I spent 10 years being unhappy with my teeth – now I love my veneers but trolls call me a horse

A WOMAN who spent a decade unhappy with her teeth proudly showed off her veneers online – only for trolls to cruelly compare her to a "horse."

Taking to TikTok, Michal Maccabee, who is from the UK, revealed her new set of gnashers and explained: “Was unhappy with my teeth for 10 years so ain’t no way I’m missing this trend.”


Despite excitedly revealing her new pearly whites, she was inundated with mean messages from trolls who compared her to a horse.

“Whose horse is that?” one cruel troll wrote.

Another jibed: "Can you neigh for us?" while a third added: "I put my money on you, you better win."

And Michal responded to the hateful comments in the best way possible.

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Replying to one person who asked her to neigh, she smiled and shook her head as the noise of a horse could be heard in the background.

However, many took to the comments section to defend Michal against the barrage of abuse she received for her new teeth.

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"Why are people so mean. You look beautiful babe, wish I had money for veneers,' wrote one.

A second reassured: "Don’t listen to the comments, just full of people with severe insecurities."

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A third enthused: "Leave the girl alone, she’s happy with how she looks and she’s gorg!"

Meanwhile, a fourth posted a crying face emoji and penned: "These comments. You’re beautiful!!!!!!!"

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