Bad Teeth Bradley Goes Trick-or-Treating

It is Halloween night. Bad Teeth Bradley can see children and young teens dressed up in everything from ghosts to monsters to zombies. They were going trick-or-treating. Bad Teeth Bradley knew he would fit right in. He was already dressed up in a Halloween costume, permanently.

Bad Teeth Bradley was a six foot six tall and very slim monster. His skin was a pale green colour. His teeth were rotten. Bad Teeth Bradley went to his bedroom and grabbed his pillow case. He went out into the street and went trick-or-treating.

“This is so much fun,” said Bad Teeth Bradley, enjoying himself immensely.

Soon, Bad Teeth Bradley had a mouth full of candy and half a pillowcase full. He walked up the laneway of the next house and laughed when he saw the costume the man who answered the doorbell had on.

“A dentist costume!” laughed Bad Teeth Bradley. “That is a good one. Are you going to give away toothbrushes?”

“And toothpaste and floss,” said the man.

Bad Teeth Bradley took a closer look at the man. He didn’t like what he saw. The man who answered the door dressed in a dentist costume was actually a real live dentist, his dentist, Dr. Stevens.

“Wait a minute,” said Dr. Stevens, who took a good look at Bad Teeth Bradley. “I recognize those teeth. Come with me, Bad Teeth Bradley.”

Dr. Stevens took Bad Teeth Bradley by the hand and he walked with him to his dentist office. He noticed that Bad Teeth Bradley had Into new cavities. He filled them for him.

“And you won ‘t be needing these,” said Dr. Stevens, taking Bad Teeth Bradley’s pillow case full of candy and dumping it out into his trash bin.


 

Moral of this Story:

  • Don’t eat a lot of candy when trick-or-treating.
  • Example: Bad Teeth Bradley went trick-or-treating. He ate a lot of candy and ended up with two new cavities.
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