We at Needcoffee like to point out fellow content creators that fill the Internet with more than just mail order pharmacies, mail order diplomas, and mail order Russian brides (although Russian brides that came with a diploma…that’s an untapped market). In the past, I have thrown at you alien invaders from Mercury, sci-fi janitors, and Isabella Rossellini curating artistic animal erotica.
Now, I am going to tell you about teeth. Specifically two milk teeth.
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As to her charges, again her words do better than I could.
What I find so attractive of these stories is their universality. Yes, they are two tiny talking teeth but they are also little kids with big imaginations and trying to function in the outsized worlds of grown-ups.
For example, in “Toof Cleaning,” what parent hasn’t gone through the same ritual of bath time with a young child.
“Art of Lardee” is nice because it shows how little children are capable of seeing or in this case, painting outside of the box.
And of course, what childhood is complete without a pet. In ickle’s and Lardee’s case, a traveling goldfish called “Carrot.”
If you enjoy these tiny adventures, she released a book called, naturally, My Milk Toof and can be ordered through Amazon. So visit the blog and help support original content on the Internet. Especially the cute content.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]