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The Inspiration Behind
The Christian Way of Brushing Your Teeth

When Hezekiah last visited the dentist, pamphlets advertising the dentist's church of preference were placed around the office. When the hygienist lectured him angrily for not flossing regularly, Hezekiah inadvertently whispered "Dear God." The hygienist called Hezekiah a sinner. Hezekiah wondered if born-again Christians brushed their teeth differently from the rest of the world.

Francine asserts that her poem is not based on her sister Mittens, although Mittens still takes offense and claims her sister "going to be as bad as South Park one day."

Francine's Version -- Hezekiah's Version -- Inspiration
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