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Originally posted by afri_simba at 2006-8-18 14:22
I was told that if one frequently bites his/her tongue or cheeks, it might be the symptom of cerebral palsy. However, I bit my tongue often during my childhood and in my 20's.
So, I don't care ...
Oh no! Well, I dont' think I bite it THAT frequently, but again, how frequent is "frequently"? Maybe I'll grow out of it, like you did, haha... you're a big boy now; I'm still a kid. And there's one good reason you have a slow brain, Simba, you said it!
Maybe my mouth is faster than my brain. Haha... like if I say something without thinking first, that could get me in trouble. My typing is a mess, my hands are faster than my brain, I think. I correct my typing all the time. Oh no... maybe I'm just getting old! My brain can't keep up with the rest of me!
Kelix - I think biting your lips or inside of your cheek can count, maybe I'll edit it to include that.
hit-man - good luck finding a female tongue, but don't bite too hard or she may not let you in her mouth again.