"Shika shika shika" is excellent onomatopoeia for the toothbrushing action.
I agree "shika shika shika" is absolutely perfect.
i believe it was used in a children's tv show, "bear in the big blue house". i loved that show when i was little.
Unfortunately for Scott, the photos used to draw this particular strip from are very NSFW.
Scott, you are are incredibly articulate while brushing your teeth, I am suitably impressed
I'm surprised no one mentioned the onomatopoeia for not brushing.
"We make holes in teeth, we make holes in teeth!"
@konamicode13 OK, as dumb as that was, it made me chuckle quite a bit. Maybe because of the profound levels of dumbness. Or the shock level of the second sentence caused by the first sentence not issuing a warning on the stupidity of the second sentence.
Problem or problems? My only problem or problems have to do with you interrupting my stomping!
... crazy Utahraptor
I had a gf who marveled at my ability to walk around the house brushing my teeth without making a mess. I hadn't really thought about it before then. Do most people drool uncontrollably when they brush their teeth?
I've been reading my way through the archives for a while now, but I just had to stop for a second and tell you that I also talk while brushing my teeth. And I always get told not to. Now I have to use, "What are the odds of that happening?"
Also, panel four made me laugh.