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When I was little there was this gardening store by where i lived. It was set up really nice there was a gazebo and they decorated it for all of the holidays. They had the most amazing looking plants. It looked magical so until i was about 8 i believed that it was run by faeries.
I used to believe the Tooth Fairy was a small winged rabbit dressed like Tinkerbell.
When I lost my first tooth the tooth fairy left me a note under my pillow and signed it Phoebe. I was little and had never seen this name before so as i tried to pronounce it out loud my mom corrected my pronunciation halfway through the name, from across the room. Nice job mom, I didn't even get to believe in the tooth fairy. Maybe she did it so she didn't have to give me any money.
i used to believe that i had really long blonde hair like repanzel and that i used to swing from trees with my long hair.
When I was young I was so convinced that the Tooth Fairy was real. My dad is so creative, he made "a tooth fairy trap", I can barely remember it but it involved string and paper and like a cage... we set down ink so she would walk in it and leave foot prints. The next morning there was little footprints all over my paper and money under my pillow. I understood completely why she didnt get caught, cause she is way too little and fast. when i got older i realized my dad used my Barbie shoes to create the footprints.. :(
Up until I was 9 years old, I was absolutely CONVINCED I was a fairy. I'm the only brunette kid in my entire family and all of my siblings have blue eyes, while I have green. I accused my mom of lying to me, saying that I was really adopted, so how could she know if I wasn't a fairy? Then she showed me pictures and FOOTAGE of my birth... It was proof enough for me to decide that I'm not a fairy, and that if I ever want to have kids, I'm going to need serious mental therapy.
i believe in the tooth fairy so much that i make paper bags for her!
My dad used to call the toothfairy and haggle with her a fair price for my tooth. I would always get scared when he would say "$10 dollars or nothing" and beg him to go lower. I once even got a vcr.
I used to belive that there was a milk fairy and if you drank milk youd dissapear
Once during music class, my teacher was sitting on a chair facing us, and made mention to something being on the left, but added, "well, my left, your right." I didn't understand how left and right changes depending on the way you're facing and was confused. I decided that this meant that when people become adults a fairy comes and chops off their hands and switches them so their left hand becomes their right.
I used to believe that if i put my head under the pillow the tooth fairy would come, chop my head off, and leave money behind.
I once remember trying to grind up a tooth of mine after it had fallen out, believing that if I managed to turn it into a fine powder, I would have created fairy dust. Sprinkling it on myself would then enable me to fly.
I used to put on my fairy dressing up costume, climb onto the sofa and jump off, waving my arms around, believing that I would fly. Needless to say, I always landed on the carpet, but I still kept trying.
When I was very young, around four maybe, my mother bought me a book on the importance of brushing your teeth (I was an early reader). She told me that the tooth fairy wrote the book. One day I got curious to see what the tooth fairy's name was. A clever little boy I looked at the title page to see what her name was. The book was written by a guy.
When I was about 7 and had just lost a tooth, a friend broke the news to me that my mother was the tooth fairy. I thought she meant my mother was the tooth fairy for everybody! I was in complete awe and asked her where she kept all the teeth.
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.