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When I lost a baby tooth and put it under the pillow I got a dime form the Tooth Fairy. Mom told me the Tooth Fairy took the teeth because she wanted to use them in doll heads.
I used to believe that the toothfairy was real and that she lived in the fairy good wood with all the other fairies, but one night i caught my grandad taking my tooth and putting the money there, I was really upset cuz I thought the tooth fairy had died but my grandad told me she was on holiday and I believed him!! it wasnt until years later when I found a poem he had wrote about me catching him that he was the tooth fairy all long... he must have looked really silly in a tutu... lol
My nephew refuses to put his tooth under his pillow in case the fairy burns him with her wand.
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 lost my first tooth, I was sure it was because of what my mother used to say -- if we didn't take good care of our teeth, they'd fall out.
It took some convincing from my brother before I told anyone else and would let the Tooth Fairy come get it.
when i was little i believed leprechauns were real and I would search for them in the grass. I even to a glass jar with me to put them in.
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.
As a child (all throughout elementary school) I believed in fairies with a few of my friends. We bought books on fairies, pretended to be fairies, and tried to find a fairy. All my childhood life I hoped to find a fairy or step into a fairy ring (circle of mushrooms) so that I, too, could turn in to a fairie.
I used to believe that by walking between the right trees in the forest I would be transported to a magical land. I also believed that the markings on the underside of bark were secret codes and messages from fairies.
I thought Ferry Boats were actually "Fairy Boats" and thought that the lights on the boats were from thousands of fairies. Then I went on a boat..
I used to believe in fairies. I even had a fairy friend named Peggy who I would write to. It was probably my parents writing the letters back.
I also thought that the tooth fairy could bring me ANYTHING that could fit under my pillow, and even made a fake tooth out of paper in an attempt to get a book. The "tooth fairy" did give me a book for a real tooth once. I also asked a toy fairy to sew up one of my broken toys. I guess I was convinced fairies could do anything!
not my belief, but when I was little, I had a friend who believed the tooth fairy was real because he had seen her. His parents had a friend who had long, really curly blond hair and who was really tiny, and she lived sort of far away so he had never met her. She was in town when he lost his first tooth and they devised a plan. They found a really flowy, gauzy blue dress, and brushed her hair so it was really fluffy and they had her climb in his window in the night to get his tooth. She made sure to make noise so that he would wake up and see her, and I swear, he was in junior high or high school before he was finally convinced that the tooth fairy wasn't real.
When I was little I believed that bubbles were fairy eggs, and that when they burst, that was a fairy being born. I was still very against popping them, though, because the longer a bubble could float without bursting, the stronger the fairy would be. Bubbles would also not pop until the fairy was ready to be born, and it wasn't fair to rush the fairies.
I used to believe that if i left white lego bricks under my pillow the tooth fairy would be tricked and I'd be rich! Suprisingly, the white lego bricks vanished but i never got any money. They didn't return to my lego box. I still don't know where they are to this day.
I accidently had my brother terrified of the tooth fairy because I told him that the tooth fairy came in and took your teeth and left money for them. So he believed that some big macho looking guy in a tutu with a wand would knock your teeth out and pay cash for them. He slept face down for a few years because of that.
That the tooth fairy drove around in her green Volks Wagon Collecting teeth from all the children.
When i was child i used to believe that when i lose one tooth, a little mouse will give me some money.
when I was little I believed that if I put a white stone under the pillow with my tooth I make more money
I used to beleive that a mermaid would be singing to you when u listned to a shell.
I used to think that the toothfairy was a crocodile.