Wiki-How Dental Tips

I pick on Wiki-How frequently. It's not really my fault.....they make an easy target of themselves. Sort of like when you poke fun at Wisconsinites for being hicks—When you say “Osh-Kosh-B'Gosh”, and wear those Cheese-Head hats, you've done it to yourselves, fellers.

OK, today's offering on was titled “How to Get Low Cost Dental Work”.

Here's the hot tips that no one on Earth could have figured out on their own (thank God for wikihow):

-Get Insured
-Look For a Free Clinic
-Look for a Dental College
-Go to Mexico

As usual, speechless, I am.


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