One day, Twitter user Eunice's father decided to take out his dentures to take a nap.

When he woke up, however, he found something that would be too funny to believe without pictures: Maggie, the family dog, had found the dentures and was now sporting a big, white, toothy grin!


Eunice then shared the photos on Twitter.

She posted:

"You guyssss!"
"A few months ago my dog, Maggie, stole my dads dentures while he was napping (his gums had been hurting him so he took them out mid-afternoon) and he found her like this."
"Lmfaooo im deadddd rn remembering this"


Maggie the toothy dog quickly became a hero.



It's rare to see a dog with such a wide smile, but not completely unheard of as Twitter user "anna misses harry" shared a similar situation with her own pooch.


Maggie stole both teeth and hearts that day.



It's also worth noting, however, that the whole "dog with human teeth" look is a bit disturbing.


While regular Twitter users found the entire situation hilarious, dental Twitter was making its own jokes.

Sorry you didn't get to keep the dentures, Maggie, but we think you look better without them!




H/T - Daily Mail, LADBible

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