A few years back Tukutana Director, Roxanne Robbins, came up with a fun tradition to dispose of her son's childhood teeth. It was a great way for her to save a little pocket change and an even better way for her son, named Wasswa, to learn geography. His teeth have already found homes on four continents: Africa, Asia, Europe and the U.S., and in locales including Qatar, Dubai, the Nile River, Lake Victoria, Brussels, and the Thames River (thrown from the London Tower Bridge).

The tradition expanded when a few friends' children asked to take part and gave us their teeth for Wasswa (and his friends Brock and Wesley, who spent time with Wasswa in Uganda this past summer) to throw in the Nile River. 




Send your tooth (in a ziplock bag) and corresponding sign (on 8 1/2 x 11 paper) to:

Tukutana 17595 Harvard Ave., Ste. C235, Irvine, CA 92614


DISCLAIMER:  Tukutana can't guarantee that when your tooth is tossed in the Nile River in Uganda that will travel all the way up through South Sudan, Sudan and into Egypt but there's a chance it might!