happiest thought, but true.

And this 'dentist' may not have been the nicest person, either.

Her actions sure indicate that.

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Things like this make it seem not worth having steady BFs/GFs -- better to have one night dates.

More like it seems like it's not worth it to be a complete and total ass to your significant other when the relationship ends. His fault for 1) Probably be a jerk, 2) being with someone crazy if he wasn't a jerk, 3) going to an ex that is either crazy or he was a jerk to for surgery. All on him.

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So you think people are trapped, enslaved, for the rest of their lives ?

It's only natural that some people will tire of a relationship, and move on.

Not the happiest thought, but true.

And this 'dentist' may not have been the nicest person, either.

Her actions sure indicate that.

Everyone has their own personal values nd they are entitled to that. It certainly is not a crime to cheat on your partner, everyone has free will.

I just think that it is common courtesy that if you are in a relationship where your have a partner who expects loyalty, that if you do not want to be with your partner anymore or would like to find someone else, that you have the decency to break up with your partner first, because that is the understanding you had with them.

If you are in a relationship where your partner does not expect this from you, great, but this guy is a dick because obviously they had this expectation in their relationship and he broke her trust.

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^ I saw no where in the story that he did not tell her he was 'breaking up'.

... just days after breaking up with her.

.... a partner who expects loyalty

There are no guarantees that someone will remain loyal, in any relationship.

Misexpectation on her part.

Funny how some people think it's always a man's fault.

Plenty of crappy women out there.

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Lucky ******. He will never have to go to another dentist once he gets his fake teeth. No more toothaches, no more drilling... lucky ******...

Or he could just brush his teeth morning and night and visit the dentist for a 6 monthly check-up and then there's no problems :p

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On the plus side, it would have been way more expensive getting all his teeth pulled out at a different dentist.

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While I think adultery should be atleast a civil liability if not a misdemeanor, they where where notmarried and even if it was a misdemeanor and they where married that gives her no right to pull out the mans teeth.

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Wouldn't he of noticed something was up after removing the first tooth?

All teeth... really?

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Things like this make it seem not worth having steady BFs/GFs -- better to have one night dates.

Right... That way, all kinds of people out there might potentially be sour towards you and feel the need to "get revenge". :s

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Wouldn't he of noticed something was up after removing the first tooth?

All teeth... really?

She nocked him out, a common dental practice in some parts.

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Right... That way, all kinds of people out there might potentially be sour towards you and feel the need to "get revenge". :s

Shouldn't need to feel hurt, if you haven't had a long relationship -- a way to avoid trouble. ;)

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none of us know the full story regarding their relatonship but maby above feel the need to say it was his own fault for going to her for treatment

and should have seen it comming, Realy? for what reason should he have seen it comming shes a professional.

what if she was the one going to him for treatment and he decided to pull her teath or do other unwanted things to her person

most of you above would be condemming the man to prison etc.

so what if he cheated on her what she did was unprofessional and will be condiddered as assult by the courts.

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none of us know the full story regarding their relatonship but maby above feel the need to say it was his own fault for going to her for treatment

and should have seen it comming, Realy? for what reason should he have seen it comming shes a professional.

what if she was the one going to him for treatment and he decided to pull her teath or do other unwanted things to her person

most of you above would be condemming the man to prison etc.

so what if he cheated on her what she did was unprofessional and will be condiddered as assult by the courts.

I didn't say she was right, I just said it was his fault. If you have an unpleasant break-up you probably shouldn't go to that person for surgery. They're supposed to be a professional, but that doesn't mean they'll act like one. What it boils down to, for me, is that he should have known better. I think she should absolutely be punished. I can think of at least one ex of mine where if they were a dentist I wouldn't let them anywhere near my mouth.

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Wouldn't he of noticed something was up after removing the first tooth?

All teeth... really?

If they need to pull your one tooth, they don't need to put you sleep for that unless they can not pull it out for some reason which your tooth is stuck.. they give you the 'numb' shot for 1 tooth or two.

If they need to pull all of your teeth, they will put you sleep so they pull them out within few minutes.

They had hard time to pull my tooth out which they didn't put me to sleep. I can handle the pain and their hard work for trying to pull it out. I was laughing at them for not able to pull it out ... they went nuts ...

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She should pay for indents for him, or pay for whatever it takes for him to obtain something similar to the teeth he had. Further, such an evil woman should be given much more time in prison than three years.

I would NOT be going for surgery to an ex EVER.

His mistake.

It may be "his mistake," but it certainly isn't his fault. A civilised, moral person doesn't take out all of their ex-boyfriend's teeth just because he left her for another girl. It's entirely her fault, and she should be punished with more than three years in jail.

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There are no guarantees that someone will remain loyal, in any relationship.

Misexpectation on her part.

Funny how some people think it's always a man's fault.

Plenty of crappy women out there.

No guarantees, but promises, trust and loyalty.

I don't know how it is possible to have a misexpectation. When you are in a relationship you always have expectations ranging from free love to not even looking at someone of the opposite gender who is not your partner. Ensuring that you are on the same level of expectation as your partner is part of being a relationship.

The "misexpectation" Could just as easily be on his part that he thought that he was free to pursue other women when he was not. Instead I don't think it was "misexpectation" rather it was that he was disloyal (as you said, there are no guarantees only trust)

There is nothing here or in what I have said that could mean that the woman could not have been at fault of causing a break up. There are plenty of woman that break the expectations of a relationship.

In this case, as I said, regardless of how the relationship ended, she has no right to pull out his teeth and she needs to be punished for her actions.

You make comment that you don't even believe in relationships so you have no idea what you're talking about, if you haven't even been involved in one, so better not to make silly comments about things you don't know about. Some people are in very happy relationships thank you very much, even if you don't like it.

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