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When I was little I never believed in the tooth fairy even though it was explained to me. I believed that when I left a tooth under the pillow over night the tooth would crumble revealing the dollar that was always inside it.
One time in school a tooth fell out and I put it in my pocket. Sometime in the day it must have fallen out, I lost it. I imagined some kid walking through the hallway the next day finding my dollar on the ground.
i used to believe that when my nan got me a toothfairy box i got frightened and thought the toothfairy would pull all my teeth out when i was asleep
When i was really little, my mum told me that when i lost my teeth, the tooth fairy took them away, gave my a lolli and she meltedthem down to make milk!
THat was where my milk with my cereal came from. When i knew milk came from cows, it was turned to sugar! That was why dipping your finger in sugar made your teeth hurt, because you were rubbing teeth on teeth!
I use to believe that the things rattling around in spray paint cans were baby teeth that the tooth fairy sold to the paint company, that's how she got her money
When i was a little girl I actually thought I could fly. Just like in the disney movies with the fairies and the fairy dust. I figured if i could just get a hold of some "fairy dust" I could reach straight up to those clouds. In fact, I remember having a little necklace w/ something attached to it, on the outside it said fairy dust...(you could open it up...it had to be glitter or something in there) but at the time i thought it was real fairy dust! So... one day i went in my backyard, sprinkled some on, stepped up on my slide w/ my arms spread out, and jumped off. Hahah! I was so disappointed to find out i was just falling.
You know when you look up at your dark ceiling at night you can kind of see spots? Well, my sister told me these spots were fairies and that in the center of every room was a tooth fairy. Every bedroom had it's own tooth fairy and the other fairies worked for her and would pass messages from room to room.
When i was little(I was four or five) I was CONVINCED faeries existed adn lived in our berry bushes. I would make swings for them out of ribbon and wood, and buttons and lace. One day after my nap my mother told me she had seen a little faerie with striped stockings and a pink dress on my swing. I ran to the window but it was too late. I was so dissapointed. About four years later I reminded my mom of this event trying to convince her faeries were real- and she got a guilty look on her face and confessed to making the whole thing up. I was crushed!
When I was little, one of my baby teeth had a cavity, so we didn't bother getting it filled in since it would fall out in time. When it did fall out, my sister said the tooth fairy wouldn't want it since it had a big hole in it.
I said, "Well, maybe she can use it as a toilet or a wastebasket."
So that night I left the tooth fairy a note, giving her different ideas for what to use the tooth for. I was so excited in the morning when the tooth was gone. I really thought the tooth fairy liked my ideas! ^-^
When i was little my dad used to reflect light off his watch onto the wall and tell me it was tinkerbell the fairy off peter pan.
He never sat me in front of the tv or anything to make me shut up, just shined his watch on the wall just high enough so i couldn't touch it. I used to spend hours jumping up the wall to try and "catch" her........
This practice stopped when i ran at the wall in frustration and ended up with a nosebleed....
When I was a child I really believed that my dad could catch leprechauns. He would tell me to look into his cupped hands with one eye to see the leprechaun lighting his pipe. As I was looking through, he would allow a little light through his fingers and yes I thought it was a pipe being lit!
when i was young and i lost my first tooth i was told that the tooth fairy was going to come in my room at night and replace my tooth with money i was excited at first but then i got scared because my older cousin told me that the tooth fairy was going to come to my house and rob us and kill my family..i was very young and i believed him.and i,not wanting to be robbed and murdered by an evil tooth fairy,flushed my tooth down the toilet.then my dad made me write a note to the tooth fairy explaining why i flushed my tooth down the toilet....
i still got scared everytime i lost a tooth....
My best friend and I used to go over to each other's houses and try to catch leprechauns! We would leave out candy and dollhouses for them to stay in. The weird thing is, once we left out a few oreo cookies in the kitchen, and probably about ten minutes later there was a small trail of cookie crumbs with a tiny chunk taken out of the cookie. My sister was still in diapers and my dad promised me he wouldn't touch the cookies. I've never worked up the nerve to ask my mom if she was the one who did it or not.
When I was very young, I was talking to my grandpa with my parents in the room about fairies. He picked up that all the fairies I was talking about were female, so he asked me why there weren't any male fairies. My reply? "Don't be silly, their penises would fall out when they were flying around!"
I used to believe that when i didn't get money from the toothfairy she was in Hawaii
I used to beleive that when you point you kill the fairys
Me and my guardians believe that faeries mingle in with the summer crickets in the woods in my yard, and if you listen to the crickets (and the faeries) carefully you will hear them telling us humans about their summer revels. In the winter they take their revels underground.
A few weeks ago me and my guardian and a couple of my friends found a faerie house in the woods...green and mossy. Last year me and my guardians found another faerie house in a now-felled part of the woods. Also that year we found a very large, lakelike puddle in also a now-felled part of the woods. We called it the Lake Of Peace and believed that the faeries leave it for their human neighbors in times of joy and peace.
We're always very respectful during our treks through the woods, because me and two of my guardians swear that the faeries spirited us away (we got lost) because we forgot to bow our heads at their monumental rock. We learned to treat the faeries and their territory with utmost respect then.
We also believe that the faeries have entrusted us to be their human rulers since (we're pretty sure, anyway) we're the only ones who know they're there.
Isn't the world magical? ^_^
When I was really young (maybe 4 or 5), I didn't understand how cars worked or how they went so fast. I used to believe that little faeries lived behind the side view mirrors and would come out and push the cars, racing the other faeries that were pushing the other cars. I would get so excited when we would pass another, because that meant we were winning.
On the second time I had lost a tooth I was dying to find out my tooth fairy's name. The next day I looked my tooth fairy was Oberon. My mum and dad told me so I thought I was so speacil that the faires sent thier king.
Next time I asked if I was talented and he said "Dear Oliver,Yes you are very talented. Love Obreon". This time I'm going to ask in what.
For a while I used to go to bed in my best Sunday shoes incase Peter Pan was to come to my window and take me away that night.
I am 14 years old and I believe in fairies. I believe that they live in forests, rooms, everywhere!