Posted September 07, 2018 09:04:31 The classic toothpaste is back, and you know what that means: It’s time to make the ultimate toothpaste.
This one will take you back to the days when elephants used to roam the plains and use the giant toothpaste bottles as litter.
This recipe has been perfected over the years by my mother, and her name is Jane.
You may have seen the toothpaste in the movie “The Elephant Man.”
The name of the toothpowder is a play on the words “elephant” and “soda.”
In the movie, the dentist explains that the dentist has been collecting the teeth of elephants, but has never had enough.
He has a big, hairy tooth with one of those little ivory toothpick-like shapes.
He says he will use them to wipe his teeth.
He then gets the toothpick and squeezes the tooth, making the tooth look big.
Then he rubs the tooth against the elephant’s face, creating a small white dot.
He dries the tooth and sticks it on a paper plate, then drops the tooth into a glass bottle.
He puts a cap on the tooth so it doesn’t fall off.
He uses a little bit of cream to coat the tooth.
The toothpaste can be used on any elephant or other mammal.
The recipe is simple: the elephant toothpaste contains 2 tablespoons of salt, 1 teaspoon of sugar, and a few drops of water.
You can also add the toothbrush and water to it to add flavor.
It tastes like toothpaste and is great for a toothbrush or water bottle.
Jane says that she made this toothpaste for her grandkids when she was a little girl.
“I thought they would be impressed with the size and strength of my toothbrush,” she said.
“And I didn’t know that their grandkids would use it as toothpaste.”
You can find more about Jane’s recipe on the Elephant Man DVD.