Real Tooth Fairies pissed off, remove video from YouTube due to ‘copyright claim”

Apparently, Real Tooth Fairies did want the public to see their marketing pitch about how much money they hoped to make, using a “holiday moment” colonize your child’s imagination.

This from Campaign for Commercial Free Childhood:

Last night, while we were sleeping, six scantily clad censors snuck a copyright claim under YouTube’s pillow and removed our edited version of The Real Tooth Fairies investors pitch. BUT – you can still see what the Real Tooth Fairies has planned for kids in this version. Please watch and share before the censor fairies get this one too!

 

Here’s another version. Please watch, share, and sign the petition below.

Sign this petition to keep these super-skinny, Barbie-princess clone “Real Tooth Fairies” far away from your child’s developing brain.

One thought on “Real Tooth Fairies pissed off, remove video from YouTube due to ‘copyright claim”

  1. this is crazy. how it really works. nice pitch. lame.
    i loved the sound of the cha-ching… seriously?
    why to parents buy into this sh*t??

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