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why people judge other by their teeth ? do you feel insecure of your teeth look when you smile ? :p: any ideas
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why people judge other by their teeth ? do you feel insecure of your teeth look when you smile ? :p: any ideas

I think others judge people by their teeth just like you'd judge them on anything else. If they have dirty/yellow teeth it's a sign of poor hygiene which is generally a negative attribute. As far as crooked teeth & gaps, I think they add a lot of personality to a smile :yes:
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Because everyone is obsessed with America and their glow in the dark teeth.
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In the animal world, teeth are used to show dominance. That's why I had fangs installed.
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because usually the first thing you notice when your talking to someone is their smile. I think someones teeth and smile kind of relates to their personality..well ppl think that atleast (subconsiously)..when you see some1 with dirty teeth you think they are a tramp and...if you see someone with white teeth you think that they are a genuinly nice person because they will have a nice confident smile.
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Because everyone is obsessed with America and their glow in the dark teeth.
Ha, it's actually true - we all have glow in the dark teeth
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I dunno.... maybe because these days better teeth means they can afford venneers and teeth whitening etc. But personally, I think people with too perfect teeth seem a bit fake. That said, I'm not a huge fan of my own teeth; they're oddly shaped :o:.
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(Original post by catiecashman)
I think others judge people by their teeth just like you'd judge them on anything else. If they have dirty/yellow teeth it's a sign of poor hygiene which is generally a negative attribute. As far as crooked teeth & gaps, I think they add a lot of personality to a smile :yes:
:ditto:

In addition to that, I suppose the teeth can also indicate a certain degree of wealth, especially if said person is able to afford veneers, etc. However, I am happy with my own teeth being the way they are; although they could, admittedly, do with a little straightening up now.
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Everyone who I know with bad teeth, besides my mum surprisingly, has a personality to match. The people with really great teeth are also really nice. I don't judge them by their teeth, it just seems to be two things that follow the same pattern. I do hate bad teeth though.
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I love teeth :love:

Not the stereotypical American veneer teeth though :puke:
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Because everyone is obsessed with America and their glow in the dark teeth.
Those kinda teeth scare the **** out of me.
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because nowadays, everything is about being fake, your designer clothes being fake, your white teeth, your 3Liter GTI fake label on your car, your fake silky black hair etc
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everything is fake today !
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I think it's just because straight white teeth look good. I wanna get my teeth whitened.
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Teeth do tend to feature rather highly in the perception of how attractive someone is, but perhaps some pass a degree of judgement based upon teeth because of the active role one can take in keeping them in good condition. Orthodontic treatment certainly isn't readily available to everyone; following a low-sugar diet, brushing teeth regularly and abstaining from smoking, on the other hand, are.
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