Now boys and girls, this is why we wet the toothbrush before applying the toothpaste...
@Waddles McDucky, No!
@Pun defender, wetting the toothbrush after you apply toothpaste is almost as bad as putting cereal in a bowl of milk
@Waddles McDucky, Or you just go in dry.
@Waddles McDucky, I do before and after.
@Pun defender, good sir I couldn't put it any simpler
@Waddles McDucky, or you know, not turning the water on high like a dumb ass
@Waddles McDucky, No... It is nowhere near as bad as that.
@Pun defender, everyone knows that you are to wet the toothbrush first
@Waddles McDucky, nah, I say it’s worse
Wet the toothbrush before (to soften the bristles) and after (cuz it should be done, so sod off) you apply the toothpaste. Love you all!
@Shane from Walmart, love that reasoning
@LostKatt, I don't want to.
@CynicalSir, you willlll
I just don't wet the toothbrush at all. What are y'all brushing with, cement? Your mouth is wet, it'll spread fine.
@Baynality, I've never had issues either. Plus it not as effective when the bristles are softened
Only uncultured swine do this.
In my experience, toothpaste sticks to a dry toothbrush better than to a wet one. So you put it on, and then wet it.
Da struggle is real, tho.
That's why you wet it first you idiots
Am I the only one here with a small cup of water to rinse my mouth out, that can also be used to dip the dry toothpasted toothbrush in?
I put the toothpaste on and then turn my water on full blast for a second and hope it just gets smashed down in the bristles. Works about 75% of the time, if it fails, I repeat. Only once have I had to re-apply the toothpaste twice.