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The tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth

by Jonathan Hill
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 13/07/2013

"Mummy, Daddy, Mummy, Daddy, look what I got!"

Tina and Andrew looked down at the shiny pound coin resting in Tommy's cupped palm and smiled. Tommy beamed back at them, proudly displaying the gap in his top row of teeth.

"Now I can buy something!" Tommy turned and ran back up stairs to get dressed.

"I'm so glad you remembered to do the whole tooth fairy thing," Tina said to her husband with a relieved sigh.

Andrew paused for a second then replied.

"Funny you should say that because that's exactly what I was just going to say to you."

Jonathan Hill Merits

5 most prolific2 most esteemed1 top drabble7 top drabblistSpaSpa Award Winner 2013

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