After thousands of requests from little children wishing for front teeth this Christmas, Santa decided to call in a professional.
George Conway, of Mistletoe, Arizona had a thriving dental business when one day in October his phone rang. On the other end was Santa, who explained that his elves were tired of making teeth for little children whose sole wish is to have front teeth so they could say "Sister Susie sitting on a thistle."
"I viewed it as a great opportunity to make a difference this Christmas," Mr. Conway said, "and it doesn't hurt that I get to ride on Santa's sleigh to insert the teeth either.
Some critics claim that little children don't really want front teeth, but that they were simply singing the popular song "(All I Want for Christmas Is) My Two Front Teeth". However, sources at the North Pole say that Santa does not want to take chances and so he takes each Christmas wish at face value. Until children stop singing out that they want those teeth, it looks like they are in for a visit from George Conway, dental elf.