i did not even know orange was a flavor

Blood orange Sake Mist available at Kabuki Cafe located in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion.

unamedwatcher  asked:

So this is kind of a weird question, but you're kind of a weird person so here we go. What do you think about modern toothpaste? I just learned that toothpaste contained soap until 1945. Was the new stuff a pleasant surprise, or did it feel weird and gritty? What do you think about the flavors? I was born in 1986 and I was still floored when they rolled out stuff like orange or cinnamon. (I recommend the cinnamon)

Yeah, what we didn’t know is that it also had lead in it from the tube packaging. Humans: we’re great at this hygiene stuff! 

I dunno, I suppose you get used to something as a kid and then it’s really what you want. When I went to a grocery store for the first time I didn’t even make it to toothpaste because of EVERYTHING ELSE – people now have an entire aisle just for potato chips and that made me a little crazy in ways I can’t quite describe. I’m still working my way through potato chip flavors. Toothpaste was going to have to wait. So I put up with this “mint” stuff that’s so smooth it feels like it doesn’t do any good until I could go to a grocery store without having to put my head between my knees and breathe. And I guess the rest of the flavors are fine but I don’t really feel I’ve brushed right if I taste oranges after. 

I’m more excited about TOOTHBRUSHES. TOOTH BRUSH TECHNOLOGY HAS ADVANCED. We’d only just got nylon brushes in 1938, and now you’ve got fancy toothbrushes with rotating bits and tongue scrubbers and some that are electric and some that are electric AND use water, which seems unwise but, well, humanity. 

Look at this toothbrush. It talks to your phone!

Toothbrushes are really where it’s at, my friend.