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This fairy tale of the Tooth Fairy ...
is a popular mythical character in Western folklore, particularly in the United States and other English-speaking countries. The Tooth Fairy is said to be a fairy or sprite who visits children when they lose a baby tooth and leaves a small payment or gift in exchange for the tooth.
The tradition is often used to help ease the process of losing baby teeth for children. When a child loses a tooth, they are instructed to place it under their pillow while they sleep. During the night, the Tooth Fairy is said to come and take the tooth, leaving a small amount of money or a small gift in its place.
The amount left by the Tooth Fairy can vary, and it often depends on cultural and regional factors. In some cases, parents may use the Tooth Fairy tradition as a way to encourage good oral hygiene habits in their children.
The origins of the Tooth Fairy legend are not precisely known, and the character has evolved over time. The tradition may have
its roots in various folktales and myths from different cultures around the world that involve tooth loss and tooth-related customs.
However as you can see my own interpretation of the tooth fairy in Sydney Australia 2019.
I would have loved to hold a giant tooth brush, but since I didn't have the time to make one, I decided to go for a pincer in order to remove any kind of tooth coming my way.
Ironically a year later I had to get two wisdom tooth removed.
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Very famous for its seasonal events is "The Grounds of Alexandria" in Sydney. Every year this venue hosts incredible Halloween Parties. Their effort for decorations and haunted house celebrations is beyond genius. I absolutely loved their 31st of October 2019: