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I have all my wisdom teeth

And I will keep them all until the day I die as long as I keep them clean and healthy. I guess I disprove evolution. Hey, if having one's wisdom teeth removed supposedly proves evolution, then the opposite is just as true.

Jinxmchue, Conservapedia 94 Comments [11/24/2009 7:32:17 PM]
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I'm glad you are one of the lucky ones that doesn't have to have them removed, you're a throwback to a previous evolutionary state,this is also apparent in the fact that you think that that's a good argument against evolution and the fact that you hang out on conservapedia.

I still have my tonsils and appendix because neither has gotten infected, I actually don't know about the wisdom teeth, I've had so much surgery on my jaws that they may have pulled them at some point.

11/26/2009 11:03:48 AM


I don't merely totally lack wisdom teeth, I also lack the left second lower molar (m2). I think this means I disprove trinitarianism.

11/26/2009 12:11:16 PM


Nah, you're just less evolved than the rest of us, now get back to your cave you ass scratching Neanderthal.

11/27/2009 12:58:30 AM

Evil Left-Wing Feminist


11/27/2009 10:38:01 AM


I've still got all my wisdom teeth, although since they're very hard for me to reach when I floss or brush my teeth, I've got plans for getting them removed as soon as I can can afford to. I'd rather avoid getting gum disease. Actually *feels her jaw* it seems like one hasn't erupted at all. Dammit, it was bad enough when I had to get nine baby teeth that just wouldn't come out surgically removed.

So now that I've shared some dental history with you, what were you talking about again?

11/27/2009 7:25:40 PM


I've dealt with twit before on another message board. He's a complete idiot.

11/27/2009 8:07:01 PM


Gee, why didn't biologists think of that. Here they've been studying evolution for a century and a half, when all they had to do was find somebody who still has wisdom teeth and the whole theory would become nonsense! [/sarcasm]

11/28/2009 2:10:53 PM


I have wisdom teeth some where around here...

11/28/2009 6:37:55 PM


Someone clearly misunderstood the whole wisdom teeth and evolution argument... or just evolution entirely. Not a surprise.

11/29/2009 9:58:58 PM

Dr. Novakaine

Maybe I spoke too soon. This one is also a strong challenger for biggest strawman in history.

12/1/2009 2:44:27 PM


No, it just means you have a big mouth. Like most fundies.

12/1/2009 7:18:01 PM


the "proof he's talking about is that human's jaws have shrunk while retaining the same number of teeth, so there's no room for wisdom teeth.

However, this has more to do with environmental changes than evolutionary ones. People who grow up chewing lots of very tough food (as everyone did before we learned how to cook meat) have larger jaws with plenty of room for wisdom teeth.

No wonder Jinxmchue has all his wisdom teeths, then: a diet of KJV Bible pages has to require strong jaws...

12/1/2009 9:19:49 PM


I have all my wisdom teeth

uhh, okay... good for you? O.o

And I will keep them all until the day I die as long as I keep them clean and healthy.

...as opposed to having them removed anyway? i don't know of any people who have recreational dental work.

I guess I disprove evolution.

well, you certainly don't seem to be from an evolved state of intelligence, at least.

Hey, if having one's wisdom teeth removed supposedly proves evolution, then the opposite is just as true.

you fail logic forever!

2/11/2010 12:48:45 PM


The fact that we now have dentistry, that can remove irksome teeth, isn't that slowing down the evolution? If we hadn't been able to remove them, those of us who are born without wisdom teeth would have an advantage over the rest of us, who would have had to live with constant pain for years.

I had a tooth (a canine-neighbor) that was so comfy in the roof of my mouth that it refused to move down and push out the baby tooth. I had to have a brace for years, to draw it into place. Evidence against Intelligent Design.

2/12/2010 1:49:17 AM


except that more and more people are being born without wisdom teeth because more often than not, they are a health hazard.

6/8/2011 6:32:04 PM


Of course they don't fall. The point is that they're impractical and painful, and if they had been designed that way, the designer would be incompetent, ignorant or evil.

3/12/2012 2:51:03 AM

I had untreated pericoronitis 7 years ago. Jaw got stiff.
When will it kill me?

7/28/2016 3:54:34 AM

any dentists here?

7/28/2016 10:44:35 AM


And I still have my f-ing impacted wisdom teeth that I can't afford to have removed. (Ilove our Canadian medical system, but dental care isn't included.) Your point is?

7/28/2016 4:05:49 PM

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