Flavored floss. What's the freakin' point? It's not like you keep any one piece of the floss in contact with your mouth long enough to even really get a taste. Not that you'd want to since that fakey flavor actually tastes more like chalk than a pleasant cool mint.
And maybe it's just me, but isn't floss supposed to slide neatly between your teeth? How does coating a thin string in extra material help it glide smoothly? Thin floss = good floss. Flavored floss = thicker floss = bad floss = Matt jabbing at his gums with a scissors, trying to cut out the threads stuck between his teeth.
What's so wrong with nice plain floss? Who flosses more because of the floss' flavor? Gee, I just can't wait to get into the bathroom and suck on that yummy floss! Give me a break. Who are they marketing this stuff to?
And it's not like using mint floss is helping your breath. Wake up with bad breath? Not enough time to brush? Quick, twirl some floss around your fingers and shove them in your mouth! All fixed! Flavored toothpaste makes sense. Flavored floss makes me want to string up Johnson & Johnson.
Here he is folks, the leader of the plaque