Today’s prompt at the Daily Post is “Toothbrush“. When I checked for this prompt at about 9 a.m. this morning, there were no responses at all. None. And I thought, “how weird– no one can think of anything to say about toothbrushes?” Just because it is a poor, lowly toothbrush does not mean it is not worthy of note. There are a lot of things you can say about the toothbrush.
For example, you could write about the refreshing feeling you experience when the dentist hands you that new brush after your last dental exam, or how much work it is to brush your teeth when your toothbrush starts to wear down.
You could also write about all the different things you can do with a toothbrush besides brushing teeth. You can use the toothbrush to clean your finger nails, apply hair dye, dig the grout out of your kitchen tile, brush your eyebrows, and remove stains from clothing.
However, the coolest thing you can do with a toothbrush is create stars. Yeah, stars.
From the earth to the heavens, so is the life of a toothbrush.