My teeth are a bit crooked on certain parts, but I don't exactly have any eating problems or anything so it isn't a big deal for me. The only thing I'm really proud of my teeth is that, I never actually had a cavity.
^_____^ Be yourself! Don't let that meanie-weenie get you down! You are unique and beautiful!!!
... On a serious note, you want me to wack him? I'm an expert at losing things -- so good my teacher believes if he gave me a dead body, I'd have it lost within the first fifteen minutes that it was in my possession...
At least smiling isn't known to give one crooked, uneven or jagged teeth. Besides, its not as if the problem (provided we're considering it a problem by now) isn't correctable with enough dental surgery, however expensive that may be. And after all, if the benefits of fixing the problem aren't worth the cost of having it corrected, then its a waste of time considering how it may be otherwise.
Actually, the weird thing is one 'popular' girl in my class (we don't have distinct groups or some hierarchy system, but she's got a lot of friends and is good-looking) had braces during 6th and 7th grade and didn't get bashed for it, more than some teasing from close people at most. To be honest she's prettier now during our last year then before, but it's still interesting how it didn't effect her popularity.
Reminds me of the opening of The Muppets, after the song the two old men in the booth would comment on the song. One would say "The songs kinda catchy," then the other said something like"So's small pox."
We were just learning about herpes in science today, so the last panel made me go, "As a matter of fact, yes, it is." xD Pardon my weirdness, and don't feel bad about your teeth; they can't be worse than mine.