Originally posted by stellspalfieYou must be British. Your teeth rot and fall out at 30?
when man lived for 300+years did his teeth start to rot and fall out at 30? or were teeth originally suited for long life span? why do teeth still seem suited for a 30 year life span? why havent they resorted back to a longer life span in keeping with ours??
Originally posted by divegeesterIt did make for a nice little moment in "30 Rock" once when the character played by Tina Fey was stuck for conversation topics with some Brit guy she fancied and she came out with the 'British teeth' thing which baffled the Brit guy completely. An urbane global citizen like myself was able to find amusement in BOTH Fey's nervous American clumsiness and the guy's completely understandable British bafflement. The dual nature of this humorous juncture was perhaps lost on persons less urbane or less global than me.
You must be American and believe everything you see on tv about Britain.