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So you want to be a NASCAR driver. Well you know what you have to do then, right? You have to have your wisdom teeth removed.
It worked for 14-year-old Annie, USA Today reports.
A hilarious video (shown below) taken by the teen’s mom and posted to YouTube shows the girl wafting around a parking lot on a cloud of Novocaine, her cheeks stuffed with dental cotton, thinking she’s a NASCAR driver with “tattoos” on her hands. The missing teeth? She thinks they got lost in the “car accident,” but it was totally worth it.
“I just won the World Series of being the fastest NASCAR driver,” she slurs.
When her mom tries to explain that she just had her wisdom teeth out and she’s not a NASCAR driver, Annie breaks down and starts to cry. It all works out in the end though, because her mom swiftly changes tack and suggests they go for ice cream or a milkshake.
“And a new NASCAR,” Annie whimpers.
“And a new NASCAR,” Mom agrees.
Watch Annie “win the World Series of being the fastest NASCAR driver” here, below.