not as bad as you thought that would be right?
edit - feel better, mayne.
I have my front one chipped but it's very small and most people don't notice - my girlfriend noticed after a year and a half just the other day.
BUT.. my friend told me a few years back..
"Dude your tooth is chipped"
"Yeah it's been that way since I was a kid."
"Oh.. I never noticed. Wow."
"Yeah. Oh well."
After going out for a quick work meeting, I went to the bathroom and looked in the mirror - I had 're-chipped' a damn good portion off somehow, maybe on a spoon or something. That's what my friend was pointing out. Went through an entire work meeting with customers looking like a hillbilly.
I am pissed because I am studying for the bar exam, I've got roughly a week to go, and I don't know if I'm there yet.
I've been working fulltime for most of this period, though have been coasting this week and last. Some seriously frustrating shit has occurred, too. I've more or less moved in with my gf to a new place (she's closer to where the bar prep classes are, I'll move for real after the bar), had a cancer scare with an immediate family member, my father's had some cardiac issues and has been in the hospital twice, and my GF got mugged near our school the other day. Like L'Incandescent, I also broke a tooth (one of my molars is missing a quadrant now), but fortunately it does not hurt (yet), because I've no time to fix it. If I don't pass the bar, there will be hell to pay at work, too. And I am scared that I won't. Trying to decide to switch to a 10-6am sleep schedule because I SUCK in the mornings, or if accumulating a week of that will just put me in worse shape.
Not to be a downer, but this is like a truly essential skill these days. Good luck!