Inspired by @nikkilounoel and @HisDudeness
  1. I was a very logical little kid.
    Logical and obnoxious.
  2. As I grew older, I started to think that the tooth fairy, Santa, and the easter bunny just didn't make any sense.
  3. I didn't want to just flat out ask my parents for the truth though, because I was worried they would lie to me.
    After all, they'd been pretending that these characters were real my whole life.
  4. So I waited.
    And formed a plan.
  5. Then one day I lost a tooth.
  6. I didn't tell my parents I had lost a tooth. So, unbeknownst to them, I put the tooth under my pillow that night.
  7. The next morning, what did I find?
  8. Nothing.
  9. This was exactly what I had expected. I confronted my parents and revealed my "scheme" to them.
    I said that if there really WERE a tooth fairy, she would've known I had lost a tooth.
  10. My parents caved, and the truth came out about the tooth fairy as well as Santa and the easter bunny.
    I had my suspicions about the other two as well, so none of this came as a great shock.
  11. Basically, from a young age I started needing proof for everything.
    I still remember the Christmas Eve when I left Santa a note next to his cookies asking him to take a picture of his sleigh and reindeer because I had started to question his existence.