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My younger friend Emelia really believes in fairies. She writes to them and she says that they write back. She wrote a letter to the 'Fairy Queen' and she supposedly wrote back. She showed me the letter from the 'Fairy Queen' and it suspiciously looked like her older sister's writing. She told me that the fairy queen used Zoe's writing book.
i used to believe in the tooth fairy
I used to believe that the dew you would see on the grass in the early morning were fairies sitting in the lawn.
When I was little I used to think the little knot hole in the wall next to my bed was were the tooth fairy lived.
When I was little, I believed that if a tooth fell out the mouth and i put under my pillow when I went to bed, the Fairy God Mother would come and take the tooth and leave me money.
i used to belive in the tooth fairy till i was 15. i caught my mum putting a £1 uder my pillow!!!!!!!!!
U know on christmas eve when u r asleep and sugarplum fairies dance in head?! Well i thought that they danced on your head so then the next morning i would have bruises from where they tripped and fell!!!
when i was little some really lovely lady told me that fairies like to disguise themselves as these little pea pods with hundreds of tiny wings.she gave me a little sseed to plant in my back-yard "so the fairies could visit the you all the time.now every time the plant lets its seeds go i try to catch the 'snow-fairies'.
i used to and still do believe that fairies live in the tree in our front yard.whene i was little ,in the summer they would fly arond at night.you know they hide on the backs of lightin' bugs.
I used to beleive that a mermaid would be singing to you when u listned to a shell.
I was a suspicious child. I started wondering whether the tooth fairy was real or if it was just my parents putting money under my pillow, so I decided to test it out. The next time a tooth fell out, I didn't tell them, but just put it under my pillow. The next morning, there was no money! That day I pretended to my parents that the tooth had just fallen out, and the morning after that, there was the money under my pillow. Proof that my parents were behind the tooth fairy scam!
When I was younger my friend susan and I really believed in faeries. But we were convinced that they didn't have clothes and they were going to be very cold during the winter time. So when it came to Autmn/Fall and the rain was setting in we made some tiny outfits for the faeries. I have to say they were quite well made. We weren't too disappointed when we found that the faeries hadn't taken the clothes the next morning, we just put it down to the fact that they didn't want to touch anything that the humans had touched. How cute were we?!
when i was small i had a problem bedwetting, and had to go to alder hey hospital in liverpool where they sorted me out with a star chart - blue star for one dry night, silver for two, gold for a week, etc. my mum added her own which was this - she planted a 'lollipop tree' in our rockery and said that if i managed to be dry for 2 weeks, the fairies would deliver me a lollipop for my trouble. For the next two years, 'Drumstick' lollies would appear in the rockery. I only found out that the fairies were not involved when, at the age of seven, i caught my dad planting a lolly one morning, dressed in a dressing gown and slippers. i didn't have the heart to tell my parents they had been rumbled and carried on with the lolly tree charade for a considerable time afterwards!
When i was little my mom told me that if i woke up and looked at her when she was in my room she would turn into dust. So when i had lost a tooth i would make sure if i woke up that night i wouldn't open my eyes. But now i know the tooth fairy is my mom!
When we were young, me and my younger brother were told by our elder sister, that she has a special gift from Moon. A silk blanket woven by the old woman on moon. She convinved us both that we are not eligible for such great gift from moon and wouldn't let us touch her specail blanket. We believed it for years.
When I was smaller I used to believe that I had seen the tooth fairy hovering over my bed. Oddly enough, however, I believed that she was a large brown dog in a pink tutu wearing a tiara and holding a star wand. My mother and I were in the drug store in line and I proudly told my story to the man in front of us. The entire line started to laugh and I got very angry and left to sulk among the dried flowers.
When I was about 3 or 4 my Dad told me that if I pointed at someone I'd trip the fairies. Everytime I point now I think about the fairies!
I used to believe that there were more than one toothfairies. I believed that they all worked in a little factory and when they brought teeth back, they would run those baby teeth through a machine that made them grow or turn into big teeth and then the toothfairies would place those bigger teeth in your gums and the teeth would pop out later. Hmmm...
When i was smaller i had read a story where a fairy had played a trick on a young lady beacuse she had wished that she was like the flowers and in the end she died in the winter.Scared i ran to my mother who was talking on the phone and at that monment i heard my mom say,"Well i dont care Honey you might as well go to hell."i was crying for over an hour thinking my dad had been taken by fairies to hell.
(fairy tales screw kids up huh?)
I used to believe that Peter Pan was real, so I used to sprinkle sugar (the closest thing to fairy dust) and jump off our cofee table, hoping to fly.