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I had always wondered if a secret civilazation of elves liveing under the couch.
Then I found out elves live in the forest and fairies live under the couch.
When I was six, I lost my first baby tooth. I decided that it would only be polite to write a letter to the tooth fairy. I said that because my tooth was in such good condition, I deserved more money than the average kid. I asked for $14 because $13 was too little and $15 was too much.
I also had a big tree in my back yard with a door shaped "knot" at the bottom. I was positive a colony of naked elves lived in the tree and my best friend convinced me that we should lay my barbie clothes outside the tree for them so they wouldn't catch cold.
I spent the day finding my best and warmest barbie clothes and much to my happiness and surprise, the clothes were gone the next morning! I bragged to my friend that they had enjoyed our gift.
It wasn't until a month later that my friend confessed that she had taken the clothes! I was so mad.
I had a huge oak tree in my yard growing up and it had what looked like a door at the bottom of it (just like keebler elves' door~ a big arch shaped door). It must have been a deformed knot of some kind. Anyway I used to think knomes lived inthere and i could always be seen pressing my ear up to the tree to hear them. i would dare my friends to knock on the little door. No one would.
When i was little i used to belive that there were little invisible fairies on top of the street lights. I thought the fairies would choose the group w/ more cars and let them go. however one day we got a "mean" fairies. our lane had many more cars and he let the oher lane go. so i started crying. Our light turned green and my mom started to go i was still crying getting ever louder. my mom was trying to look at me in the back seat in her rear view miror, and wasnt watching her speed. well a cop pulled her overe and gave her a ticket.
When i was little i used to belive that the tooth fairy and my mom were best friends all b\c of a little white lie she told me. I used to always smell the money that the tooth fairy gave me and it always smelled like my mom. so when day i asked her " mom, why does the tooth fairy smell like you" and she reponded" b/c she came to me and asked me what perfume i wore, so since i knew she liked it i told santa to get it for her". boy, didnt i think i was the coolest girl. my mom was friends with santa and the tooth fairy.
i used to have a big orange slide in my room, and i thought that when i slept, little blue fairies would slide down it. I would stay awake as long as i could to try and catch the fairies in the act of using my slide.
my uncle told me that little fairys would come in through you window if your bed was right next to it and hang redheads from stoplights and not let them down and they had to cut their hair.(I had long hair)Needless to say, my bed was never near a window and my hair is short now!!
Being a curious child, I wanted to know what happened to the teeth the tooth-fairy used to swap for 10 pence (years ago!!!) so... I wrote the Chief Tooth-Fairy a letter and left it under my pillow with my tooth.
The next morning, there was a reply! It said that the teeth were made into magic fairy dust and that it was made by grinding the teeth together! I even got a magic sample! Awwwwww :) Fairies ROCK.
When I was in Preschool, my teacher would put little green boot prints along the wall leading out the window and said that the Leprechauns had visited us the night before and left us gifts. They were the little chocolate coins wrapped in foil. I, of course believed that teachers weren't allowed to lie so it had to be true. Later that day, I managed to get one of my friends to help me look for leprechauns in all the patches of clover because I wanted more chocolate coins.
I used to believe that teeth were stars that the toothfairy placed in the sky.
i beilieve (Still) that faries are attraced by cheese! One of my friends told me that and it makes sense (Somehow!)
when i was like 5-6 and i still believed in the toothe fairy i used to try and make little houses for her (god those took me like a month to make) and whenever they were gone i thought that the toothfairy probly took them back to fairy land (wich i also thought was in my back-yard) but them one day the evil dentist pulled out 5 teeth. i was so devastated and i thought i had to make 5 houses so i stayed up really late making them and then my dad comes in and im still sitting on the floor building stupid houses , so being how stupid i was i instantliy thought my dad was the tooth fairy! but thats not it the next day we had to write a paper about what our parents did and guess what i put down, THE TOOTH FAIRY! i was so proud of it until my teacher wrote on it "please see me with your dad." *hehe*
when i was little i used to think that the fairy pulled you r teeth out. it had shown that in a way on rugrats and i lost two of my teeth at night
I useed to collect fairy ornaments when i was youge (13 now) and every time i lost a tooth i would go to bed extra early so the tooth fairy could come. I would sometimes even try to stay awake so i could meet the fairys but always fall asleep.
When I was younger i asked my dad what the tooth fairy was. He replied "Its a big fat man in diapers" So until i was seven i kept asking him why the floor didn't break when he came! Boy was i dumb!
When we were out in the woods taking my little cousin Rachael for a walk, (she was about 4-5 at the time), she was looking at the flowers shouting, "Look! A boy fairy hat! And look! A girl fairy hat too!" She'd been looking at the wild flowers, and thought the blue flowers were for boy hats and the pink for girls.
i used to believe that everytime someones tooth fell out, that in fairy land a big bell would ring, and then thr nearest fairy would grab a coin and fly off to get the tooth.
when i was 6 or so we lived w/ my great-grandmother so 1 night i found a toadstool ring and i wrote a note to the fairies. the next morning before skool i went to the ring and it wasn't there!!!(the mowers had come earlier)the note was in pieces and i thought that the fairies had torn it up so they could read it better(there is always a ring in that 1 spot to this day(10 years later) weird huh?
One time I stayed up late trying to force my loose tooth to come out. I'll spare you the grisly details, but I used various bathroom implements to pull, pry and prod until finally the tooth came out. Because I wasn't supposed to be up so late I didn't tell my parents about the tooth coming out (they probably would have also known it wasn't loose enough), but I put the tooth under my pillow. The next morning when the tooth was still there with no money or Trident gum, I was convinced that the Tooth Fairy knew I had cheated by pulling the tooth out before it was ready.