Daily Joke: A Good Deal With the Dentist
Today's jokes are about situations from the dentist's office, including one man searching for a good deal, a dentist who went on a date, and an old lady who learned something new.
THE GOOD DEAL
One day a man went to a dentist's office and asked, "How much would it cost to extract a wisdom tooth?" The dentist said, "Well, it would cost $800." The man then said, "That is ridiculous. Isn't there a cheaper way?"
So the dentist said, "Well if you do not use an anesthetic, I can knock down the price to $700." The man then said, "No, that is still too expensive." The dentist thought about it for a moment.
"Okay, if I save on anesthetic and just pull out the tooth with a pair of pliers, I could get away with charging you $200." The man again said, "No, that is still too expensive."
The dentist said, "Well, if you let one of my students do the extraction, I will only charge $100." The man excitedly said, "Amazing, book my wife in for next Tuesday."
A son had to take his old and fragile father to his dentist appointment as his father needed help when leaving home. Due to COVID-19 protocols, every person who went into the building needed to have their temperature checked.
The son noticed that when the two women in front of them got checked, they both had a body temperature of exactly 92.3, which seemed cold to him.
So because his father has a doctoral degree, he asked him, "Hey dad, how cold is too cold for a body temperature?" The father then responded, "Room."
A DENTIST GOES ON A DATE
One day a dentist met a handsome man during a run in the park. The man asked for her number, so she gave it to him. Later that afternoon, he called her and asked her out to dinner, and she agreed.
A few days later, the daters go on their date to a fancy restaurant. They sat down at the table, took off their masks, and he gave her a big smile. However, she got up and said, "This is not going to work."
A NERVOUS PATIENT
One day a dentist noticed his patient, an older woman, was very nervous. So he decided to tell her a joke while he put his gloves on, in hopes that a little humor might help her to relax.
He said, "Do you know how these gloves are made?" She shook her head. "Well, there is a building in Canada that had a huge tank filled with liquid latex. Workers with different sized hands dip their hands into the tank."
He continued, "Then they wait for the latex to dry, peel them off, and put them in the box." The woman did not laugh. She did not even crack a smile. "Oh well, I tried," he thought.
He carried on with the procedure, and a few minutes later, the woman burst out laughing. The doctor asked his patient what was so funny, and she said, "I was envisioning how condoms are made."