I can already assure you that this isn't nearly as entertaining as "David After Dentist", but I thought I'd share it with you anyway.

This morning, I went to the dentist. I found out a few months ago that I needed to get a crown, and today was the day that I went in to get my temporary crown put on. The process itself was fine (shout out to Dr. Kragt and the staff at Great Lakes Dental!), but it left half of my mouth and tongue numb for quite a while. That's a bit of a problem when you talk for a living. 

This video doesn't really even do the effects justice. I seemed to be fine while having normal conversation, but the second I hit the air, I was having troubles. Turns out it's hard to say "Channel 957) when you can't feel half of your tongue. Who knew?

At this point, it's been over three hours since the Novocaine was administered, and I'm happy to report I can feel my tongue again. The rest of my face? Not so much.