-No. They are not real teeth.
Can I send you my teeth to use?
No. I implore you. Do not send me your teeth. There's probably a very good reason they're not in your mouth any more. Besides, I'm quite alright with the worst thing I receive in the mail being my student loan balance.
Can I send you my children's milk teeth?
Again, I'm going to have to say no. As delightful as it might be to have envelopes full of the tiny teeth of strange children dropping on to my door mat every day, I'm pretty sure that's how you get put under surveillance.
What about if you made a toothless Fuggler, and I could put the real teeth in myself?
Okay... That seems... reasonable isn't the right word in this context, but it's close enough. You have my word that I will, at some stage, make a run of Fugglers that are toothless. You can then add the teeth yourself in the safety of your own home, and subsequently break the internet/upset your neighbours/be incapable of entertaining guests without them being suspicious that you are the kind of person that will deliberately poison them to steal their skin.
Are you the Tooth Fairy?
On the advice of my lawyer, I can neither confirm nor deny.
What ages are Fugglers suitable for?
The hand made, custom Fugglers are for adults only. They are collectables, meant to loiter on shelves or go on travelling adventures with you, or be left in the spare room so that guests know not to outstay their welcome. However, in light of a growing number of people who want to inflict Fugglers on their offspring, I am currently looking into working with a manufacturer to produce a range of Fugglers that will be CE tested and suitable for a younger audience. When I say suitable, obviously it's still going to be a teddy bear with artificial human teeth.
Can you make me a custom Fuggler?
At the moment I am unable to take on any custom work. Watch this space though.
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