When toothpaste first became public…

When toothpaste first became public, not too many people knew about it. So when somebody was caught brushing their teeth, people panicked, assuming that person had rabies, therefore immediately rushing them to the institution.
 
To prevent cavities and also being taken to the institution, tooth brushers donned a toothpaste box on their head. Soon after, men especially became more trustful and very attracted to women who wore toothpaste boxes on their head.
 
This is how the well known phrase: “Hey, toothpaste head” became a compliment, and led to the “Toothpaste head” baby boomers.
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