The wonderful affidavit above was created by comedian Emily McWinter's parents when she was a little girl; she'd lost a tooth and didn't want to miss out on the tooth fairy's cash prize. McWinter's parents -- lawyers -- drafted and notarized the affidavit to ensure that the tooth fairy would know that the lost tooth was bona fide.
The daughter of two lawyers lost a tooth. She couldn't find it, so they made her sign an affidavit for the Tooth Fairy.
Ryleigh is a teenager with Tourette Syndrome who makes absolutely wonderful videos like the one below that she hopes will “spread awareness about Tourettes as well as joy and laughter.” See more of her clips at Tourettes Teen!
Well played and certainly worth the effort: I like pranks which do not abuse or insult anyone pic.twitter.com/aiUSUDcC2H— Tyrantasorus (@tyrantasorus) November 2, 2018
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