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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 believe that teeth were stars that the toothfairy placed in the sky.
When I was younger my parents always told me that every time I put my elbows on the table I crushed a fairy into dust
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 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.
i believe in the tooth fairy so much that i make paper bags for her!
I used to believe that the wind was full of fairies and that if you stared long enough and sat really still you would be able to see them moving people and things around. I also believed that tornadoes were gremlins who were mad they couldn't be fairies so they wanted to destroy everything the fairies made nice.
I truly believed in the Tooth Fairy as a child. When I would lose a tooth, I would write a heartfelt plea on paper begging the Tooth Fairy to spend the night. I would write this letter and put it in one of those plastic medicine bottles and put it under my pillow. I wanted to see what she looked like when I woke up. She never spent the night --I guess she was just too busy!
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 i was about 4 or 5 i saw the movie peter pan and i thought the fairy dust was just the coolest thing ever. so i begged my mom to go to the disney store and buy some. so when she did, i went out on the deck and sprinkled some on my head and jumped off. it never occured to her that i thought i could fly with it!!!!
When I was little and lost a tooth, I thought that I wouldn't get anything for it unless I wrote a whole letter to the tooth fairy explaining about how it was lost, how long I had used it for, and the general quality of it.
I hated writing those letters, and so one time I just decided not to write one. I was very surprised to find that the tooth fairy didn't mind, and had given me an evern better reward than usual.
I used to believe that the tooth fairy came to your house to take your teeth, give you the money as a thank you, and raise your teeth and your teeth grown up to be tooth faries.
When I still believed in the tooth fairy, I REALLY believed in her/him. I always put a glass of water by the bed when I lost a tooth, because the tooth fairy would die the water. My water was always blue, except one time it was green. My mom said that my fairy must be sick and so a different fairy had to substitute. I later learned that it was her that was dying the water, and that she had ran out of blue dye.
I also once lost a tooth at my mom's work, and I wrapped it in a tissue. But by the end of the night I couldn't find it, and I went home and wrote a note to the fairy explaining why I didn't have my tooth, but that I DID lose one and she would just have to take my word for it. She gave me two half dollars for being so honest!
Two of my grandchildren were convinced by their mom (my daughter) that the Tooth Fairy does not work on Saturday, Sunday or any Stat or Civic holidays. These grandchildren believed this during all of their tooth falling out days.
When i was young I used to worry about the tooth fairy becomming bankrupt so I started leaving donations of my pocket money under my pillow for her to take with a note saying the money was for her. She never took it, my parents were obviously too honest to steal from me.
I used to believe that I could become an angel if i was a good girl. I started doing all the good and helpful deeds, and worked towards my ambition. This happened throughout my junior school years.
(Just because angels can fly, and they look so peaceful, and i wanted to fly)..
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 used to believe the the tooth fairy was a Pokemon fan because she got me Pokemon Crystal for my lost tooth
When my brother was about 7 he lost a tooth, and was so proud of himself. He couldnt wait to go to bed that night, so he could get money in exchange for his donation. I was the only he told.... and I, being the meaner older sister that I am, I devised a plan. Once he went to bed, I quickly scribbled a note, and slipped it under his pillow, and went to bed myself. Because we shared the same room, I woke to find him sobbing like a big baby........"Whats wrong?" I asked. He sniffed, "The tooth-fairy wrote me a note, she said she didnt want my tooth because it was too yellow!! She didnt even leave me any money either!!"......
The crying only lasted for a few minutes, but it scarred him for life.
He has no chance of forgetting, because I tell just about everyone I know. Thats a sister's right of course!
That babies came from wishing to fairies (the same sort as tooth fairies)& grown ups who hadn't got any children hadn't wished hard enough.