Abbie Kritz had a funeral of sorts in the backseat of her parent's car for her "murdered wisdom teeth," as she sobbed, devastated by her freshly plucked molars.
"The only thing I remember is not being able to stop crying," Kritz, 19, of Coffeyville, Kan., told ABCNews.com. "I said so many times, 'I just want to be happy.' I just couldn't stop crying."
Kritz's boyfriend took the video of her March 18, which now has more than 85,000 views on YouTube, after she had just gotten out of dental surgery.
"I knew I wouldn't remember it so I wanted to film it. I wanted to see what I was like," she said. "I didn't think it was going to be this funny. It surprised me."
Kritz is in hysterics in the video, crying as she makes hilariously dramatic comments like, "They're dead. They were just trying to help me chew and I didn't accept them," and "They just wanted to be a part of my body, and I said, 'No! Get out!' I didn't mean it. You can come back if you want."
Kritz has managed to recover from the teeth trauma.
"I'm great. I was fine the next day," she said.
Kritz says she has received a lot of attention in the aftermath of having her wisdom teeth out, and admits that she still has the teeth saved at home.