Sheila picks up Cosmopolitan Magazine from
the table in the dentist's reception room.
Editor Helen Gurley Brown recreated Cosmo as
her girlie answer of Playboy Magazine.
Helen brought sensuous women out in the world
before "Sex in the City" became a hit series.
The cover of the dentist office magazine
promises articles for naughty girls.
Sheila wonders if it offers anything new to
nice women so opens the glossy cover.
One page is full of usual games like dressing
in a nurse's uniform soaping each other in the shower.
The one she sees as strangely appropriate suggests
your man remove your underwear with his teeth.
She asks the dentist if her new front tooth will be
strong enough to pull down a zipper.
He looks surprised.
He must not glance at the magazines in the
waiting room where patients get an unexpected
lesson in oral hygiene
Shela leaves the office eager to try out her new front filling.
singing “Fillings” to the tune of the old love song “Feelings.”