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How good is music therapy when you are having a tooth ache? Funny answers please....

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Asked by Satish Kamath, 11 Nov '09 01:51 am
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Take an analgesic tablet for tootache with the melodious music playing near you.Within a short time your pain will stop.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 11 Nov '09 10:04 pm

 
  
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Man who needs no introduction to my Tamil friends wherever they are. A man, even at the ripe old age of 72, can still write in a style and manner that endears him to a teenager. The generation of the 60s and 70s grew up reading his works. My generation the 80s grew up loving his writing. This current generation is growing up enamored with his brilliance. I cant think of another author who can endear himself to more than three generation of fans and continue to be as prolific and as dazzling!

Who can forget his series, Srirangathu Devathaigal an astounding account of his school days in small town Srirangam in the 50s where he grew up. Every story in it, every word in it brought to the reader their memories of childhood, about the glory days gone by. I am unashamed, the hell, even proud to say that I would have read that book a thousand times. And I would continue to read it every time I wish to go back to my teens!

Sujatha was also instrumental in developing the Electronic Vo ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 04 Jan '12 05:55 pm

 
  
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Normally dentists don want peopke to b open mouthd to mak4 noise hich drive away the other oatients and no matter it is music the drs feel that will drive away the ithr patients
Answered by Dinesh C S, 13 Nov '09 08:16 pm

 
  
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Half the pain is psychological....; in this case, if u concentrate on the music, the other half also may disappear.............:)))))))
Answered by minati vishwakarma, 11 Nov '09 10:36 pm

 
  
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It is the perfect time to notice 2 genre of music, vocal & instrumental, though performance is solo the pain is an orchestra (trubled with family of ear, headache..)
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the timing too they cripple almost in night time hence it will become free & live musical nite only problem is audience & spectators should not demand for once more.. else will be a victom for
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Just like musicians use flour.. to tune, they too try to do with vicks, Lavang.. trying to play with both the hands in different position with oh.. ah.. auch.. like MJ ...more
Answered by mukund, 11 Nov '09 02:38 pm

 
  
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Ye should listen
mujko thand lag rahi hai mujshe door too na ja.so aapke daant thand se katkatayenge aur shayad theek bhi ho jayen
Answered by krish, 11 Nov '09 09:53 am

 
  
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Daant dukhta hai tab duniya ki koi cheez achhi nahi lagti hai yaha tak ki khud ke bole hue shabd bhi to music ki kaha aukat
Answered by kamal purohit, 11 Nov '09 03:08 am

 
  
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It irks to the extent of shifting focus from toothache to that musical sound..a moment of relief from the said process..the resulting irritation would sure dilute the pain..
Answered by bobo, 11 Nov '09 01:58 am

 
  
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