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September 02, 2009


Emmy Summers

There is no escaping the eventual confession. But now that you pointed it out, the "great reveal" does seem sort of an initiation into young adulthood. Of course, other kids learn the truth somewhere else, but while they aren't privy to it, it is fun to join the hoax. ;)

Dirty Davey

(1) You didn't try "Sorry, honey, daddy locked the door and the tooth fairy couldn't get in. I'll leave it unlocked tomorrow night and all will be taken care of!"

(2) The real give-away is when the tooth fairy is short on cash and slips a check under the pillow instead.

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