When my older son discovered his first wiggly tooth, I realized that I had the chance to define the Tooth Fairy experience for another generation. As I pondered how the Tooth Fairy would collect our family’s teeth, it occurred to me that she has an awful lot of teeth to gather, especially considering the ever-rising world population. It seemed prudent to figure out a way to send the teeth to her for processing, rather than make her visit the homes of all 7,103,000,000 people on Earth. As such, I installed a pneumatic transport system (as at the bank drive-through) in my house, for the purpose of sending teeth to the Tooth Fairy, and receiving renumeration back from her.
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Origami means paper folding coming from ori meaning “folding” and kami meaning “paper”; kami changed to gami it started at least in the 17th century AD and was popular outside of Japan in the mid-1900s
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Here is a quick illustration on how to tie a perfect bow tie.
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Simple step-by-step line illustrations make it easy for children to draw a frog with confidence from our friends at Blue Tadpole Studio.
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Here is a nice project that you can do for fun when ever you are bored or you can do with your kids, Once you are done with this project you can hang it upside down till it dries and you can decorate with it your house or even sell it to few of your friends, anyway here it goes …
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