Low budget party advice
Don't have lots of cash? Just feed your guests frozen toothpaste, dammit!
Low budget party advice
This page is archived. New comments can't be added. Please go to the main page to add comments and see latest funny pictures.
Annie (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
I dunno... Sometimes I get greedy and eat whole tube.
WOah (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
Such bad gas
moichido (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
ummm this would poison your guests!
Bad Idea (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
Some toothpaste can actually be toxic when swallowed. Beware.
Doctor_Death (7 Dec, 2012)
That's true.
Front Lawn (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
...and they'll leave their dinner on me.
Gemma Stead (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
I never said it wouldn't kill them.
Sandie (9 Dec, 2012)
You're funny
Me (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
If you're hosting a dinner party and can't afford after-dinner mints, so you have to make them out of toothpaste, then I dare not wonder what you'll be serving as the main course.
WTF (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
Seriously. No.
Possum (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
We stuff our roadkill with raisins, at least I think they're raisins.
Me (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
Isn't this recycled from an old gag (Seinfeld?) about dried toothpaste as cheap mints?
WTF. (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
I leave in Ashton under Lyne !!!
Possum (8 Dec, 2012)
If I lived there, I'd be leaving too...
rAnDoM cOmMeNtEr (7 Dec, 2012) Reply
I'm thinking that by the time you get done slicing the frozen toothpaste into wafer thin pieces it won't be frozen anymore.
Sad truth... (8 Dec, 2012) Reply
now all I need are friends...
Can't fool me (8 Dec, 2012) Reply
Confused (8 Dec, 2012) Reply
Pass the toilet brush with them to the person with the big mouth.
Pepsodent (8 Dec, 2012) Reply
Did it ever occur to Gemma that perhaps a tube of toothpaste costs MORE than a cheap bag of mints?
ashtelle (8 Dec, 2012) Reply
oh god. I used to live there.
X-Man (8 Dec, 2012)
... and ate toothpaste?
ML (8 Dec, 2012) Reply
David Letterman used this in his stand up routine 30 years ago.
Brits R ...interesting (9 Dec, 2012) Reply
Sounds like something Mr. Bean served at his New Year's Eve party.
"Here's your pahty hat".
Nerdygirl (10 Dec, 2012) Reply
... I was going to give them some plastic little tikes food but ok
American (10 Dec, 2012) Reply
Wait, where are all the "Typical dumb euro" comments? Or does that rule only apply when youre an American pretending to hate America?
me (10 Dec, 2012) Reply
And the warning on the tube that says "do not ingest..." this must have come from a blonde-only subscription magazine.
Amanda Hugenkiss (11 Dec, 2012) Reply
You'll have to eat the entire tube to get stupid sick. They're talking cutting these as thin as possible, you'll swallow more toothpaste brushing your teeth than eating a breath strip sized toothpaste mint.
Brit (11 Dec, 2012) Reply
I call BS, Brits don't have toothpaste.
Gravdigr (1 Jan, 2013) Reply
I'd vomit.
BK (13 Dec, 2013) Reply
Tube of Toothpaste: $5.30
Sack of 100 After Dinner Mints: $2.25
Not being an idiot and serving toothpaste to your guests: Priceless.
You scrolled all the way down here? Good job! Proceed to Next >> picture?