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Viral TikTok reveals dentists can tell if you’ve been naughty



Viral TikTok reveals dentists can tell if you've been naughty

Well this sucks!

A jaw-dropping TikTok reveals that dentists are able to tell if you’ve recently performed oral sex.

“I get this question a lot,” dentist Huzefa Kapadia said in a now-viral video. 

“Yeah…we know.”

Blowing the minds of nearly 42.7 million TikTok watchers, Kapadia, a dentistry practitioner in Michigan, provided professional lip service about dentists and oral sex after fellow TikToker @CianMcBrien announced the fellatio fun fact in a separate post.  

“Just found out the dentist can find out [whether] someone has given [oral sex] or not,” McBrien captioned a video in early February. He’s seen covering his mouth in shock at the brain-busting claim. 

Kapadia made a follow-up video further explaining how dentists can easily determine the ins and outs of a patient’s oral sex health. 

“Palatal petechiae. This is what it’s called,” he said in a post that’s garnered over 2.5 million views. 

“If you like, let’s say, sucking on a lollipop. One or two here or there, not a big deal,” Kapadia said, swapping out genitalia for candy on a stick as a PG way to get his point across. 

“But let’s say you like to suck on multiple, multiple, multiple, multiple lollipops all the time … you got a problem,” he added. 

In the TikTok, Kapadia superimposes an image of a soft palate — which is located in the upper portion of the back of the mouth — infected with palatal petechiae. 

“As you can see [there is] bruising of the soft palate and irritation right there,” he says.

People who experience petechiae might notice some soreness in the back of their mouth, as well as some light red bruising from the busted blood vessels that happen during suction, according to experts.

Orthodontist Brad Podray lent his voice to the sloppy topic in a viral clip stamped to his own TikTok profile. 

“Sometimes we can tell,” he said of a patient’s oral practices in the video, which boasts a whopping 12.6 million plays to date. 

“It’s usually bruising on the soft palate called petechiae. But unless the patient’s really young or shows signs of abuse, we don’t care.”

Topping off his post, Podray referenced a BMJ Case Reports study entitled, “Fellatio-associated erythema of the soft palate: an incidental finding during a routine dental evaluation.” The 2018 study centers on a 47-year-old man who showed up at the dentist with a lesion on the soft palate of his mouth. 

“We found the lesion to be associated with the practice of fellatio,” the authors concluded before recommending doctors consider oral sex a “potential cause of palatal lesions.”

Experts found that palatal petechiae are fairly uncommon, and it clears up after about a day or so. 

But now that the cat’s out of the bag, mouth specialists all over social media are coming on TikTok to spit knowledge about the taboo truth. 

“Hey, I’m a registered dental hygienist. Let’s talk about this,” TikTok user @MandiMaeee said in a trending post. “So a friend of mine sent me this video and was like, ‘Oh, my God, is this true?’ Yes, it is.”

“To say that I’d be able to tell if you did it three years ago? No,” she continued. “But if you did it recently and you were a little bit aggressive about it … Some individuals might have, um, bruising to the palate, if you know what I’m saying. Soooo yes, we can tell.”

Verified TikToker Carter Gallo had his mother, a dental hygienist, reveal that she’s able to tell how her young female patients spend their weekends. 

“I used to get these high school girls that would come in Monday morning to get their teeth cleaned, and I’d ask them how their weekend was,” Gallo’s mom said off-camera. 

“And they’d go, ‘Oh, it was fine, I didn’t really do too much.’ And you’re looking in their mouth and you’re thinking, ‘Mhmm, you did a lot more than “not too much.” ‘ Yeah, those were the best.”

Hey, Mama knows best! 

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‘Arses’ on the line? Brits fear for Scrabble crackdown on ‘offensive’ words




‘Arses’ on the line? Brits fear for Scrabble crackdown on ‘offensive’ words

Toy giant Mattel plans to scrub the U.K. versions of Scrabble of hundreds of “offensive” words — leaving game-loving Brits clutching their “boobies” for fear of losing their “arses.”

Other prized words, such as “goolies,” “wrinklies,” “boffing,” “farting” and “fatso,” may also wind up on the wrong side of the official Scrabble lexicon, British aficionados of the little square tiles now worry.

“The woke brigade is ruining our game,” two-time British Scrabble champ Craig Beevers griped to The Scottish Sun.

“I feel this will be the final nail in the coffin for a lot of competitive players,” Beevers added.
Mattel, which owns the rights to Scrabble outside the U.S., isn’t tipping its rack of letters just yet — but The Sun claims the game maker’s in-progress list of forbidden words will run to 400, and reportedly be a worldwide push.

“In Scrabble — as in life — the words we choose matter,” a Mattel exec told the outlet.
Brett Smitheram, a rep for the Association of British Scrabble Players, told The Post Saturday that words are indeed “being compiled for deletion” by Mattel.

“It’s not the Scrabble associations doing it — more that Mattel has decided it has to be done and are compiling the list themselves,” said Smitheram, who is the 2016 World Scrabble Champion.

“Scrabble associations are left with the choice of accepting the new list or really ceasing to be able to use the name “Scrabble” at all.”

Mattel seems intent on removing words that might be seen as derogatory or rude, Smitheram said.

But some alleged offenders may well be salvaged.

“I don’t think that ‘farting’ or similar will be removed,” Smitheram said.

The list is still under discussion, he continued — but not by members of his association’s “Dictionary Committee,” which he said has resigned in protest from the effort.

“This decision isn’t being made by lexicographers,” Smitheram scoffed. “So it’s not likely to create a technically robust word list.”

The effort is reminiscent of a purge of “offensive” Scrabble words from the U.S. version of the game last year.

That time, The North American Scrabble Players Association eliminated 236 words, including racial slurs and other bigoted terms from the official Scrabble word list used at tournaments, a culling made with the support of Hasbro, which owns the rights to the game in North America.

Mattel reps did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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Al Capone’s niece recalls him fondly, says his $100M is stashed somewhere




Al Capone’s niece recalls him fondly, says his $100M is stashed somewhere

Al Capone’s 80-year-old great-niece says she believes the legend that $100 million of the Chicago mobster’s money may be stashed somewhere but said knowledge of the location died with him.

“If it’s anywhere it would be Chicago,” Deirdre Capone told the Sun. “I also believe they have a lot of dealings in Cuba. I believe a lot of money was in safety deposit boxes in Cuba. But I have to let that be now.”

She told the Sun from her home in Florida that she’s “probably the last person on this Earth” to have really known him. She spoke of a new movie about her beloved “Uncle Al” being released on Netflix this week.

British actor Tom Hardy, complete with prosthetics, stars in the biopic “Capone.”

Deirdre, who was 7 when Capone died following a stroke in January, 1947, says the gangster had a sweet side and liked to teach her how to make spaghetti.

Al Capone was her grandfather Ralph’s younger brother.

Ralph was nicknamed “Bottles” for his role in the Capone bootleg empire, the Chicago Outfit, which made its fortune during Prohibition. Deirdre said Ralph was in charge but Al was the front man.

“Al loved the limelight, loved to be out with a beautiful woman on his arm. My grandfather hated it,” she said.

She insisted her relatives had nothing to do with the 1929 St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, in which seven rival mobsters were killed giving Al Capone the title of “Public Enemy No 1.”

Capone wound up in Alcatraz and Deirdre says he loathed his stint in the island prison. “He couldn’t talk about it, it was so horrific,” she says.

Hardy portrays Capone in the period after his release from the prison — the last years of his life. The mobster died on January 25, 1947 at age 48.

According to the movie, Capone is beset with dementia, with the mental age of a 12-year-old.

Deirdre agrees that by the time he was released his mental state had deteriorated shockingly, but insists this was due to mercury injections she claims were given to him to treat syphilis.

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Fort Lauderdale party spot bans spring breakers




A college athlete is thrown in the air by a group of men on the beach to celebrate spring break, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S., March 5, 2021.

The coronavirus is causing one Florida hotspot to cancel spring break.

The Wharf in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, posted a notice on Instagram that through the end of the month, it will only serve out-of-state customers who are 23 years old and up.

And despite partying crowds on the beaches during the day Friday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported that The Wharf had a sparse, socially distanced crowd.

The Wharf was closed for months in 2020, and reopened for just two days in November when social media exploded over pictures and videos of packed, maskless crowds of young people. It was cited three times in one day for violating mask and social distance rules. The outdoor club, which spun off from its first location in Miami in 2019, reopened again in January with a variety of measures in place, like acrylic barriers on the bar.

Across Florida, elected officials and business owners are trying to dissuade spring breakers from crowding their beaches, streets and bars. Miami Beach has banned booze on the sand and set a curfew to limit its famed nightlife, while Fort Lauderdale is heavily enforcing social distancing and mask mandates.

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