Scraping Vs. Brushing your tongue

Many people resort to brushing their tongues with their toothbrush. This is definitely better than doing nothing at all, but it's not nearly as effective or convenient as scraping your tongue with a tongue scraper. Here's why:


1) Gag Reflex
Unlike most porn stars, I have an awful gag reflex. I hate when too much stuff is in my mouth and I don't like sticking things too far back either. With a tongue scraper you can control how deep it goes because you are bending it back into your mouth. With a toothbrush it just looks and probably feels like you're sucking a cock - which is totally fine, but not at 7am on a Monday...






2) Spreading the Bacteria
When you brush your tongue you're basically just spreading the bacteria around your tongue. Some of it is raised up and is able to wash out when you rinse your mouth, but the majority of it just stays in the tongue.






3)
Physics
Your teeth are hard so they need a soft surface like the bristles on your toothbrush to clean them. Your tongue is soft and needs something hard like a plastic tongue scraper to move it's way down the tongue and pick up any bacteria that is chilling there.






Also, don't use the thing on the back of some tooth brushes. That literally does nothing and should not be the correlation to tongue scraping that you have in your mind. You can get a free tongue scraper at www.dollarfreshsquad.com





5 Things You Need In Your Wedding Welcome Bags



People are spending a lot of money on gifts and travel in order to come celebrate your special day, so you owe them a little in return. Give the gift of an awesome and unique welcome bag when they get to their hotel room. Below we list some of the basics and unique things that every Wedding Welcome Bag should have:


1. WATER
Let's start with the essentials. Bottled water in hotel rooms are expensive AF. Your guests need to stay hydrated in order to survive the festivities.



2. SOMETHING SWEET
If your guests don't like sweets then they shouldn't be invited to the wedding. Gotta hook them up with your favorite candies in order to get them sugared up for the party.



3. TONGUE SCRAPER
Not common, but essential for their health and hygiene. After all that drinking and eating your guests need to scrape the bacteria off their tongues. Hopefully it leads to them getting a little lucky. Check out www.ScrapeYourTongue.com for more details.






4. MEDICINE
Let's be real, you're trying to make your wedding a memorable one. Nothing memorable ever happens without a little bit of pain in the morning. Hook your guests up with some Advil and maybe a first aid kit in case things get real messy.



5. DOPE TOTE
Make sure the bag you put everything in is really cool so that your guests can reuse it in the future and always remember the amazing time they had at your wedding.


5 Steps To Curing Your Hangover


1) Take an Advil - At the very least it can be a placebo and at the very best it can actually help cure the pain of your hangover. Keep one of these by your bed or in your back pocket (in case of away games).


2) Scrape your Tongue - You probably drank a mixture of different alcohol and sweet chasers that left a ton of residue on your tongue. You also undoubtable ate some late night food that has planted itself on your tongue. Gotta get rid of all that evil but scraping your tongue with a tongue scraper.


3) Drink a bottle of water - Hydration is key. You want to drink so you can pee all of those toxins out of your body. Drink a bottle of water and don't hold in that pee because you're too lazy to make it to the bathroom.


4) Take a poop - Another form of cleansing your system of the naughty things you may have put into your body. Take a seat and scroll though Instagram for a little. Take some time to think about the decisions you made last night and how you'll improve in the future.


5) Take a shower - shine your shoes, you got no time to lose. No, but seriously take a nice hot shower and you should be back to about 93% if you follow these steps in this order.