Tooth Fairy 


Please be seated as this story may astound you…….

Sitting comfortably?

Then I shall begin…..

My son who is now the grand old age of 11 lost another baby tooth on Sunday…

Now I had to explain to him that at the old age of 11 the tooth fairy no longer visits.

He brushed this off with a pure desire for the £2 that a tooth now fetches in these parts.

“It’s worth £2!”, he insisted and continued his defiance by wrapping his bloody tooth in tissue.

He passed it to me for safe keeping, ready for the placement under his pillow, the place for the deal between child and tooth fairy.

Unbelievably the deal was forgotten and the tooth left in the pocket of my jeans.

The next morning whilst getting ready for the day ahead, I slipped on my jeans and placed my hand in my pocket…

To my surprise a found a number of coins which I removed and placed on the side.

I then reached deeper to find the tissue containing my sons lost tooth…

But what happened next shocked me….

I shouted to my son that he had forgotten about his tooth and he came into the room.

But as I opened the folded tissue I found no tooth! Confused I checked it again, and then again…but no tooth…but then I noticed something else….the coins I had removed from my pocket…

2 new…..shiny…..pound coins!!!

I couldn’t work it out?? I checked the tissue again….I checked my pocket….nothing!

My son thought it was great and whisked off his £2 haul to put in his money pot…

So for those of you who don’t believe….

This is a true story….

The tooth fairy lives on….

Tracy the abseiling instructor 


Tracy hated her job as an abseiling instructor. The reason she hated it was that she used to be a highly successful business woman.

She used to be jet setting around the world, meeting managing directors and making loads of money in the process.

One day though she made a massive mistake that would change her life forever. She put millions of pounds on the stock market and it crashed…..she lost it all.

You could say she had hit rock bottom. 
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Jack had always wanted to become a lumber Jack.

It seemed the ideal job with his name being Jack.


Ever since he was a tiny lad he would dream of the day he would become one.

So when he finally did all the training and sat the final exam he waited excitedly for the results.


He was so very confident, so when the day came and he opened the envelope with his results in he couldn’t believe his eyes to see that he had failed!


You could say that he was well and truly…..stumped!

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Matteus the accountant


Matteus loved his job as an accountant. He would get into work early every day, leave late every night.

He got on so well with everyone, from the tea lady to the managing director. They all loved him.

So one Saturday when he received a letter from work saying that he had been laid off, it’s fair to say he was extremely shocked and upset.

He didn’t understand……It just didn’t add up.



Paula the Hairdresser 


Paula was the local hairdresser, a very popular one at that.

Until one day she got closed down for health and safety reasons.

She had been trading as a kebab shop at night, lucky for her she got away with a £180 fine.

You could say that, it was a close shave…