Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist

Down Memory Lane

My sister pointed out that the dental practice my mother still uses is the one we went to as children. I'd forgotten that. We talked about a dentist called Dresner who had a moustache (unusual in the early sixties) and didn't believe in using any kind of anesthesia. "But he was in Croydon", I said. "No," she said, "He was here in Tonbridge." We batted this about for a while and eventually I conceded she was right. It's left me wondering how much else of my childhood I misremember.
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