Jason Manford writes genius letter ‘from tooth fairy’ to naughty daughter

Parents take note: Jason Manford has come up with the best way to persuade your children to be on their best behaviour.

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by Jack White |
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The comedian posted a letter to Facebook last night that he'd written to his daughter, who was being naughty, 'from the tooth fairy'.

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He wrote: "I'm sorry I didn't take your tooth and leave you some money, but when I arrived at your house at 10pm you and your sister were still awake and being naughty for your dad.

"I have a very strict rule not to give money to naughty children. I will try again tomorrow night and hopefully when I arrive you will have been a good girl all day.

Jason sent this letter to his daughter, posing as the tooth fairy
Jason sent this letter to his daughter, posing as the tooth fairy

"I'm surprised at you because when I spoke to Father Christmas this morning he said you were such a good girl, I'd hate to tell him otherwise.

"Regards, The Tooth Fairy."

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Jason's genius plan obviously worked, as he added this morning: "Daughter could not have been any more well behaved this morning before school. Thanks Tooth Fairy!"

But not everyone agreed with Jason's plan to get his daughter to behave. Some Facebook users slammed Jason, accusing him of 'blackmailing' his daughter into being good.

Not everyone agreed, and Jason hit back

One wrote: "Writing a letter like that from the 'tooth fairy' to blackmail a child into submission is pretty low. And its conflicting as well. Santa says she's good but the tooth fairy doesn't?? How can a young child make sense of that??"

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Jason hit back at those blasting him, posting: "Love to read absolute bell ends getting their knickers in a twist?

"Well may I recommend reading some of the comments from a couple of jokes I did today. I can heartily recommend the 'Tooth Fairy letter' (where someone actually suggested it'd be less cruel to hit my child with a stick).

What do you think of Jason's letter, genius, or irresponsible parenting?

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