In school we were having a party and the teacher asked me what I wanted to dress up as I said a fairy so I thought I would actually become a fairy🤣🤣🤣
When I was litle I used to think the tooth fairy was real .One evering I wanted to know if it really existed .You have to know that my tooth fell during the day so I put it under my pillow and waited for her to arrive!! In the night I heard noise , so I tought it was her and my mother enten my room whitr coins in her hands. At that moment I understoud that the tooth fairy did no exist and that since all this time it was my mother who put the coins . Since that day I haven't believed in the tooth fairy
When I was a little boy,i was scared to lose a tooth because I was scared of the tooth fairy.
One evening I lose a tooth, My dad dressed up as a mouse because in France it's not a fairy but a mouse
One day i discovered that the little mouse d'ind't exist, because evening im the i unmasqued my dad a disgued as the little mouse
When I was young, I used to think the caracters in Disneyland Paris is real, and I was afraid and I cryed. I needed to behind my parents. At some point, one caracter proposed a photo I didn't agree and I started to cry. The finally it just a nightmare
When I was a little girl I used to believe there where fairies in my drawer. And my sister said that in the night she would wake-up me , to take me in the fairy world, every night I waited but she never wake me up because she lied me and a day she told me the truth and I'm for one hour, but when my mother gave me an ice-cream, I was not sad anymore.
When I was a child I used to believe in the little mouse Perez, who gave you money for teeth.
When I was a child i used to believe that the lazy little mouse took our teeth to put them on
I used to believe that fairies were real and that they hid when they saw humans coming.
I would look under leaves and in flowers to find them, but I never saw even a single sparkle. :-(
In the end, I figured out that they were a made-up concept, but at least we have bumblebees, ladybugs, butterflies and dragonflies, which are honestly just as cool as fairies.
When i was yuonger, i used to belive in the touth fairy.
And during the holidays in my grandmother end grandfather's house. I lost one touth, so i hid it under my cushion and the day after, i found a five euro note under my cushion but normaly that's one coin or two. So i didn't understand and the adults were laughing, i was confused.
Today when i lose a touth, i ask one coin to my parents and i can joke with the aduslts of this memory.
When I was a kid I used to believe in the tooth fairy and I was scared of her
One day I my teeth , my dad made me believe the tooth fairy would
come that night , I was criying and VERY scared , I didn't want to sleep!!! My dad came to my room and he confessed to me it's was just the legend.
I felt better.Now I laugh when I remeber it.
I used to believe that the mermaids taught me to swim
When I was younger, I used to think when I lost a tooth the tooth ferry would give me some money
I Used To Believe In The Scab Fairy, That She Would Pay You In Return For Those Scabs!
When I was a child I used to belive that fairies were born from the flowers.
When a little girl I used to believe in tooth fairy. Then I discovered that my mom was who put money under my pillow and took my milk tooth.
When I was younger,I used to think that there was parralel world with fairies and legendary animals .
I was very naive!!
I used to believe that the tooth fairy was some weird old guy with a hot dog cart.
As a child I used to think that the toothy mouse existed.
When I was a child I used to believe that the mouse of teeths visit my room all nights to make sure that I put my teeth in my pillow
When I was a child I believed in Santa Claus who was the one who didn't give our presents, I also believed in the mouse with the teeth that was taken in exchange for some prize that we wanted, those are things that our parents tell us to brighten up our life, to make our imagination wider and better, I also believed that the clothes that were taken to us when we didn't eat all that our parents served us.