A tip about teeth

In exactly 4 days I will officially become a fully local employee in my company. My salary will be in Japanese Yens, I will pay Japanese taxes, be under a Japanese pension plan (although I still retain an extra pension plan in France as a bonus) and be protected by a Japanese health insurance.

Although this will only start from Thursday 1st, I already began receiving the Health Insurance’s newsletter which has an English version for us foreigners. This is where I found this little gem:

A tip about teeth
We are now in the autumn.
You see, I would like something nice to eat.
Is everything fine in your mouth?
If plaque or tartar has formed on your teeth, let’s use this opportunity to remove them.

Remove what? Plaque or teeth? Poor grammar or barbaric oral surgery practices? I let you be the judge… Anyways, this does nothing for my fear of Japanese dentists…

4 thoughts on “A tip about teeth”

  1. tomorrow is my full day employee training where they’re supposed to explain me a ton of stuff about insurance, vacation requests, etc.
    it should be very entertaining and I’ll probably have some stuff to talk about here

  2. Je comprends rien, parles français comme tout le monde.

    J’ai du écrire ça sous la torture de ta mère ;;;;;



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