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When I was about 8 or 9 I thought these three angel decorations on our Christmas tree were real. One was a large treetop, one was an ornament, and one was a very small baby angel ornament. The three of them were sisters and they always needed to stay close to eachother, so I put the middle angel girl and the baby angel girl up by the top of the tree so they wouldn't wander away from their older sister. That started a tradition, and I would always put the three angel sisters close to eachother. And then last year the oldest sister, the treetop, got thrown away because the two white Christmas lights she held stopped working. I was sad because the other two angels had lost their older sister. But they got over it. I still put the two angel sisters together, because even though they're older than they used to be they still like to stay close together.
As a child I was taught that the tooth fairy would buy our teeth so she could add them to her crown.
I use to belive if you lose your teeth and put it under the pillow, one fairy puts candies for you.
My real name is Tatyana and it means "fairy queen." I've always liked fairies and stuff, and so about a year ago my Mom got me a little present that had fairy dust and a little wand. Now, I'm 19 and I know it's not real, but I have a 6 year old brother. When he saw what I had, I figured I'd give him something to remember when he was older. I told him I was the fairy queen and that I directed all of the fairies to get lost teeth and give kids presents. When he lost a tooth, I sprinkled fairy dust over it with my wand. He believed me without question, and told me I was a really tall fairy. Now I am studying in England while my family is back in America, and he has more lose teeth and he calls me to make sure I'll send the fairies to take care of it.
My friend and I were once very firm believers of Fairies. We knew all about them too! We knew that if you stepped inside a fairy circle( a circle of mushrooms, basically) That you would be taken into their world, and if you ate any of the food there you'd be stuck there forever.
We also had a fairy friend who lived in my house, so we made him a little shoebox home and game him a little bed and everything, and were convinced he really was there.
I thought that there were elves in my pillow so the pillow case flap had to face the outward side of the bed. they never did harm just didnt want em crawling around.
To this day when i find i cant sleep, i check "the pillow case flap" and its usually facing INWARD. I turn it around and i fall right asleep. lol... go figure.
I used to believe in the tooth faerie. One day, when i lost a tooth, i put it under my pillow. the next day, i checked it and there wasnt any money, so i ran to my parents and said that the tooth fairy didnt give me anything. Since it was my parents that put the money under the pillow, they said we dont have any coins right now, and iwas confused, lol, (im 11)
i used to believe that the tooth fairy was a big tooth with wings
The laast tine I Beleived in the tooth fairie was when I left a doll house coated in detective glitter (foot prints would be in the glitter if the fairie showed up) at the foot of the bed. I Knew she wasn't there because the cookies weren't touched. I loved science as a child.
as a kid, i believed that the glare from watches or windows (those reflector things that you get if you shine a light at the right angle of a mirror) i used to believe they were fairies...and we would always try to squash them
I used to beleive in the Tooth Fairy and one time i lost a tooth and got a beanie babie and from that time on i always put my tooth under my pillow in an envolope with a letter with it saying, Dear tooth fairy, can you please get me a...________
I used to believe in the toothfairy. When I put one of my teeth in a glass of water I would find money there the next day. One day I stole my grandfathers "teeth", pulled one by one off using some tools and put them in a glass of water. There was no money the next day, only an angry old man and we had soup for dinner...
When I was a young child, I lost a tooth one day at school. I decided to test the Tooth Fairy theory by not telling my parents about the lost tooth - until the next morning, when I went up to my mother crying because the Tooth Fairy didn't leave me any money.
Her excuse was that I didn't look hard enough, and sure enough when I went back ten minutes later there was a dollar bill sitting squarely under my pillow.
I used to believe in the tooth fairy, until i found my mother puttin money in the handkachief.
When I lost a baby tooth and put it under the pillow I got a dime form the Tooth Fairy. Mom told me the Tooth Fairy took the teeth because she wanted to use them in doll heads.
I used to believe that once my tooth fell out and I placed it under the pillow while I was sleeping, the tooth fairy would take it and pay me too. I later found out that my Mom who was the tooth fairy.....
When I was kid and my parents told me that Santa Claus wasn't real, well they must have put it something like "we were the ones doing all of that not Santa" so I just assumed that all adults did stuff like that and instead of realised that my parents were also the tooth fairy and the easter bunny, I decided that some other adult was doing those things and so I immediatly "figured out" that my dad's friend "Barry" was the tooth fairy. I proceeded to make a fool of myself by making a huge deal in front of him everytime I lost a tooth.
when i was little i hear about faeries but i wans'int quite sure to know them!
but rumor has it
that if you cut the butter with a knife and
sang this charm >>;come butter come peter stand at the gate
for a buttered cake come butter come"
if you keep saying this you will have a faerie encounter or a faerie sign but you have to be a clean person and always be joyful cheerful and pass a little time outside in nature:)
When I was little my mom told me that a ring of mushrooms was a fairy ring. And that if I went out in the early morning when the dew was fresh on them, step inside the ring and make a wish it would come true the next morning. Never did work for me. Wonder if it was because the ring was always in the churchyard?
In the first grade during St. Patrick's Day, my teacher put fake green footprints on the ground and told us that a leprechaun came in our classroom overnight. We even set up a leprechaun trap. I was so nervous because I actually believe that we were going to see a live leprechaun!
It's hard to believe that I was seven years old when I believed this and not younger :p.