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When my brother was maybe 3 yrs old, I had a prism that hung from my window. I'd swing it around and rainbows would fly everywhere. I told him it was a fairy rainbow dance party. We'd put on music and dance all around the room. I was 19, but I secretly also still believed (and kinda still do, at age 30) that if we spun around fast enough, we could see the fairies that were hiding behind our backs while we danced.
when i was little me and my friends watched a movie that told us that we were faries if we could touch our tounges to our elbows.....none of us could do that and we REALLY wanted to be faries....they were so cool! well...i guess that we arnt faries
Not alot of people know what Ferngully is. After I watched this movie (it was about how fairies needed trees to live in and mean people were going to cut them all down) I kept a look out for fairies in the trees that I climbed.
My friend told me that when somebody sneezed and I said "bless you", if I didn't clap my hands twice I would kill a fairy. I believed this until about the age of 11.
I started to lose baby teeth right before my fifth birthday, and had lost all of them with in a very short period...anyway, my mom told me that the Tooth Fairy took my teeth to give back to God for babies to have when they were born. In a sense, Tooth Fairy was just a big fan of recycling.
i used to belief that fairys lived underneath my pillow when my i was off school i saw my mum washing the pillow i told her to stop but i thought drowned them
I belived that the fluffy round dandelion seeds that float about were fairies and that if you caught one and made a wish and then blew it away agin it would come true. I still call them fairies today :)
My mum once told me that she had seen the tooth fairy asleep on her bedroom table when she was a little girl, i convinced myself that i saw her too and even now if i close my eyes i can remember exactly what she looked like fast asleep on my table. she was beautiful.
How i miss being young (and i'm only 22)
when i was little i used to set traps for the tooth fairy whenever i lost a tooth so i could have the tooth fairy grant all my wishes
I was about 6 when I lost my first tooth. I lost another, and another, and another. Apparently, I was pulling out my teeth to get the dollar the tooth fairy left. She quit leaving the dollar. I left it under my pillow for weeks before I learned that there was in fact no tooth fairy. I made the connection that there was no tooth fairy, there was no Santa, and no Easter Bunny. Hard lesson for a couple of bucks.
I used to believe in the tooth fairy without a doubt because my brother called the tooth fairy (actually my sister, who was in on the joke) and I heard him talking to her. I belived it for years!
I used to believe that in the tooth fairy took all your teeth and built a tooth city for her to live in!
I used to believe that if i left white lego bricks under my pillow the tooth fairy would be tricked and I'd be rich! Suprisingly, the white lego bricks vanished but i never got any money. They didn't return to my lego box. I still don't know where they are to this day.
i used to believe that when fireworks exploded, the sparks in the sky were fairies who liked to entertain humans by flying around a bit before they dissapeared
When I was little, I lived near the Mississippi River, and we took ferry boats to cross the river and go into town. My grandfather from Texas used to tell us stories about Yip Yip the dog and a "ferry" that lived in a stump. If my grandfather said it, it was true for me. I never questioned this, I just imagined a tiny ferry boat stuck in the stump. My grandfather died when I was 6, so I never heard the stories after that.
It was many years later I realized it was a "fairy" that lived in the stump!!
When I was five I had a best friend who used to come over my house a lot. . We used to use a big black tree pot (with dirt in it) and make a "fairy farm". We put flowers and made furniture in there, and sometimes we would sleep out in a tent (in the backyard) and check if the fairies had come yet. In the morning there would be silver glitter all over the pot and the crumbs we left out were gone. We used to thing it was the fairies, until a few years later I guessed when the silver glitter run out!
I used to reflect the sun off my watch to create little circles of light on the wall and tell my younger brother they were fairies and if he caught one he would be able to fly like Peter Pan! He used to run around for ages trying to catch one but when the sun went in they disappeared!
When I was little I used to believe that when I blew bubbles, there was a little fairy inside each one that would be set free once the bubble finally popped. I suppose I got this idea from seeing Glinda the Good Witch come out of that big pink bubble in The Wizard of Oz.
When I was at primary school I used to believe that there were fairies living under our portakabin classroom so me and a friend used to crush up acorns and bits of sandwich and leave them in acorn cups underneath the classroom. The next day we would check to see if the fairies had taken the food - they had, so we really believed that when we had all gone home from school the fairies would come out and have a fairy banquet!!
When my class was in kindergarten, we saw sparkles in the air vents. Our teacher said that these were leprchauns that lived in the furnace so we'd always be looking in the vents and when we would see a sparkle, we'd yell out that we'd seen a leprechaun and the rest of us whould rush over to see the sparkles!