Comments: Conversations Around Town

In this house, sometimes the Tooth Fairy left an IOU. Morrigan may still have one among her things. */;-)

Posted by Angus of Glen Coe at April 28, 2010 08:17 AM

If you get punched in the face by the tooth fairy, and she knocks out one of your teeth, does she leave you money for that one too?

Posted by Knine at April 28, 2010 09:04 AM

30 round tables are not going to fit in an Expedition, no matter how hard she tries.

They ain't going to lay flat, not tables that seat 10 people.

She is going to be in for a surprise, hope she has a back-up plan.

Posted by Quality Weenie at April 28, 2010 10:26 AM

"Oh yeah?! Well, the tooth fairy PUNCHED me in the face and all the hope spilled out. I have NO hope left. None."

O-M-G!!!! I'm just sitting here giggling helplessly. This is priceless.

Posted by Teresa at April 28, 2010 11:41 AM

omg...thank you, thank you, thank you for taking time to keep blogging. Every tale added to my LOL fit. Thank goodness the neighbors aren't home or you'd be hearing from me next via the local looney bin.

Posted by Jean at April 28, 2010 12:09 PM

This is the funniest thing I have read all day. :D

That porno thing is priceless. She'll never live it down. In fact, I'm going to pass that story along to a friend of mine who is an auditor!

Bones really is dramatic, isn't he? We've had the forgetful fairy here too. The story around here is that there is more than one tooth fairy, and that she/he/it is assigned individual clients. Our tooth fairy quit the job, and they had to hire and train a new one ... and so there was a time delay. I told the youngest boy to keep the tooth until he lost the next one and then to put them both under the pillow ... and made sure not to forget the second time!

(Do you suppose politicians start out as children who are lied to? I hope not ... because I'm raising presidential material here if that is the case.)

Posted by PeggyU at April 28, 2010 01:13 PM

Hope you've read Terry Pratchett. In his stories the Tooth Fairy comes equipped with pliers, because sometimes she hasn't got the correct change.

Posted by Chrisfromsweden at April 28, 2010 01:38 PM

Dad- Dang, I think I threw away that washer I got one year...

Knine- This is one of those tree/forest questions, isn't it?

QW- Hello? I kept telling them that, but sheesh, do you think anyone would believe me?! Great minds... you and me...

Teresa and Jean- I wish I could vid him so you could hear how he sounds. The drama, the attitude, the voice... they all add to the delivery. Good Grief.

George- We've had people get fired at work for looking at Porn. Can you imagine having to go home from work and telling the wife you got fired for perusing porn, let alone perusing it on company time? holy cow...

Peggy- Drama doesn't even begin to cut it. My son is like living with a young Jim Carrey. And I have thought often politics is where he'll end up...

Chris- I have NOT read Terry Pratchett, but will look into it now!

Posted by bou at April 28, 2010 08:25 PM

You used "hypotenuse" in conversation?


I love smart people! :-)

Posted by Harvey at May 1, 2010 06:52 PM