A visit from the Tooth Fairy is a big thing for children, who are usually so busy being excited about losing a tooth (because that means growing up) and getting paid for it that they don't worry much about someone or something breaking into their rooms to steal their discarded molars. But sometimes there is disagreement on how much those molars are worth. A user who goes by johnnysholmes on imgur posted a picture of an envelope he found under his daughter Mischa's pillow, requesting (very Dr. Evil voice) ten million pounds in exchange for her tooth. Hey, it never hurts to aim high.
She'd apparently left the envelope a few days earlier, and only told her parents when she asked them what they thought might be taking so long. So in response, Mischa received a nice letter from
her mom the Tooth Fairy, explaining the fine print on this whole tooth exchange business.
The letter reads:
Thank you for your request of £10,000,000 for your tooth, sadly I am unable to make decisions of this magnitude so I had to refer your request to my supervisor the fairy godmother.
Having considered this very seriously and even taking into account the lack of teeth from you of late, unfortunately your request has been unsuccessful, however we are delighted to offer you the following:
Total cost for this tooth £10
Minus tooth fairy initial visit expenses (-£1.00)
Fairy Godmothers travel expenses (-£1.90)
Admin Fees (-£4.10)
2nd visit from tooth fairy (-£1.00)
Cheeky Mare fee (-£1.00)
This leaves you with a total cost of £1.00. We hope this is to your satisfaction, please forward any complaints to the following address (please note further fees may apply):
The Fairy Godmother c/o The Tooth Fairy
123 Teeth Avenue
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The Tooth Fairy
Mischa was probably a little disappointed. But with such steep admin fees, she and other children might be able to get together and file a class action lawsuit against Ms. Molar, and eventually receive vouchers to be used in future purchases of toothpaste and other tooth-related products (certain restrictions apply).