From my previous article, I talked about how many teeth I collect per night and now I want to tell you what the tooth fairy does with all of the teeth.
Primarily, the teeth are used to build our town but depending on the size and shape some of the teeth are used to make shoes, computers and other things we use on a daily basis. While some people have told me that it’s a bit strange or gross, consider many of the toys you have are made of plastic which I don’t like. The Tooth Fairy Village is a very sustainable community and teeth are the strongest and longest lasting material.
So, how did we build the Tooth Fairy Castle? Basically the teeth are used like bricks and toothpaste are used like mortar. Tooth paste is easy to buy at the store. I have to use the really small tubes since I’m so small, but it’s easy to pick up at the store. The real challenge to find enough children’s teeth to build everything we need, so I collect them as a child looses them. Can you imagine how many teeth it took to build the castle? Therefore when I start a new contraption, building, or appliance in or around my castle I need a large collection of teeth to choose from to ensure a perfect fit.
I have been collecting teeth for quite a while now. I have finished my own living quarters quite long ago, so now I am working on homes for my helpers and their families. The Fairy population has been growing at a fast rate and to keep up with all the building for all the fairies to live takes many teeth from many children. Our next project is to build an amusement park so we all have a fun place to take a break. Our tooth drive has started so if you have any extra teeth laying around, I would be happy to pick them up to speed up the building. We hope to have the park done next year and I’ll post some pictures when it’s completed.
You never know what your baby teeth may be used for. I may have made my new dishes out of them, or a new bed, or even my own tooth brush. But whatever your teeth have been used for they are helping the fairy community thrive and for that we thank you.