I probably would have lied and said we need to know so we can call the tooth fairy
@Bionicbonk, and i probably would have encouraged his critical thinking skills so he could trust his parents at the same time learn to use his own brain.
@2EZ Comics, exactly, I might even give him extra money for being so smart
I did this when I was little. It's a
depressing way to find out there is no tooth fairy.
I hope my future kids do things like this.
Usually, I don't believe these 'my kid did something' stories, but this one sounds like something a kid would do.
When I was 6, I found out the hard way that the truth fairy didn't exist when I saw my parents put money under my sister's pillow (we shared a room, it sucked, she farted a lot). I wanted to cry and yell at my parents in the morning, but when she showed me the $10 she got the next day, I kept quiet. After some doorknobs and dental floss, plus a boost from a "tragic dodgeball incident", I got myself enough money to get myself a Blue Eyes White Dragon. Couldnt give big smiles at the camera, but fvck it. I got a Blue Eyes.
“My 9 year old doesn’t believe in fairies”
“My 24 year old just graduated high school”
X - how could your kid be missing teeth for 3 days and you not notice?
"No Jimmy, the tooth fairy is real and he's always watching you".
This is so crazy it’s just like that time this same exact thing was posted like a week ago
@password123, You act like you can’t lose more than 1 tooth in a week.
@password123, maybe he did it twice?
@2807Ollie, Yeah, real scientists run their experiments several times.
That's one smart 9 year old.
Reminds me of the time my 6 year old left a note for Santa Claus telling him he isn't real