Two schemes to fool the tooth fairy

In Bill Watterson's comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes," 
Calvin tries to deceive the tooth fairy using the 
substitute corn kernel ploy, thereby exploiting 
the rushed nature of her work. Unfortunately, 
Calvin has made an error in assuming the 
tooth fairy will be too busy to notice.

Calvin makes an assumption that he's more clever 
than the tooth fairy, and plots to deceive her with 
his clever manufacture of fake teeth.
Hobbes, content with the original bargain of 
50 cents for a single tooth, questions the scheme, 
realizing it may not be the quality of 
the fakes, but the quantity.

Calvin and Hobbes at GoComics>>

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