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How much does the tooth fairy leave you?

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Photo of Charlie Evans

“Five dollars. I’ve lost five so far.”

Photo of Teal Collins

“I get about a dollar. I’ve lost nine.”

Photo of Claire Dunham

“My sisters told me I’m going to get a dollar for each one. I haven’t lost any yet, but I have six teeth loose already.”

Photo of Trisha Bell

“A dollar. I just got one last night.”

Photo of Grady Stites

“I’ve lost five teeth, and I got two bucks for each one.”

Photo of Cole Addie

“I’ve only lost one, but I got $5 for it.”

Photo of Matthew Siler

“I’ve lost eight so far, and I’ve gotten $2 for each of them.”

Photo of Brennan Occhipinto

“For the first one I got $5, and for the rest of them I got a dollar. I’ve lost nine teeth.”

Comments

sunflower_sue 8 years, 6 months ago

$5! You gotta be kidding me. S P O I L E D !

acg 8 years, 6 months ago

$1? $2? $5 freakin' dollars? Man, when people say the price of everything is going up, they aren't kidding. When I was a kid we got a quarter or a fifty cent piece if it was a big tooth, like molars and stuff.

sunflower_sue 8 years, 6 months ago

acg, I felt pretty good with my dime. Then again, that dime could buy me lots of candy at the TG&Y candy counter!

mom_of_three 8 years, 6 months ago

When my daughter lost her first tooth, she called my mom to tell Grandma all about it. My daughter asked how much the toothfairy should leave, and Grandma told her a $1. I exclaimed: "A $1! The same tooth fairy used to leave me a quarter!"

Moral to story - never ask a Grandma about tooth fairy.Grandma's always quote the price of inflation.

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