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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.
My mum used to tell me that the drops that bounced up from puddles when it rained were actually little fairies dancing.
I still like to believe its true!!!
I never believed in the tooth fairy - instead I used to believe that your tooth somehow magically changed into a 20p coin overnight! A much more logical explanation of course!
When I was about 7 years old, I still believed in the Tooth Fairy. So when we went to Europe for summer vacation, I actually lost 2 teeth. So I wondered if the Tooth Fairy would find me in Europe and I got so worried, I cried myself to sleep. (Yeah, thats sad.) And then when I woke up, I found money under my pillow and I cried because of joy.
Boy, is that dramatic.
When I was about 6 or 7 I was beginning to become sceptical about the existence of fairies and when my parents had some carpet tiles put into the house (the type with a sticky side to fix them to the floor) I thought I might have a means of proving whether fairies were real or not.
I left one of the carpet tiles sticky-side-up in the garden, with a leaf in the middle, on top of which was a pile of mulberries that I'd picked from our tree. I ran outside first thing in the morning to see if I'd caught any, but of course the carpet tile was devoid of magical creatures - not even insects had been caught.
When I told my Dad that I'd proved fairies don't exist, he wanted to keep me believing in childhood things, so he told me that fairies were clever enough to avoid traps - that kept me guessing for a few years! He also told me not to set any more traps, because I wouldn't want to be trapped, so therefore I shouldn't do the same to other creatures. What a nice Dad!
When I was little we would take a ferry to get to my grandparents' house. So when my parents said the tooth "fairy" was coming, I thought they meant "ferry". So I imagined a big ferry coming into my room at night, and the little captain would get off the ship and take my tooth and leave money.
I was always a little skeptical of the tooth fairy. I've always been pretty logical about things. One of my teeth were really loose but the stupid thing wouldn't come out. I spotted some Milk Duds (lol) and decided to see if those wouldn't take it out. They did and I was watching TV at the time so I just stuck the tooth in the mini Milk Dud box, put it on top of the shelf by the couch, and totally forgot about it. I told my mom the next day when I remembered about the tooth and told my mom. She said the tooth fairy would come that night. Well... she didn't. I still tell my mom to this day about how cheap the tooth fairy is while glaring at her. lol.
When I used to get floaters (those things in your eyes that float around), I thought that they were fairies and since nobody else could see them, I felt really special. Then in health class, 7th grade, that specialness I had felt was crushed.