How old is too old to stop believing in, like, the tooth fairy? Like 12? I've got a cousin who is 18... Yeah, still believes in gay marriage.— Bo Burnham
Relaxing Tooth Fairy quotations
Step to this and get shanked up I knocked out so many teeth the tooth fairy went bankrupt
The only thing worth stealing is a kiss from a sleeping child.
Do we believe that there is equal economic opportunity out there in the real world, right now, for each and every one of these groups? If we believed in the tooth fairy, if we believed in the Easter Bunny, we might well believe that.
Vlad had found himself longing to encounter those of his own kind, to travel to the streets of Elysia-that far away world, but after a while it seemed more of a fairy tale than anything else. Like Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy, only with fangs.
Poems come from ordinary experiences and objects, I think.
Out of memory - a dress I lent my daughter on her way back to college; a newspaper photograph of war; a breast self-exam; the tooth fairy; Calvinist parents who beat up their children; a gesture of love; seeing oneself naked over age 50 in a set of bright hotel bathroom mirrors.
The worst thing in the world is to try to sleep and not to.
What we remember from childhood we remember forever - permanent ghosts, stamped, inked, imprinted, eternally seen.
I still believe in Santa, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and true love.
Don't even try to tell me different.
What I'm not saying is that all government spending is bad.
It's not - far, far from it, but there is no free lunch, as a former colleague of mine used to say. There is no public tooth fairy. Father Christmas does not work on the Treasury staff this year. You can never bail someone out of trouble without putting someone else into trouble.
Canada is a myth people made up to entertain children, like the Tooth Fairy.
There’s no such place.
Adam and Eve had many advantages, but the principal one was that they escaped teething.
Every tooth in a man's head is more valuable than a diamond.
I got rid of my teeth at a young age because I'm straight.
Teeth are for gay people. That's why fairies come and get them.
Because I am still a little girl who believes in Santa and the tooth fairy and you.
When one of Lisa's baby teeth fell out here, the tooth fairy left her 50 cents.
Another tooth fell out when she was with her father in Las Vegas, and that tooth fairy left her $5. When I told Elvis that 50 cents would be more in line, he laughed. He knew I was not criticizing him; how would Elvis Presley know the going rate for a tooth?
The old fairy tales are very, very violent, and these days I think we could do with a little less of it.
As much as I'd like to meet the tooth fairy on an evening walk, I don't really believe it can happen.
The worst thing in the world is to be bland.
The little Plumpuppets are fairies of beds;
They have nothing to do but watch sleepyheads; They turn down the sheets and they tuck you in tight, And dance on your pillow to wish you good night!
Now that I can see it's the queen's new clothes Now that I can hear all your poison prose Now that I can talk with my tongue unfroze I'm not so sure of Santa or the buck tooth fairy There are no words for me inside your dictionary
Fashion advice from the Tooth Fairy, that's great.
Money is much more exciting than anything it buys.
You may scoff at the Tooth Fairy if you like.
But the Tooth Fairy's approach has gotten more politicians elected than any economist's analysis.
The fundamentalists deny that evolution has taken place;
they deny that the earth and the universe as a whole are more than a few thousand years old, and so on. There is ample scientific evidence that the fundamentalists are wrong in these matters, and that their notions of cosmogony have about as much basis in fact as the Tooth Fairy has.
But no one ever is allowed in Sleepytown, unless He goes to bed in time to take the Sleepytown Express!
Adults trying to protect children from reality, right? And adults always trying to fill children with fantasy - the tooth fairy, Santa, make-believe games, etc. But kids are really smart, I think they know from an early age about death, this void and hole they are immediately traveling toward.
I thought the tooth fairy was a very creepy concept as a kid.
"Put your tooth under the pillow." I was like "Why does someone want my teeth?".
I use to believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and Tom Cruise too.
Believing in the Tooth Fairy is easier than trying to figure out how else the money gets under your pillow.
You know how when you were a little kid and you believed in fairy tales, that fantasy of what your life would be, white dress, prince charming who would carry you away to a castle on a hill. You would lie in bed at night and close your eyes and you had complete and utter faith. Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Prince Charming, they were so close you could taste them, but eventually you grow up, one day you open your eyes and the fairy tale disappears. Most people turn to the things and people they can trust. But the thing is its hard to let go of that fairy tale entirely cause almost everyone has that smallest bit of hope, of faith, that one day they will open their eyes and it will come true.
I absolutely believed when I was young because the Tooth Fairy was always good to me. The Tooth Fairy generally left me a dollar or two dollars and, as a kid, that was a lot of money.
I didn't grow up in church. I had no concept of God - existence, I - the name Jesus was synonymous with tooth fairy and Santa Claus.
According to a recent survey, kids are receiving an average of 40 cents less from the tooth fairy. That's right, the economy is so bad that even make-believe people are feeling the pinch.
In some aspects of alternative medicine we are fighting an almost medieval belief in magic but debunking such beliefs is like telling people that the tooth fairy is sniffing glue.