Nick’s New Job – Illustrated By Irena Brodeski

Nick has a new job filling toothpaste tubes. I spent many years developing oral products (such as Dentyl active mouthwash) and perhaps this served as the inspiration for the story. Thank you Irena Brodeski for the lovely illustrations.

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Nick’s New Job – Illustrated By Irena Brodeski

by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג

Artwork: Irena Brodeski








Copyright © 2013

Nick was in a very good mood when he arrived home one sunny afternoon. He had lots of teeth and his smile was so wide that you could see them all.

 
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“I got the job at the The Holy Molar Toothpaste Company,” he told his wife. “I am going to be in charge of filling all the toothpaste tubes.” 

 
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That night, Nick was so excited that he could not sleep at all. He pictured himself wearing his brand new lab coat. He would get just the right amount of paste into each and every tube.

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But how was he ever going to get the toothpaste into such a little hole? He went to the bathroom and squeezed the paste out of one tube. He then tried to push it back in. No matter how hard he tried, the toothpaste stayed outside.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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He tried a spoon. He tried a straw. He tried blowing. He tried pushing and pulling. But no matter how hard he tried, the toothpaste stayed outside. “I must practice first with bigger holes,” he decided. He went to the store and bought ten more tubes.

 

 

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At home, he practiced on a shoe. It was easy!!! He ran out of toothpaste. No problem. Back to the store. He bought a hundred tubes of toothpaste and filled all the shoes in the house.

 

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He bought more and more tubes of toothpaste and filled the sinks, the chimney, and all the cups in the house. Wherever there was a hole, Nick filled it.

 

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On Monday Nick appeared at work early. “Can I start right now?”,  he asked. “I am ready. I have been practicing all weekend.”

 

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“Oh, no” said the boss. Please come back in a month or so.” Nick’s smile disappeared. “Why?” he asked. 

“Someone bought thousands of toothpaste tubes yesterday. We have none left!!!”

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Nick finally found another job. It had nothing to do with toothpaste. 

Nothing. Absolutely nothing. 

 

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