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blue tooth fairy

just in time for christmas
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she's very pretty, she sings, she dances.

most of the time she sits on the pillow waiting for the kids' teeth to fall out. she is armed with a rucksack to keep the little pearly gems in and a wand of course but more importantly a little bag of silver coins that she will dispense weight for weight.

po, Nov 24 2003


       I'm chewing raw sugar cubes and swilling coke at the prospect - where are my pliers?
dobtabulous, Nov 24 2003

       MFD pun, surely?
DrCurry, Nov 24 2003

       why? if the boys can have blue tooth cars - whats for the lickle gels?
po, Nov 24 2003

       Let the boys steer their blue tooth cars into the faces of the litte girls at high speed, knocking out their teeth, and the girls get a blue tooth fairy performance and a bag of silver coins - then both are happy!
dobtabulous, Nov 24 2003

       you just watch out for a flying fairy's foot in yer mush :)
po, Nov 24 2003

       Not a tooth fairy with a leering grin and waggling eyebrows that leaves small pieces of paper with obscene jokes on them under the pillow then?
squeak, Nov 24 2003

       So where does the short-range 2.4 Ghz radio communication come into play?
krelnik, Nov 24 2003

       quote "bluetooth communicates on a frequency of 2.45 gigahertz, which has been set aside by international agreement for the use of industrial, scientific and medical devices (ISM). a number of devices that you may already use take advantage of this same radio-frequency band. baby monitors, toy cars, garage-door openers and the newest generation of cordless phones all make use of frequencies in the ISM band. there are a few innovative minds engaged at work on other applications"   

       definitely not naked - sorry!
po, Nov 24 2003

       What a nice idea. Watch some bloke come along and make it sexual. Oh, wait...   

       <pedant>SJB, wouldn't that be "doe-naked"?</p>
egbert, Nov 24 2003

       nah, she's a happy bunny. she has all the latest tech,ch,ch,ch.no,no,no,nologeeee..
po, Nov 24 2003

       sloop, take your fantasies from this idea please. this is for little girls..
po, Nov 24 2003

       No, silly, *I'm * the pedant.
egbert, Nov 24 2003

       wouldn't the blue tooth faerie send "easter eggs"* wirelessly to your electronic devices when you are a good boy or girl?   

       *extra ring tones or suprise animations or somesuch things.
ato_de, Nov 24 2003

       The ending of 'AI' would've been completely different.   

       IBM simply must do a commercial based on this idea.
RayfordSteele, Nov 25 2003

       How 'bout if the bluetooth fairy enabled your teeth to communicate with your toothbrush and toothpaste? . . . sorry, must be tired.
waistcoat, Nov 25 2003

       did anyone else's parents tell them that if you didn't brush your teeth when the tooth fairy comes if thinks your teeth are dirty, she'll take an eye instead? didn't sleep for 4 1/2 years but you should see my sparkle*.
etherman, May 18 2004


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