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Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Millie. Millie was a lazy girl. She often went to bed without brushing her teeth!
"What hurts?" exclaimed Mum. "My tooth! My tooth!" cried out Millie. "Oh dear! Alright, I'll book an appointment to go to the dentists' in an hour. Hurry up and eat your breakfast and then get changed. We'll head there after," said Mum.
One morning while Mum was preparing breakfast, Millie suddenly grabbed her jaw and yelped, "Ouch! It hurts! It really hurts!" Mum, who was looking for some juice hurriedly closed the fridge at the sound of Millie's cries turned around startled.
After breakfast, when Millie and her mum were at the dental clinic, the dentist told them that Millie had a tooth decay due to not brushing her teeth regularly. She then proceeded to put a filling in Millie's cavity. After the procedure was done, she then told Millie that she had to brush her teeth and floss at least twice a day. If not, she'll no longer have teeth by the time she's 30!
That night, after her bath, Millie thought back to how her tooth hurt during breakfast and her trip to the dentists', and immediately went to the sink to brush her teeth.
Before heading off to bed, Millie stopped by her mum's bedroom to wish her goodnight. As she was about to leave the room, Mum called out to her, "You remembered to brush your teeth right?" "Yes of course mum! I do want teeth by the time I'm thirty after all!" Millie yelled out in reply and giggled then ran off to her room for bed.
That night, before bed, Millie made a promise to herself to always brush her teeth before bed. The end.
Thanks for brushing me, Millie!
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