Losing baby teeth is magical. 

 

The excitement of leaving the tooth under the pillow, the anticipation of money the next morning, the idea of fairies prancing around your room. 

 

But what if the "tooth fairy" isn't impressed with the goods? 

 

Dad of three, Henry Warren, was sick of his son not taking proper care of his teeth. 

 

So he passed on the message to the tooth fairy- who then took matters into his own hands. Instead of waking up to coins, his son woke up to a very disgruntled letter. 

 

 

Written from the desk of Barry T. Tooth Fairy, the letter reads: 

 

"Dear Mr Warren, 

 

This letter is to inform you that I have now taken receipt of your tooth and it is being duly processed in our system.

 

You will have noticed there has been a delay in your payment for the tooth. Mr Warren, I have to inform you that this is due to to the condition in which we found said tooth. We expect a certain amount of wear and tear on the teeth we apprise. However in this case your tooth had to be referred up to the committee for further analysis. 

 

We believe this is due to the lack of care and attention by yourself. We have detected more than trace amounts of FantaTM and residual amounts of both cereal and chocolate which have not been removed by appropriate brushing technique. We recommend you review your practice here as a matter of urgency. 

 

Mr Warren we we will accept the tooth on this occasion but we need your assurances that the condition of your next tooth will be significantly better or we will withhold payment. 

 

Sincerely yours,

 

Barry T. Tooth Fairy" 

Committee? Residual amounts of Fanta? Sounds like Barry means business. We would be double flossing every night! 

 

Which we should be doing anyway- take care of your teeth, kids! 

 

What do you think? Has the Tooth Fairy ever felt the need to leave a letter at your house? 

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