Newbie - A Chewer for Almost 10 Years

Share your ice chewing stories.

Newbie - A Chewer for Almost 10 Years

Postby Minerva » Fri Jan 12, 2007 8:07 pm

Hey all,

I randomly found this forum and I think it's comforting, in a way, to see so many people who eat ice as much as I do. I started when I was 14, just crunching on huge cubes straight from the tray. People commented on my strong teeth & jaws. :P From there I downsized to more manageable-sized cubes, and softer ones, too (like crushed ice). I found ice would/can be a good replacement for crunchy food like chips and pretzels, and I tend to resort to a tall glass of ice after a big meal. My teeth have taken a battering from it (I don't tell my dentist I chomp cubes) but I plan on getting crowns on a few fillings that have chipped away...and then abstaining from ice. It's my only bad habit (don't smoke, don't do drugs, etc)'s hard to quit!

Anyway, that's my story and I thought I'd say hello!

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Postby candicemaria » Mon Jan 22, 2007 1:11 am

Buy an iceshaver, it tastes the same (actually a lot better) and it is much better for your teeth than you never have to stop eating ice!!!
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