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Vintage Mickey & Friends T-Shirt
M (True to Size)
9.5/10 slight cracking on graphic (See Photo 4)
Made in USA
Top to bottom - 23.5 in.
Pit to pit - 19.25 in.
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PSA (Pumpkin Donald Edition): Tooth-Friendly Halloween Treats
Donald showed his love for Théodore the Tooth this Halloween season as should you to protect your teeth from all the sugary treats. It’s no trick what effect sugar has on your teeth, but that doesn’t mean you and the kids can’t enjoy other treats. Thus, you may consider some sugar-free Halloween treats recommended by the American Dental Association:
1) Glow sticks, bracelets, necklaces: light up the night, especially the little ones scared of the dark. You can add to your kids’ costumes as well as keep track of them.
2) Small bottles of water: Your little ghouls may get thirsty trick-or-treating house to house. Plus the water helps way away the sugar.
3) Sugarfree gum: chewing gum after meals or after consuming Halloween candy stimulates saliva production, which in turn clears food debris and helps prevent cavities.
4) Trick-or-Trinkets: non-edible treats like small toys i.e. kazoos, yo-yos, bouncy balls, finger puppets that can buy in bulk or discount. Accessories for costumes like plastic spider rings, vampire teeth, or pirate eye patch.
5) Stickers, stamps, stencils, temporary tattoos: fun to decorate trick-or-treat bag or costume.
6) Invisible ink: a spooky disappearing activity for your little visitors that can use Halloween designs.
7) Festive pencils: always a useful utensil that can be used for many things and even after Halloween. Made more fun with pumpkin or ghost-shaped erasers and Halloween patterns.
8) Toothbrush and floss ⠀
(📷: @princepogiatdisney )