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Polish dentist defangs ex-boyfriend

Written by The Sarcasmist on May 1, 2012 - Comments (13)

TeethIn the latest story supporting the claim that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, a dentist has admitted to extracting all of her ex-boyfriend’s teeth.

A Polish man (not their smartest specimen), after dumping his girlfriend for another woman, found himself in need of dental care, and made an appointment with his ex, Anna Machowiak, for the necessary surgery. The surgery didn’t go exactly as planned, since he left the chair without any teeth.

“I tried to be professional and detach myself from my emotions,” said Anna Machowiak, 34, according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail. “But when I saw him lying there, I just thought, ‘What a bastard.’”

The ex-boyfriend, Marek Olszweski, was given a huge amount of anesthetic followed by a the extraction of all his teeth. Even worse, Olszweski’s new girlfriend dumped him once she found out he was now toothless. I guess she never heard of the saying that you don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, as the guy is a clearly a gift to women.

Olszweski should count his blessings that his ex-girlfriend wasn’t a urologist.


  1. get an editor! you have the names all screwed up, and can’t tell who is who

    • Better? You really don’t need to get that upset about this type of stuff. There are more important things on the Internet that need fixing, like spelling and punctuation errors.

  2. Oh dear God, please let this be real. If so- Off to dental college for me!

  3. Bloody hell, I have the dentist next week, eeek! ha!

  4. Taking a shot at Polish men? are you serious? A Polish man (not their smartest specimen), I wish you’d say that to my face

    • I think he’s saying that, of all Polish people, this particular one was not the smartest. It doesn’t say anything about the intelligence of other Polish people. Not that your post is doing much to help that particular cause either. My family is Polish on my father’s side, just so you know. ^^

    • oh geeze. god forbid. of course you have to turn an innocent joke into a racist thing. everyone jokes about every race. lemme ask you ‘real polak’. have you ever in your whole life EVER made a joke about an elderly person, a retarded person, a black person, an asian person? and how do you know that sarcasm society wasn’t poking fun…not at the polish part…but the man part. maybe it was meant that ‘men’ are not smart specimens. maybe the writer meant that this was not a smart human in general and it had nothing to do with polish people or men at all. take a chill pill. if you don’t like sarcasm, you have no business reading sarcastic jokes. and if i was as uptight as you are, i would stay away from stand up comedy…or any type of comedy of all.

    • Have a look at the so called sarcasmist’s back catalogue and then say the author isn’t racist. As for the sarcasm, it needs underlining and explaining because I’m finding a great big hole where it’s supposed to be.

  5. Barrie Dentist

    Great ways to minimise the occasions when a visit to the dentist involves anything more than a simple inspection and polish.


  6. I would think publishing the article correctly would be what a good journalist would do. Fact checking and spell checking go hand in hand.

    U might as wll typ lik dis 2 Hurr hurr

    Just saying.

  7. Franz Liszt

    With the exception of Kasia, you’re all morons.

  8. This has been exposed as a hoax–


    sorry folks!! It’s probably Washington’s fault somehow.

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