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I caught my dad putting money under my pillow when I lost a tooth. I asked him if he was the tooth fairy and he told me no, he was the Good Wood Fairy, and it was his job to try and steal the money that the tooth fairy left, but since I woke up, I got to keep my tooth money. After that, I always made sure to get up early after I lost a tooth to give the Good Wood Fairy less time to steal my money.
I used to beleive that the tooth Fairy was off on monday nights, turns out my mom didnt have time to change the tooth for money that night lol
from that day on i never put a tooth out on a monday LOL
when i was about 5, i thought that the tooth fairy was "soooooooo small" that " she could magically fit through the teeny tiny holes in my window screen." (That is, until, i found the box of teeth in my mom's dresser drawer)
When I was 11 I was so obbsessed with Peter Pan, Neverland, and Tinkerbell that I would actually look on this HUGE map every night trying to find the direction to Neverland, which I never seemed to...even though I one time got the Netherlands mixed up with Neverland, but, anyway, I was so crazy that I would always check my seat before sitting down because "I didn't want to sit on Tinkerbell..." or any fairy fot that matter! I would also keep myself up late at night to see that Peter Pan would come and take me to Neverland, but, occasionally, I would fall asleep.
My little story will always have a place on my map...in my heart.
I used to believe that the tooth fairy lived in my door-latch. I had asked my dad one day and he said so (probably because he couldn't think of anything, and he was standing by the door-latch). And for years, every time I walked past it, I would try to see if I could get a glimpse of the tooth fairy.
When I was in year 5 I believed in fairies. And there was a row of houses that backed onto out school playing field (with a fence between of course) and I remember seeing a bird house under a tree which had infact fallen out the tree, and I cofinced my self that it was a house for fairies and even went around telling people about it. When It came to my last day of year 11 a lot of my friends wrote about my 'fairy club' in my leavers book.....How embarrassing.
I got a dollar from the "tooth fairy" for each tooth under my pillow. Well apparently I decided at one point that this wasn't enough money and I left a note along with my tooth asking for something along the lines of ten bucks from the fairy. Well my mom, sly as she is only left me like ten cents that time....A lesson in greed I suppose but I just could not believe I got ripped off by the tooth fairy!
When I was little my dad told me that the reason the tooth fairy (!) left money under the pillow was because they used to make our teeth into flower pots!
When i was little, i used to believe that the tooth fairy lived in the garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. I always thought she was one of the angels that kicked them out
i used to believe that the tooth fairy would hurt me... i never left my tooth under my pillow.. or even in the same room as me, or same floor
I used to believe that my families cherry tree in our back yard was a fairy tree. My brother and I would wake up every morning and go outside to see what the fairies had left us. Usually it was a stick of gum, or some money.
I didn't find out until later that my mum and dad were the one's putting presents under that tree.
i used to believe that when you were asleep little fairys sprinkled dreaming dust on you to make you have good dreams, then youre dreams would come true. if i could not remember the dream i got told that it was because i had very good dreams and the fairys toook the dream away to give it to someone with no dreams!!
One night I had lost my tooth. I decided to test and see if there was a tooth-fairy. So, I didn't tell my parents, I put the tooth on my night stand. The next morning there was no money. I told my dad, and he said that the tooth fairy had got caught in the airvent, and that he had to pull her out. And that she was scared, so she flew away. I thought, only being six, that this was true. So the next night, I laid out my tooth on the airvent, and had a baggy. I had decided to catch the tooth fairy. Well, I fell asleep against the wall around one. I woke up and there was "fairy dust" all over the place, with a dollar left behind. I was still determined to catch a fairy, so I found a fake tooth, and laid it out on the airvent one more time. At around 2:15, I thought I saw something go into the airvent, so i started beating on it with my baggy. I stuck my hand into it, only to pull out a huge glob of dust. YUCK!
I thought the tooth fairy and the man in the moon were the same person.
when i was little my mum used to tell me that there were faries and pixies at the bottom of the garden and when if i ddin't eat my dinner up they would eat it up for me so rom that day i used to eat my dinner up all the time!! how rong woz i!?
i lost a tooth(like my 5th) and my mom told me that the fairy was going to come into my room again. I didn't sleep that night, and cried till it was really late cause i didn't want sum1 else in my room when i wasn't aware of it. So my parents went to sleep, and i finally went to bed, and when i woke up, there was no money under my pillow, and my tooth was still there. I told my parents and my mom said that it might be in the kitchen, so i went to go and look. I didn't see it so i went back to my room and i caught my mom-red handed putting money under my pillow. Needless to say, i dont believe in the tooth fairy anymore.
My Dad told me when I was 5 that fairies wouldn't let people see them because cruel people often catch them and keep them in jam jars. He helped me write a note to them, to say that I wouldn't do that. I'm 27 now, and my dad still keeps that note in his wallet!
When I was about 7 my little sister had lost her first tooth. I was a little jealous because I wanted the dollar instead of her. Since we shared a room I stayed up and watched for my mom (I found out earlier that she was really the toothfairy) to put the dollar under her pillow. After that I snuck over and took the dollar and left a little note I made that said that the toothfairy died. The next morning my sister was heartbroken that there was no money under her pillow. She gave my mom the note and you could imagine the trouble I got into.
I used to believe that there were fairies in the garden.
When I was little my sister told me that if you fell asleep with your head under the pillow, the tooth fairy would take all your teeth away, and I assumed that was why my nan had false teeth