The Tooth Fairy has become the latest victim of the economic downturn. British milk producer Cravendale says that the average amount she’s leaving left under pillows in exchange for a tooth has dropped from £1.22 to 87p in the past six months. The figures also show that 38% of British children do not get any money from the tooth fairy at all. Fortunately, Irish children are yet to suffer such a fate. Some farmers’ children are reported to be finding thousands of Euro under their mattresses, whether they’ve lost a tooth or not.