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January 4th, 2003, 4:06pm
January 4th, 2003, 7:06pm
Thanks for that post. I'm sending it to my daughter who left a tooth that she lost last night and a note stating that she had not left the tooth she lost the week before (which she lost). She woke up with $6.00 under her pillow and told me that the tooth fairy had ripped her off. He left $5 for the tooth attached to the note under her pillow and only $1 for the tooth mentioned in the note she left the tooth fairy.
January 4th, 2003, 8:40pm
:laugh: I wish I had your daughter's tooth fairy. All I would get was 2 quarters. Once in awhile if the tooth fairy felt generous I would get a dollar. We probally could guess each others ages by the amount of money the tooth fairy left us.
January 11th, 2003, 3:26pm
awe my daughter just lost 2 of her teeth,,and more is loose,,,,i dont think she would appreciate a letter like that now! :laugh: ,,but dang it was funny !:laugh2:
January 11th, 2003, 7:23pm
Your Tooth Fairy is a guy???
"He left $5 for the tooth attached to the note under her pillow and only $1 for the tooth mentioned in the note she left the tooth fairy."
Mare "the things you find out as an adult" Rivera :smile4:
January 11th, 2003, 8:02pm
Funny, my tooth fairy used to leave disturbing notes under my pillow like "Nobody knows who your real father is" or "You're really a girl." I hated the tooth fairy.
January 17th, 2003, 10:54pm
I saw my nephew yesterday and he was so proud that he had received $3.00 for the tooth he left the previouse nite.
Although I am sure he still believes in the tooth fairy, he would completely understand receiving a letter like this as he has two older sisters that pick on him relentlessly! I wouldn't doubt that they have played some type of prank on him for every holiday.
The little guy needs a break... :(
As for when I was young... I used to get nickels and dimes and this was in the late 70's! That's what I get for having a mother that worked for a bank...lol!