There were so many teeth whitening products found in the dental aisle at the local grocery store, that Jonathan could not decide which one was best for him. All he wanted was to finally have white teeth, but after looking around he could not decide exactly how much should a bright smile cost. There was a diverse amount of teeth whitening products on both sides of him, and the shelves were absolutely packed with gels, toothpastes and creams that all touted themselves as the absolute best choice in tooth whiteners.
With all his worries about how much should a bright smile cost, Jonathan found himself picking up every tooth whitener around him and reading the product information to himself but out loud. “This tooth whitening gel eliminates stains and will guarantee the white teeth you have always dreamed of,” he told one teeth whitening product, as if the box of tooth whitener would somehow speak back. “And this product promises to guarantee teeth whitening also – or your money back.” Jonathan began to worry more; all he wanted was to whiten his smile before tomorrow’s big date with Sheila – they had met in this very grocery store last week.
Just as Jon felt he might drown in a sea of teeth whitening products, he reached out for one more white teeth remedy, and he placed his hand on someone else’s hand who was also reaching for the same product that promised a low bright smile cost. He looked up from his hand to those same piercing green eyes he’d met last week. “What are you doing here Sheila?” He asked her.
She told him she’d come to the tooth whitener aisle for the same reason he had; she wanted to have beautiful white teeth for when she met him tomorrow. So she came back to the store to get some teeth whitening products, but had seen Jon looking through all the products for the very same reason. “Well, I don’t know how much might a bright smile cost, but I might do know one thing.” Jon told her with his own bright smile. “I know that I’m glad we are both nervous about the same silly thing, and that makes me think that tomorrow will be the start of something absolutely wonderful.” And it was.
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