Yesterday, I smoked marijuana and then brushed my teeth for two hours.
“Two minutes!” I told myself right before I had an epiphany. “Two minutes, three times a day is six minutes. If I brush my teeth for two hours, I will not have to do it again for another 20 days!”
It seemed like a brilliant idea at the time, and my electric toothbrush made it relatively easy to accomplish, or at least it did during the first hour. It turns out that electric toothbrushes do not have a particularly long battery life and were probably not intended for brushing marathons.
Regardless, my teeth have probably never been cleaner than they were yesterday.