I have a gap between my two front teeth. It’s not big enough to drive a truck through (unless it’s a very, very tiny truck), but I can whistle like a bird and shoot water in a fancy stream. Every time I go to the dentist, they ask: “Do you want to fix that?” No! It’s part of what makes me me. Gap-toothed women have been around since the beginning of tooth history. In The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer described the Wife of Bath legendarily: “Gat-toothed was she.” The fancy name for this dental space is Diastema. Supposedly, gap-toothed women are oversexed and well-traveled. True or false? Check out these awesome gap-toothed ladies!