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How a Crouton Changed Thomas
Updated: 2/21/2019
How a Crouton Changed Thomas
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By: Kendra Anifer

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  • Ahh, my tooth, I think I broke it! We need to see the dentist!
  • Ok, lets get you to Dr. Parker
  • Listen, Thomas, you might have to get that tooth pulled, it's obviously a lost cause to try to fix it
  • Oh boy..
  • We all know that your tooth is going to have to be pulled that way it's looking. 
  • Ahh it really hurts
  • That is not true sir, you are using self-evident fallacy to scare my patient, I can fix Thomas' tooth.
  • Thomas meets up with his friend Paul meet up for lunch, when Thomas broke his tooth, eating a hard crouton.
  • Well I think Crest is good, did you know that 9 out of 10 dentists prefer Crest 3D White? 
  • What toothpaste do you recommend?
  • Again, I disagree, ma'am you have used false facts and figures fallacy to try convince Thomas to buy an expensive toothpaste.
  • Paul takes Thomas to the dentist and scared Thomas with over-exaggerated facts.
  • This should hopefully help me recover.
  • The dentist arrives and fixes Thomas' tooth, and he addresses Paul's 'facts'.
  • You should be more careful around croutons . Let's watch a movie!
  • Ok, haha, we're watching Lord of the Rings!
  • Thomas and Paul go to the secretary's desk and asks her about what toothpaste she would recommend. Then the dentist intervenes and gives his opinion, to buy Sensodyne to help his gums.
  • Paul and Thomas go to the store to buy the toothpaste and decide to go to Thomas' house.
  • Paul tells Thomas that he should be more careful around croutons. Paul says, "Let's watch a movie!", the end.
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