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15 Funny Tooth Fairy Note Ideas

15 Funny Tooth Fairy Note Ideas

Funny Tooth Fairy Note Ideas

Losing a tooth is a rite of passage for kids. Everyone goes through it, and everyone has their own rituals. In the United States and elsewhere, we place the tooth under the child's pillow, or in a special container near their bed, and overnight, the tooth fairy (the child's parents if we're being honest) replaces the tooth with money, a treat, or some other special gift. 

 Just like with anything else, kids have their own way of dealing with it. Some kids are excited to lose their teeth and get money from the tooth fairy. Others are a little more apprehensive about losing their teeth and wonder what will happen to them. Some kids even try to pull their teeth out themselves (which you shouldn't do). 

 Something that parents can do to help ease the child's mind is to let them write a note to the tooth fairy. If your children are too young for this, you can write the letter and let your child decorate it. 

 Here are 15 ideas for funny notes you could send to the tooth fairy.

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A kid missing his front tooth.

15 Funny Tooth Fairy Notes

Dear Tooth Fairy, 

 I hope you're doing well. I'm writing because I have a favor to ask. I know you're a very busy fairy, so I'll make it quick. I lost a tooth the other day, as you can see under my pillow. I was wondering if you could leave a $5 bill instead of the usual single? Inflation is really killing my piggy bank! 

 Sincerely, 

 Johnny Smith 

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 Dear Ms. Fairy, 

 Thank you so much for taking this baby tooth away from me! I'm getting to be a big kid, and I really don't need them anymore. Cash is fine in return, but I also take checks. Just make sure you're good for it! 

 Your friend, 

 Lana 

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 Dear Tooth Fairy, 

 I understand you'll be taking my teeth and giving me something in return. That's fine and all, but can you also make sure I get adult teeth in their place? Money does me no good if I have silly holes in my smile for life.  Thanks! 

 Your pal, 

 Linda 

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 Dear Tooth (I assume that's your first name), 

 I'm happy you'll be visiting soon, but I hate for you to have to make so many trips. I'd be happy to save all of my teeth in a bag and then exchange them all at once for a large payday. We've got to reduce your carbon footprint! 

 Doing my part, 

 Larry 

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 Dear Tooth Fairy, 

 I cannot believe that you had the gall to put this money under my pillow! I am an 8-year-old child and you shouldn't be putting money under there. What if I accidentally ate it while I slept? I'd really prefer direct deposit. 

 Thanks in advance, 

 Jimmy Johnson 

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 Dear Tooth Fairy, 

 I don't mean to tell you your job, and I certainly won't argue with free money, but I have to ask...why? Why do you collect people's teeth? What are you doing with them? 

 You know what? I don't think I want to know. 

 Keep up the good work, 

 Sammy Ling 

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 Dear Tooth Fairy, 

 I know you think my teeth are worth $1 each. But really, they're priceless. So please scale your contributions to match their value. Thanks so much. 

 Your friend, 

 Bobby 

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 Hey, Tooth Fairy! 

 Here is the tooth I lost this morning. I don't need you to come and take it because my mommy says that teeth are expensive. Or at least I assume they are because you sure seem to want them. I'll just sell mine on Ebay. Thanks! 

 Sincerely, 

 Tony 

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The tooth fairy. Sort of.

Dear Tooth Fairy, 

Thank you for coming to my house last night but you forgot my tooth. Maybe you thought it was somewhere in the basement or on top of my dresser or under the bed. But it's under the pillow...where it always is. Please bring me my cash. 

 Expectantly, 

 Sarah 

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 Dear TF, 

 I haven't lost a tooth recently, but I wondered if I could interest you in some other parts of me. I have a bunch of toe nails I just clipped and my brush is full of hair. How much would you give me for all that? 

 Hoping to make a deal, 

 Shelly 

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 Tooth Fairy, 

 In order to keep this tooth safe, I will be using a lock and chain. You can find the key outside in my playhouse. Once you take the tooth from the chain, please put the cash in the safe under my bed. You can't be too careful. Thanks! 

 Steven 

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 Dear Tooth Fairy, 

 Please stop coming to my house! I think your breath smells bad and I don't like you! Just kidding! You do have a weird hobby, but I like the results. Feel free to visit anytime! Just bring a mint or something. 

 Your friend, 

 Johnathon 

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 Dear Tooth fairy, 

 This is actually my tooth. You can tell by the filling on it. I didn't know you were coming last night but me and my dad got up really late at night to see if you would come. You didn't. I think my Dad might be you. I'll need to experiment further. 

 Samuel Frink 

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 Tooth Fairy, 

 I was told to write a funny note, so here it goes: Here's my tooth. Give me money. 

 Humor isn't my strong suit. 

 Thanks! 

 Hugo 

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 Tooth Fairy, 

 You're a business person, right? I'd like to negotiate new rates for my teeth. I've put a proposal together and I'd like to present it at your earliest convenience. I'll leave it with the tooth I lost today. 

Thanks! 

 Trey

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A card with two illustrated donuts that reads "I donut know what I'd do without you."

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 Simply Noted promises affordable pricing without compromising quality—we even offer volume discounts so that everyone can afford personalized handwritten notes! Whether you're trying to reach the tooth fairy, Santa Claus, or the Easter Bunny, we have you covered!

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