Tooth Fairy Arrested
Police in Never Never Land say that they have arrested the Tooth Fairy and have filed charges of parental collusion, misappropriation of dental work and black market sale of body parts. A statement from her law firm, Didja Floss, indicates that she’ll plead not guilty.
With Heavy Heart
Never Never Land police official, Lt. Billy Anderson told attending reporters, “It was with heavy heart that we had to serve justice in this instance. Ingrid Incisor had led a fairy tale life, but unfortunately greed eventually got the best of her.”
Seen above is one of several hundred pairs of custom Apex Predator shoes seized in the bust that were destined for hip hop artists in New York and California. Acting legal counsel for Ingrid, Lollie Pop, said, “My client was an innocent pawn in a larger, more devious racket being ran in the real world. This investigation gives her the opportunity to publicly expose fantasy fraud for what it really is.”
Catastrophic Tear In Reality
However, the Easter Bunny was furious, stating, “Ingrid Incisor has a greater responsibility to our world in general. I can’t believe that she let herself get caught. Luckily, it was in our world. Her capture in the real world would have caused a catastrophic tear in reality.”
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About The Tooth Fairy
The Tooth Fairy is a mythical character in Western folklore who is believed to exchange a child’s lost tooth under their pillow for a small gift or money. The tradition is prevalent in many English-speaking countries, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and others.
The typical scenario involves a child losing a baby tooth. Instead of discarding the tooth, the child places it under their pillow before going to bed. During the night, the Tooth Fairy is said to visit, take the tooth and leave a small reward, often money. The amount may vary depending on cultural or family traditions.
The origins of the Tooth Fairy legend are not precisely documented, but the concept has been around for centuries in various forms. The tradition is a way to celebrate and alleviate any anxiety children may have about losing their baby teeth. It also serves as a rite of passage, marking the transition from childhood to adolescence.
Parents often use the Tooth Fairy as a way to make the experience of losing a tooth more magical and exciting for their children. The Tooth Fairy has become a popular and enduring part of childhood folklore, creating fond memories for many as they reflect on their early years.