I'm supposed to drink a lot, eat soft food, and not brush teeth for 24 hours. (And not smoke, etc., but I don't smoke anyway.)
I'm eating yogurt now -- the second meal I've had today, the first being cereal in the morning before the appointment. I drank tea a bit earlier, and wasn't that hungry, which is good: I don't know how I would eat. The anaesthesia for the wisdom tooth still hasn't fully worn off. Left side of my tongue and lower lip are still numb and feel nothing, while the other side is okay. So I can taste the yogurt and feel its temperature with right side, but not on the left side (where I feel just the fact it's liquid and its consistency). That is I think that the tongue and lip can't feel those things, but just from comparison it appears to my mind that the liquid on the left side is tart and warm, rather than sweet and cool. It's a funny feeling, that my yogurt is both tart and sweet, and both warm and cool.
Of course, I couldn't study. I read the philosophy assignments - they seemed easy, about God. But I have the second test in Cost Accounting on Monday, and I need to study for it.