Dear reader, there is a little known, but in my world proven, positive correlation between eating a sandwich lunch with our CEO and the prior day having dental work. Luckily I'm not invited to lunch frequently otherwise I'd be in a permanent state of mouth discomfort, which may be their aim when I think on it. It has the affect of shutting me up I must admit. How did I discover this correlation? Through much painful and expensive experimentation.
A couple of years ago I had a tooth out. The next day our CEO invited me and 7 others to a sandwich lunch in his office. This was all fine except I left my crusts. I endeavoured to explain that I wasn't a fussy eater. Two years later and I have an invitation for a sandwich lunch with our CEO today. Yesterday, I had braces fitted and now can't chew properly. I can imagine a chorus of 'don't believe her, she said that last time, ' when I tell our new CEO I'm not a fussy eater.
Oh the lunch is cancelled! To be rearranged. Urgh, I feel a root canal coming along.