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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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I used to believe in the tooth fairy................................................................................until my sweet 16..............................................................................................Its True.
the toothfariry was real
When I was about 8 I was on my swingset outside Icould have SWORN I saw a fairy. She was green and smiled at me and looked like a dragonfly.
I still believe that I saw her ;)
I used(and still do, a little bit) to belive that if you closed your eyes that tons and tons of faries ,like Tinkerbell from Peter Pan, would surround you and you could feel there little wings brush and tingle your arms untill you opened your eyes and they dissapear.
I used to love to play Playstation. We used to have a Playstation 1 before. I used to believe that for the game to work, when you put in the CD and close the lid, little fairies will appear and sprinkle pixie dust on the CD so that it'll work and appear on the TV screen. I wanted to see these fairies so sometimes, I would put in a CD, turn on the playstation, wait around 2 minutes, then while the playstation is on I would open the lid to see the fairies, but of course, there weren't any. I thought they would hide so fast somewhere in the playstation.
I thought that if I drew a tiny door on a wall and knock on it three times, that i would be able to go to a land of faries and mythical creatures.
when i was younger (about 5/6) i belived that i had a special fariy friend that could hear what i thought and thlk to my back because of this it didnt matter if people were mean to me because my fairy would curse them and they would have bad luck
I used to believe that leprechauns lived under the clover patches in my backyard and that if I made clover cards they would come visit me in my house.
In Kindergarten on St. Patrick's day, I came to class and saw the table turned over, leggos all over the carpet, and green foot-prints everywhere. The teacher told me that leprechauns came the night before. I was terrified that leprechauns were going to come and hurt me the entire day, and my mom had to explain to me how leprechauns werent real. I wasn't convinced, so she had to write a letter to the teacher to ask the teacher to explain to me how they werent real. I was still skeptical and didn't believe what she told me for about a week.
When I was younger I had My nephews and neices convinced that I was leprachaun,and lived in a cave under a waterfall and that's why they couldn't find my home or my gold used to run around tellin them "Ye caunt have Me gold it was funny for a while they used to constantly drive their mom crasy
until i was 14 and lost my last tooth i didnt tell my mom and dad that i knew the tooth fairy wasn't real because i thought if i stoped believing i wouldnt get money
I never believed in the Tooth Fairy. When I was in 1st grade, my beliefs about her being fake were confirmed when I read a book. In it a bunch of kids were arguing over whose parents the REAL Tooth Fairy was. At the end the parents all told the kids that the Tooth Fairy was a joke and there wasn't one. Some of my friends still believed in the Fairy at 12.... I'll never understand how they got that gullible.
I used to believe that there was a toenail fairy. When I was about 5 someting happened to my big toenail to make it slowly fall off. When it finally completely seperated from my toe, i told my mother, who told me to put it under my pillow and the toenail fairy would come. Sure enough, the next morning there was a crisp dollar bill under my pillow.
I always bragged to everyone how i got money from the toenail fairy and no one knew what i was talking about.
In case you were wondering, my toenail did grow back fully.
I used to make really little houses out of leaves and sticks under trees so the fairies will have some place to live.
I used to think that the 'floaters' you sometimes see behind your eyes were fairies. I got many, many odd looks from people when they heard me talking to them, and I built little houses in the backyard for them, complete with furniture made of moss and sticks.
i used to believe in the tooth fairy and that they took your teeth and built houses out of them and they always took 1 pound from somewhere in tooth fairy land.
First I loved the fairy because I received money in return for a tooth. One year though, I forgot to put my tooth under my pillow, and the next morning I just happened to find a note saying, "Give me tooth by tonight!". I ran to my mom and told her that the tooth fairy is mean because she forces kids to sell their body parts in exchange for money.
when my mom and i would walk home from school, she used to always tell me that little fairies lived in trees and that they would only come out and let me see them if i was being good the whole day. i never did see any fairies....so i guess i was a snotty little kid!