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My ds has lost his first tooth!! What's the going rate now?>??

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essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 17:53:57

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SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 17:55:09

FFS, there's already an existing thread on this. Do some research you lazy moo.

galaxy Mon 24-Jan-05 17:55:25

To coin a Cod phrase "there's already loads of posts on this"

Think it's £2.00 for 1st and £1.00 for next

galaxy Mon 24-Jan-05 17:55:49

snap soupy! Well I was less blunt

essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 17:56:20

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SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 17:56:27


WigWamBam Mon 24-Jan-05 17:56:39

£2 for a tooth?

If my dd's lucky she'll get 50p

SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 17:56:48


essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 17:56:57

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galaxy Mon 24-Jan-05 17:57:16

tee hee hee

SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 17:57:29

I think it's £55 plus a PS2 game.

sparklymieow Mon 24-Jan-05 17:58:06

£1 here!!

galaxy Mon 24-Jan-05 17:59:41

LOL Soupy

essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 18:00:19

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galaxy Mon 24-Jan-05 18:01:22

Well you should spend less time MSN'ing you naughty girl!

essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 18:02:25

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SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 18:03:06

I told her on MSN there'd been a thread about it and what did she do? Ignored me.

I don't know why I bother.

<<tosses snout, flicks tail and stomps off into the distance>>

RTKangaMummy Mon 24-Jan-05 18:03:39

£1 here

essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 18:04:21

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SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 18:05:05

I'm not here, I've flounced off. Hrumph.

SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 18:05:16

And it was before.

bubble99 Mon 24-Jan-05 18:05:51

£2 here - for first and subsequent teeth. I'll regret this when I'm tooth fairy to four soon.

essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 18:09:15

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SoupDragon Mon 24-Jan-05 18:13:15

No, you should use it on his *teeth8. Using it on him may cause red marks and be difficult to remove.

essbee Mon 24-Jan-05 18:19:55

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