And that's how she became the lady at the office with a jar full of baby teeth. (Via Imgur)
One of the great things about going home for the holidays is uncovering those precious gems from your childhood that remind you what a terribly passive-aggressive little brat you used to be.
Jennifer E., AKA redditor judokitten, found the above note she wrote after the tooth fairy failed to pass her existence test: placing a tooth under her pillow without telling mom and dad.
WARNING: If you are still unsure if the Tooth Fairy exists, stop reading now.
Unsurprisingly, the dental elf failed on her promise to be real, leaving Jennifer with a nasty baby tooth and no money to show for it.
As she explains in the comments of her reddit post, "The next morning, I loudly proclaimed the toothfairy bullshit in my 9 year old terms, and my mom told me to write her a letter expressing my displeasure."
Despite the threat to telling T.F. not to "bother writing back," Jennifer got a letter under her pillow the next day that read, "I couldn't get to your pillow the night before last because I got stuck in all the mess. Maybe if you clean your room, I could get to you in a timely manner."
Good one, mom. I mean, Tooth Fairy. Whatever. Not that I'm buying it either way. Anyone who hoards childrens' bloody tooth nubs is not someone I'm taking hygiene advice from.