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I used to believe in unicorns. Whenever we'd take a long trip, I'd look for unicorns in the woods. Sometimes I'd pretend they were running beside the car and I'd think to them, run faster, or, we're stopping at the gas station, meet me there so I can pet you. When we'd get there, I'd realize all the other people scared them and so they wouldn't come.
When I was in secand grade, my sister told me that the fireflys were faeries. Of course, I belived her. One day I caught one, and showed my sister. She told me it would put a curse on me. I got so scared I slept in my closet.
I used to believe that the tooth fairy used teeeth as money, and I began to worry that if she got poor, she might steal all my teeth through the night.
i used to believe that the tooth fairy would hurt me... i never left my tooth under my pillow.. or even in the same room as me, or same floor
I used to beleive that the tooth Fairy was off on monday nights, turns out my mom didnt have time to change the tooth for money that night lol
from that day on i never put a tooth out on a monday LOL
I used to cut out and collect people's faces from magazines, I had literally thousands of them, it was my quite serious hobby when I was 7-9.
And one day for some reason I thought if gave one of them to a fairy, she'd make a real small person out of it (a few centimetres tall) and I'd have it to play with it and to dress it up and to show it off. So I picked one face I didn't really like (don't blame me, I'd miss any of them, so I tried to minimalize the loss) and put it into a box with a letter to the fairy. But the magic would only happen if I didn't look into the box for the whole day and the whole night and I never managed to do it, so the face was still there and I always hoped I'd have more willpower next day.
Until my friend saw the letter and wanted to read it and I felt so embarassed that I told her to do anything with it but read it, and she threw it into the rubbish bin. I don't know if she read it later or not, but I thought the fairy was probably offended by throwing the letter out and I took the face out of the box and stopped trying.
Once when i was at primary school, i lost a tooth and a teacher put it in a tissue for me. When i met my mum at the gate at the end of the day i gave her the peice of tissue and the tooth fell out onto the floor! i nearly cried because i thought the tooth fairy wouldnt visit and was extremley worried that she wouldnt visit.
She would also tell me that fairies lived at the bottom of the garden under the trees.
my brother used to tell me that a fairy called the nitzy witzy
lived in a warm white tree, and if you knocked three times
on said tree she would grant you a wish! so i went to every
white tree i could find, feeling for warmth ,knocking on them and shouting nitzy witzy!!? i want my wish! are you home?!
i think my brother was just kidding me......
A few years ago my best friend Emily and I made fairy houses in the summer. And my mum put little fairy dolls inside the house or tent. afterabout a week or two she said we were too obsessed with fairies and it was her all along. I cried for a day!!
when i was 4,and my teeth fell out i used 2 stay up all night and wait for the tooth fairy 2 come and give me my money.i know this sounds weird,but 1 time when my tooth fell out and i stayed up all night,probably about 10.00 i saw a strange purple light flying around my bedroom window!!in the morning i told my parents but they never believed me.
Well,I really think that fairies and witches can be real! We're in a big universe and they can exist!
My sister belived in Unicorns until she had 17 years !
Also me and my friend used to believe, that gnomes live on the 5-th floor of my house, because I lived on the 6-th floor, and my friend on the 7-th. We decided that the 5-th floor would be the optimal place to place some gnomes.
i used to believe that if my tooth came out the tooth fairy would come and kill me!!!
I was a suspicious child. I started wondering whether the tooth fairy was real or if it was just my parents putting money under my pillow, so I decided to test it out. The next time a tooth fell out, I didn't tell them, but just put it under my pillow. The next morning, there was no money! That day I pretended to my parents that the tooth had just fallen out, and the morning after that, there was the money under my pillow. Proof that my parents were behind the tooth fairy scam!
A few months ago, my little sister, 7, found a lost tooth. She left it under her pillow along with a letter. The next morning, she was delighted to find a coin, and a letter from the tooth fairy. The tooth fairy left her a note saying thankyou for finding the tooth, and in thanks, she recieved a coin.
For weeks afterwards, my little sister went around our house and her friends, looking for teeth. She got a few strange looks from her friends when they asked what she was looking for!
I used to believe that Sacagewea on the Sacegewea Dollar coin was the tooth fairy!! My parents always put those under my pillow so I thought that was her own currency.
When I was 12, I was convinced that the November of that year, Peter Pan was going to come get me. (The note in the live-action Peter Pan movie said November 1904, and it would hae been November, 2004).
I believed that if I put a crown on my head and ate a flower at night, that I'd become a fairy and I'd be able to fly around like Tinkerbell. It never happened.
The belief that If I didn't go to sleep the humpty-backed leprachaun would come into my bedroom, sew up my lips with bootlaces and take me off to live with the other fairies under the hawthorn tree at the bottom of our garden.