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When I was young I never believed in the Tooth Fairy, as I put my teeth under my pillow loads of times and she never came - even though she visited my friends at school. Then I spotted you could get an email from the Tooth Fairy on ebay (!*!) and had it sent my little girl, it was lovely, so now I believe again!! I think my little girl's a little sceptical though..;-)
When I was a kid, I thought that when the flowers moved in the garden (because the wind was blowing) that the faeries were dancing, and the flowers were their bright costumes. But when i got older I realised what happened and i was really upset. But now I've taken that mistake and I've actually written a childrens story about flower faries! But as I'm still 12, I'm waiting until I'm older until maybe I will publish it!!!
I was told that when the tooth fairy takes your fallen-out tooth, she will add that tooth to her collection and use many teeth that have fallen out of children to make sets false teeth for elderly people.
I used to believe I had a personal pixie that used to follow me around stealing things of mine that I had on me at the time and relocating them. This would explain why I would always find them in weird places. Actually, let's be honest, I still believe this!!
I used to think that the tooth fairy was invisible and would come in the night, take your teeth, and then puch your mouth to make more loose!!!
wen i was young i use to think that fairys came into my rooom at nite nd put dreams into my head. And that if i dint go to sleep or i sleept out the fairys would be mad at me and send bad luck my way for a day , sooo i never used to miss a nite of sleep in my own bed.
when i was child i used to beleive teeth fairy. i put my teeth under my pillow and next day i found money under pillow. i relaised fairies stupid thing when i saw my father put money under pillow. :(
I used to believe that the toothfairy was real and that she lived in the fairy good wood with all the other fairies, but one night i caught my grandad taking my tooth and putting the money there, I was really upset cuz I thought the tooth fairy had died but my grandad told me she was on holiday and I believed him!! it wasnt until years later when I found a poem he had wrote about me catching him that he was the tooth fairy all long... he must have looked really silly in a tutu... lol
when i was younger we had a caravan that was near a massive forest called fairy glen. my nanna would take me and my uncle, saying if i had been a good girl the fairies would have left some trolls for me, hidden in various places. i used to find these trolls in the wierdest places around the forest, and believed in the fairies. it wasnt until i went to the same place with my little brother and my nanna asked me to go ahead and hide some trolls for him to find i realised it had always been my slighty older uncle hiding them for me!! thanks nanna!!! i believed!!!!
When i was a kid in school the teachers told us that fairies lived in the trees on the field that would hide smarties on your birthday for you to find, and if you knock very gently on their doors (the knots in trees that are smooth) they might come out. weren't we fooled!!!... still enjoyed the smarties 'the fairies' left for us!!
When I was little, my dad told me that in addition to the tooth fairy, there was also a freckle fairy-if one of your freckles fell off and you put it under your pillow, the freckle fairy would come and give you ten dollars.
I was so afraid of the tooth fairy, that whenever I lost a tooth, I begged my parents to put it in another room, like the kitchen, instead of under my pillow. I guess I believed she would do something to me, like pull on my hair, and I wouldn't be able to do anything about it.
When I was young, I would try to figure out how the Tooth Fairy got in the house. The only conclusion I could come to was that she land on the window sill and tear a hole in the window screen.
Me and my sister shared a room when I was little, and we believed in the tooth fairy. We used to think up what our own personal tooth fairies looked like, mine resembeled Janet Jackson, my sister's resembeled Queen Amidala.
When I was in kindergarten and it was St. Patrick's Day my teacher told the class that it was possible to see a leprachaun that day. She said that they were stone statues the rest of the year and it was the one day they could come alive. She said she knew because there was a stone leprechaun in the teacher's lounge and it was alive now. During recess we all went and searched for it on the playground. She would say "there it goes!" and point in the other direction and we all went running that way. We searched all recess until she called us in. When she asked if anybody needed to go back out to pour sand from their shoes, I said I needed to but I really searched for the leprechaun some more. I never saw it, but I firmly believed it must have been there. I figured I just had to wait until next year. Surely, then, my luck would be better.
I used to get left home a lot as a chld because my Mum could not rouse me from watching Sesame Street ... this was not a problem because i was not really alone.. My dad was in the hop fileds working.. but see... one time the show finished before she got home, and I couldn't find her... I thought the fairies had taken her and hidden her in the rose buds in her garden.
I spent the next few Hours( i think... time perception is not great if you hadn't learnt time telling) pulling apart every single rose bud on her bushes looking for her, crying hysterically...
When i was like 8 or 9 i thought faeries made tomatoes.
when I was younger I never wanted my parents to keep my lost tooth under my pillow, becase I was scared of little flying things like make belive faries and bugs
My mother was always making up fairy-stories, but this is the only one I remember believing!
We had a large bush outside our house and it was round shaped and you could only see inside if you pulled the twings apart. One night during a thunderstorm my mother was comforting me and she said that it was just a fairy party up in the clouds, being curious I demanded to know where these fairies lived, "In the bush in the front garden," I was told.
For *years* I tiptoed past that bush every morning so as not to wake them up on my way to school.
It did have one good effect though - I've never been scared of Thunderstorms.
I used to see (and still do) Faries out of the corners of my eyes at night. I also ued to see my stuffed animals moving and talking to each other. once an "elf" was dancing on my teddy bears foot... yes, I am crazy.