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My next door neighbour's garden had a lamppost like the one in Narnia, and I believed that when it snowed it was possible to cross over into Narnia if i could just get into the garden. But I was very short and I couldn't climb the fence, so I'll never know if it was true or not.
as a child, i believed in the tooth fairy. i used to watch the time, fall asleep, and wake up seeing that only minutes passed when i realized that i had a dollar under my pillow. my last tooth fell out at the age of 11. i swear i found all the keys to the rooms in our house, i hid them and locked myself in my room to see what would really happen. once again, 10 minutes, i fell asleep, i woke up to a locked room and of course, i had a dollar. i was totally pissed because still to this day, i believe in the tooth fairy and i'm 20! what the heck? LMAO
i was always dreamed dat the toooth fairy would rob my house stomp on ali and then hit cidney [the witch] and steeel my home work
When I was little, I lost a tooth, I mean really lost it. I could not find it anywhere and I was SO upset because then I thought I wouldn't get any money from the Tooth fairy. So I had my aunt help me write a note to the tooth fairy explaining to him/her that I was REALLY sorry about losing the tooth that I've been a good girl and really wanted money. Well, it must have worked because the next morning there was a dollar under my pillow, lol. I used to think the Tooth fairy looked like Tinkerbell from Peter Pan, LMAO!
When I was little I asked my mum why there were little doors on the side of lamposts. She told me that little fairy people live inside and take it in turns to get on their little bikes and cycle round turning all the lights on - thats why lamposts make a clicking sound too, because thats the sound of their wheels winding down.
I used to believe in the tooth fairy until I was about nine or ten.I made my mum and dad promise to not come in my bedroom that night. The next morning I looked under my pillow and my tooth was still there with the note I'd written, that's when I learned that the Tooth Fairy didn't exist!
I live in a cottage and there's a hole in one of the beams on the stairs, with a bit of wood stuck in it. I used to believe that it was a lever, if I could get this lever-thing out of the hole, I would be transported to fairyland.
Sadly, the wood hasn't come out yet....
The belief that If I didn't go to sleep the humpty-backed leprachaun would come into my bedroom, sew up my lips with bootlaces and take me off to live with the other fairies under the hawthorn tree at the bottom of our garden.
When I was about 6 years old, my dad told me that the tooth fairy would take my baby teeth and out them in the mouths of new babies to grow. I was pretty grossed out by the thought that my baby teeth had come from another person.
He also told me that fairy floss (candy floss in USA) was collected from flowers, where the fairies had farted it out. I used to love fairy floss, so I guess he was trying to save those teeth!
I really didn;t trust fairies for a while there
When I was 2 or 3, (can't remember which), my Grandma, "Nana," said, "Aunt Katie is your Godmother." I replied, "No she is not, she doesn't even have a magic wand!" I hate princess stuff now, but back then, I guess I watched a little too much "Cinderella"!
when i was 4,and my teeth fell out i used 2 stay up all night and wait for the tooth fairy 2 come and give me my money.i know this sounds weird,but 1 time when my tooth fell out and i stayed up all night,probably about 10.00 i saw a strange purple light flying around my bedroom window!!in the morning i told my parents but they never believed me.
My friend used to believe she could transform into anything she liked. She was the queen of the unicorns, the magic snow spider, and the fairy queen all at once. She used to 'Transform' in front of the kids at school. For the sake of our friendship i pretended i believed, which kind of meant she was my only friend! I thought she was a bit crazy, but then again, i knew i was Princess bluebell of the fairies who thwarted fairy hunters as i flew off to fairyland with my sister, Princess Snowdrop, every night! But only my twin sister (AKA princess Snowdrop) knew about it. I still like to visit the fairies every once ina while to remind them whos boss......
I used to know all about fairies. Garden fairies... all kinds of fairies. I used to believe that I could make a fairy house and the next morning there would be fairies in side. When I tried it and there were none there I wouldn't stop crying, until my mom said that it wasn't a magical place enough for them - and I believed her ... ha!
When i was about 5 or 6, none of my teeth were wobbly, and i wanted money. So when my dogs tooth fell out i decided to trick the tooth fairy, by putting my dogs tooth under my pillow. When i woke up, there were a bunch of dog biscuits under my pillow. I was dissapointed.
Whe I was wee I had a fear of faries and flowers, which, as you can imaginge, is odd for a wee girl. Here is the reason why.
When I was begining to read, my auntie bought me a lovely little book about a fairy village, but instead of houses, they lived in flowers.
Why, would this scare me you ask?
When I was 2, my brother was showing of infront of his friends and told me that if you went any where near faries the would jump out and kill me with a big knife then set me on fire.
I used to believe that my dad could talk to faeries and make them appear. He would make a tiny circle of light appear on the wall or the ceiling and it would 'fly' around where he told it to, and even make it land on me. I really believed it was a faerie and I was bitterly disappointed when I worked out that it was just the light reflecting off his watch and that he was simply moving the light around by turning his wrist.
That the tooth fairy drove around in her green Volks Wagon Collecting teeth from all the children.
When I was a child, I was very imaginative. Even today, I still believe this. I know it doesn't make sense, but I believe that dew on the plants every morning was sprinkled there from the faeries and water nymphs and nixies and stuff. They would use their hands and feet to place it there with magick. Yes, I am a strange person, but a bliever nontheless...
When I was a child (5year old), I use to belive in the Tooth Fairy. I waited for my teeth to fall out.
I used to think that there really were leprechauns at the ends of rainbows so I would wander off searching for them. Every time I got to the edge of the building complex I was so disappointed because I couldn't cross the street on my own. I'd slouch back home so sad that I'd never have a pot of gold and I couldn't buy myself a unicorn. I was sure they existed if you had enough money, and they were just kept secret so not that many people would buy them.