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People Describe The Pain That Hurts So Good
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So I have this cracked tooth that I haven't been able to afford to fix yet since ... ya know... American healthcare and all.

Anyway, since I've had it so long, me and "Mt. Crackatootha"—yup, I named it and yup, it's an awful pun—have been hanging out for so long, I've developed this weird habit of pushing at it with my tongue or sucking at it 'til it hurts juuuuuust a little.

I normally wouldn't ever have confessed that to y'all, but this Reddit thread has me convinced I'm not the only one who kinda likes it when something hurts so good.

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