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when i was like 5-6 and i still believed in the toothe fairy i used to try and make little houses for her (god those took me like a month to make) and whenever they were gone i thought that the toothfairy probly took them back to fairy land (wich i also thought was in my back-yard) but them one day the evil dentist pulled out 5 teeth. i was so devastated and i thought i had to make 5 houses so i stayed up really late making them and then my dad comes in and im still sitting on the floor building stupid houses , so being how stupid i was i instantliy thought my dad was the tooth fairy! but thats not it the next day we had to write a paper about what our parents did and guess what i put down, THE TOOTH FAIRY! i was so proud of it until my teacher wrote on it "please see me with your dad." *hehe*

chloe
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I used to go around tapping on tree trunks when I was little because I believed that if I could just find the right one, I would knock on the door that led to fairyland. It amused my parents, but they never took away my belief. It faded away on its own.

Lorene
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I believed like many other children that the toothfairy came and collected my teeth when I lost them, but what I also believed was that if I let the teeth lay on the bathroomfloor for a long time I got more money.

Ida
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I thought the tooth fairy and the man in the moon were the same person.

Michelle
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I caught my dad putting money under my pillow when I lost a tooth. I asked him if he was the tooth fairy and he told me no, he was the Good Wood Fairy, and it was his job to try and steal the money that the tooth fairy left, but since I woke up, I got to keep my tooth money. After that, I always made sure to get up early after I lost a tooth to give the Good Wood Fairy less time to steal my money.

Lindsay
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when i was about 5, my best-friend at the time, Chelsea, told me that her mom was the tooth fairy, now being an idiot child like i was, i actually thought SHE was the tooth fairy and i was scared of her so much. i made my mom put my tooth outside the door in the hallway bcuz i was dead scared she would come into my room with her cigg and blow smoke in my face and id die....go figure

Cassie
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I used to think that the tooth fairy was invisible and would come in the night, take your teeth, and then puch your mouth to make more loose!!!

Liza
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My mum used to tell me that when the clouds were sitting low to the ground on frosty mornings it was because the fairies had been out late the night before and had not woken up to lift up the clouds yet. I believed this for quite a while.

Sezza
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When I was little, my parents told me that there wasn't a tooth fairy, they said instead, there was a tooth mouse...so they told me to put my tooth in a shoe by the side of my bed, and then in the morning the tooth mouse would have left me some money. Apparently the mice had there own kingdom made out of teeth, and they slept in shoes, they sold my teeth to other mice for cheese...and I actually believed them!

Natalie
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When i was little i thought i saw an elf on mount caddillac in Acadia National Park in Maine. so i thought that was north pole.

I still to this day think i saw that elf, i sware, it popped out from behind a rock!

Anon
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I use to believe in the toothfairy until i found all my missing baby teeth in my mom's jewlery box drawer.

Ashley Bailey
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I used to believe that the fairies wrote letter to me, and that they worte them out relly small then flew round and round them until they got big enough for me to read.

It took years for my mum to tell me it was really her....

H
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One year I actually lost my tooth as in I couldn't find it to put it under my pillow. I was so sure that I wasn't going to get any money because of it. My mom finally had me write the Tooth Fairy a letter explaining what happened so that I would stop freaking out.

Raku
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i use to believe that you could catch little leprechaun on st. patricks day. My teacher in kindergarden on march 17th pulled out a brown paper bag all blown up. She said there was a leprechaun in it! But when she opened it up it was gone. She blamed the hole that existed in the bottom of the bag. I believed her.

Trakker
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I used to believe in unicorns. Whenever we'd take a long trip, I'd look for unicorns in the woods. Sometimes I'd pretend they were running beside the car and I'd think to them, run faster, or, we're stopping at the gas station, meet me there so I can pet you. When we'd get there, I'd realize all the other people scared them and so they wouldn't come.

T.R.
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I was a suspicious child. I started wondering whether the tooth fairy was real or if it was just my parents putting money under my pillow, so I decided to test it out. The next time a tooth fell out, I didn't tell them, but just put it under my pillow. The next morning, there was no money! That day I pretended to my parents that the tooth had just fallen out, and the morning after that, there was the money under my pillow. Proof that my parents were behind the tooth fairy scam!

Barbara
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When I was in secand grade, my sister told me that the fireflys were faeries. Of course, I belived her. One day I caught one, and showed my sister. She told me it would put a curse on me. I got so scared I slept in my closet.

kill_the_ders
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I used to believe that the tooth fairy used teeeth as money, and I began to worry that if she got poor, she might steal all my teeth through the night.

Ness R
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i used to believe that the tooth fairy would hurt me... i never left my tooth under my pillow.. or even in the same room as me, or same floor

Julie
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I used to beleive that the tooth Fairy was off on monday nights, turns out my mom didnt have time to change the tooth for money that night lol
from that day on i never put a tooth out on a monday LOL

Joeycules
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