Teeth JewelryBy RodneyHatfieldJr for Creepy
Have you ever been clicking through random videos and click a few too deep and find yourself on the more macabre sections of YouTube? Well, this is what happened to me this past Thursday. It was storming again(I’m thinking of building a boat), TV was overwhelmingly a big letdown, and I was too lazy to get up and find the Firestick remote. I’ve foolishly tried teaching my Bulldog to fetch, but he just huffs, sits down, and farts. As a result, I started clicking videos on Youtube. Fast forward 45 minutes and videos about ghosts, aliens, reptile people, and ‘best of’ lists by millennials who apparently have not watched a movie made before 1999. Not to bash the young people, but who knew the millennial golden age of cinema was the first part of the 2000s. I’m kidding, that is what us cavepeople do. You will, in turn, make fun of the Covidnials/IGen/Zoomers/whatever the new buzzword for the next generation is in a few years. It’s the circle of life.
Anyway, almost an hour into my spiraling trip down the YouTube hole, I came across this nugget of the weird. DIY Human Teeth Morbid Jewelry, Wisdom Teeth Earrings. In what looks like a tutorial from the Ed Gein jewelry craft project. If you ever wanted to sport the bane of mouths around the world in earring form, here you go. For myself, I don't see the appeal for human teeth jewelry. Not like shark or wolf teeth, I guess cannibalism is an avenue. Oh well, it takes all kinds for the world to spin.
A little back story on this; she had stumbled across her Wisdom Teeth while doing some Spring cleaning. She apparently extracted or had them removed 10 years ago. She kept them to create a future project. So rediscovering them, she decided to make these teeth into some morbid jewelry. So if you possess a few teeth laying around and need some much-needed bone bling. Click the video and make some jewelry that any Vampire would be proud of. And if that isn't what you're looking for, then there are other DIY videos just waiting for you.
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