'Is this my tongue?' Demi-Leigh Tebow posts hilarious video after having wisdom teeth removed

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  • Former Miss south Africa Demi-Leigh Tebow posted a funny video on Instagram after having her wisdom teeth removed.
  • Still loopy from the anesthesia, Demi-Leigh giggles uncontrollably.
  • After a good laugh, Demi-Leigh (tries to!) blow her husband a kiss, before the couple head home to see their puppies.

Former Miss South African and Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Tebow shared a video on Instagram taken moments after having her wisdom teeth extracted - and it's hilarious.  

"Post-wisdom teeth surgery giggles," she captioned the video, recorded in the car after leaving the medical facility, by her husband, Tim Tebow.

Since wisdom teeth removal can be very painful, often patients are put under anesthesia to help manage the pain, and that's what makes people feel a little out of it. Luckily the unpleasant side effects like sleepiness and dry mouth go away after a few hours after surgery. 

According to a previous post, the former pageant beauty had her wisdom teeth removed a week ago.

Still a little loopy from the anesthesia Demi-Leigh points to her lips and asks Tim: "What is this?," confused, she points to her chin and asks again: "What is this?"  

Tim reassures Demi-Leigh that each facial feature is in its place and asks: "You can't feel it?" before they both erupt into laughter. 

With her head still wrapped and cotton in her mouth, Demi-Leigh bites on her tongue, and asks Tim: "Is this my tongue?" To which he replies: "Yes, don't bite it off!"

After a good laugh, Demi-Leigh (tries to!) blow her husband a kiss, before the couple head home to see their puppies.


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