Some kids never really believe in the tooth fairy. They might go through the motions of putting their teeth under their pillow, but they never put any emotion into the letters they write to accompany the lost tooth. However, there are also children who are heartfelt believers and even feel comfortable making demands or trying to trick her. Luckily for us, parents of these little rascals are happy to share the notes they write to the Tooth Fairy. Here is a small collection of some of the best ones from around the internet.
Letters to the Tooth Fairy
This first one sounds like it was written by a future mob boss. He is totally at ease talking to the tooth fairy and demanding a ‘fiver’. The only way he could have improved on his letter is if he had changed ‘fiver’ to ‘fivah’ so that it would rhyme with the ‘ya!’ he threw in there. I hope his parents gave him that ‘fiver’ after such an awesome note.
This one is the most recent exploit to go viral on the internet. This little trickster decided to leave two white Tic-Tacs instead of his teeth. It is pretty easy to see through most of these tricks, but this one is surprisingly good. If the room is dark and the T.F. is trying not to wake anyone up, two white Tic-Tacs might be just close enough to teeth for this little prank to work.
For this next one we have either a future DIY star in the making or a little Hannibal Lecter. There is something just a little bit creepy about wearing your own teeth as jewelry, but maybe this little trend setter will start the next fad.
This one is short and sweet. The real question is what does the Tooth Fairy do? Does she pay him for the tooth that he ate? Or does she leave a very polite reply that unfortunately since he swallowed his tooth she can’t leave him any money. I guess a third option is she could wait a few days and see if the tooth can be recovered, but something tells me that is the worst option.
Letters from the Tooth Fairy
This one is an actual note from the Tooth Fairy herself, who knew she could use a computer. Something tells me that many parents might want to use this one because almost every child’s room could be a little neater.
If you are feeling overly artistic and want to spend an hour or two making a tiny letter to leave when the Tooth Fairy takes a tooth, here is a good template. The envelope is an especially nice touch, with the tiny piece of wax to keep it closed.
This last one is again a letter from the Tooth Fairy aimed at making their kids cleaner in some way. This time the Tooth Fairy has a problem with how dirty the teeth she is getting are. She says that the only place she can use them is the bathroom. After reading through a bunch of these letters, it seems like the kids are much funnier. The parent’s letters seem to be a little too sappy, logical, or focused on one point.
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