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When my friend and I were in 3rd grade we believed in leprchauns, and started our own leprechaun club, We made leprechaun stew and left it in a hole until the next recess, and it had magically disappeared! We even looked in the grass and "found" the letters T, Y, K, and M: T being thank, Y being you, K being the first letter of my name, and M being the first letter of my friends name. The best part is that we got the whole school looking for leprechauns. We still laugh to this day.
I used to believe that fairies are real (who didn't believe that when they were young? :D ) My sister and I would make fairy houses in our garden and hope that some fairies would move in.
when i was younger i thought that at disney world that when "tinkerbelle" would fly around the magic castle i actually thought that it was actually an actress who did that instead of the lighting thing that they do i had a active imagination as a child
I believed in the tooth faerie until i was like 8, because then i read a book from the babysitters club series called Claudia's Story or something like that and theres a chapter about the tooth faerie not being real ... =(
I always beleived there was something calld the tooth-fairy.... my brother ans mum told me that.... one day when my tooth came out, I put it under my pillow and at night I saw my mm and brother come, lift up my pillow and put some money there..... thats when I realised it was all lies!
I expected my first ferry ride to be a ride on an actual giant fairy. Needless to say when my family arrived at the terminal and we boarded a boat I was most disappointed.
when i was young i thought i was magic and it was raining one day and i said a pretend spell and suddenly it came sunny and i thought i was a fairy
When I was about 7, my younger brother (4 at the time) came home from Preschool with a "Leprechaun Finder." It was a piece of cardstock cut into the shape of a clover with green celophane in the middle. He explained to me that if you looked through it, you could see Leprechauns. He led me around the whole yard and inside the house, telling me he could see them, but they always ran as soon as I asked to see them because they were scared of me.
At one point I got incredibly frustrated and said to him "Tell the Leprechaun I'm not going to hurt him. I just want to pet him!" (who knows why I wanted to "pet" a leprechaun). He looked up at me and laughed and explained that it was a joke, and he had gotten me good.
Now that I look back at it, I was a real moron to let my little brother pull the wool over my eyes.
when i was 12 a guy told me that if i kept a tub of water with rose petals in it in a dark room lit with candles alone infront of a mirror i would catch a fairy bathing!
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.
i use to think dentists were toothfairies!!!
my friend last year(we r 12) her parents took her out 2 eat and told her the truth about the tooth fairy she said she cried sooo hard!!!
but i found all my teeth and all my christmas presents b4 my parents could tell me!!!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.
My mum used to tell me that when the clouds were sitting low to the ground on frosty mornings it was because the fairies had been out late the night before and had not woken up to lift up the clouds yet. I believed this for quite a while.
One time, I lost my tooth, I used to always put then under my pilow. The next day I got a quarter! I was so excited I screamed and it woke everyone up. After several teeth my aunt told me the truth. I was disappointed.
When I was little and we went for assembly in the big hall at Primary school, there were windows that the sun shone directly through when my class sat down, I could see little dust particles floating about, I actually belived they were faeries, when the "faeries" landed on people I thought the child was "choosen" for something and after assembly I would go up to some people the faeries had landed on and say to them you have been choosen, I left then VERY confused as I walked away.
Whenever a the sun was caught on something shiny, that someone was moving, there was always that little light on the wall that would move. One day when I was about 5 before I knew how they were caused I asked my dad well really I screamed and pointed to one moving on the wall and said "What is that?" My Dad told me it was Tinkerbell, because we were big Disney fans, still am :), so everytime I saw those light things I thought they were fairies!!
When I was younger my parents always told me that every time I put my elbows on the table I crushed a fairy into dust
When I was really little I used to believe that dust particles floating in sunbeams were actually fairies.
A kid looses a tooth, they put it under the pillow... and PWUFFT!... The very next morning, there's a few shiny coins and if you're really lucky, and dollar or two. Right?
Well, at least that's what "I", the little runny-nosed runt that I was thought how it went.
Because of an oral problem I had as a baby, I had to have all of my baby teeth surgically removed when I was five. I was so jealous when my sisters had loose teeth and got money and I stayed stone broke.
So imagine my seven-year-old joy when I "found" one of my teeth next to my mouth on the bed. My mum said it must've fallen out overnight and that I could put it under my pillow. She said the tooth fairy noticed my good behavior and decided to let me use it for her "Services" for being a good little girl.
Little did I know that my mum used one of my teeth from my recent surgery to trick me into thinking the tooth fairy had magically extracted a tooth. She must've felt sorry that I couldn't experience the "magic" of the toothfairy like the other kids. And after I thought I was "so special".
She would have gotten away with it too... if "the tooth fairy" hadn't written her note on a very familiar piece of fancy white bordered pad paper with yellow roses on it.
I was a very sneaky kid and liked to snoop around in moms room. Finding lots of interesting things like... I dunno; a strange gel that tasted like cherries, a long shiny metal thingy that vibrated, a box with a man wearing a helmet like Marvin the Martian... and oh yeah... a notepad full of pretty paper with yellow roses on it. When I found it under my pillow along with the doe, I could even see the pen outline of mum's work schedule on the page she had given me.
So mum was a liar and the only way I'd loose a tooth again was if I picked a fight with the wrong guy... but hey... I got five dollars and a stick of Double Mint............. SCORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!