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I found out that the tooth fairy wasnt real by leaving a note under my pillow with my tooth, asking what the tooth fairies name was. I woke up the next morning to find out that the tooth fairies name was "Annabella" and she had the exact same writing as my mum. However I still played along with it for another year or so.

Margo
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when i was 7-8, after watching a cartoon i began to believe that if we put our broken tooth under the pillow when we are sleeping at night, tooth fairy will take it and leave a sum of money at the place. so i did as i saw. the next day i found 2 ringgit under my pillow. i was excited and continue for several months. one night, i left a message that read fairy please draw your look. next day i found the picture of fairy's look. it looked like my sister's drawing and finally found the truth

shampoo
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One time my dad said he say a light in my room. i thought it was the tooth fairy. I had many nightmares.

JEFF
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My nan used to tell me there were fairies living in the garden and they gave her three wishes...so she wished for love, luck and happiness. I still carry that thought with me everyday

Emma Lambert
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I beleived that I had some elves in the backyard thatvisited my sandbox. I would bring them food, clothing, fabric peices and build sand castles for them. They lived beyond a hole in our wooden fence in a dark wooded area in a large hole in the trunk of a tree. i drew pictures of their under the tree homes and came up with lots of ideas for what they were doing and how they survived. And I never saw them , but talked to them all the time. =)

fireflyest
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When I was really little I used to believe that dust particles floating in sunbeams were actually fairies.

John
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My friend said she was a fairy but when I asked her to fly as proof, she said that it would make her powers disappear because she "wasn't a very good fairy". I wasn't convinced.

Anon
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I used to believe in fairies, or little people that lived in flowers. I believed that they loved the rain. I would get excited when it rained and I would sit outside watching the puddles. I hoped that I could catch them when they would come for a drink of water. I used to build little stick houses hoping that I could attract one to me. I believed in this up until I was about eleven years old. I had a very vivid imagination, and I still do. I guess there is a part of me that would still like to believe in fairies.

Morrighan
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i always thought that there was a christmas fairy that lived with the easter bunny, tooth fairy and santa.

rudiger2
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when i was little, i was playing scrabble and was losing terribly, so made up the word "yumyoga". my friend and i made up this whole make believe tale of a place which we visited at night. to this day, i still remember the names of several makebelieve characters of which i told people, including my brother. my brother decided to humour me and made up his own world of "fish". one night we promised we'd take each other to our own magical lands. i spent hours hanging curtains and other material to form a sort of tent over the edge of my bed. i filled it with lights and bits of tinsel. telling my brother that he had to keep his eyes shut on the "journey" to yumyoga,(across the landing) i led him into the room... where he laughed at me for having gone to so much effort over something make-believe.

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I was always a little skeptical of the tooth fairy. I've always been pretty logical about things. One of my teeth were really loose but the stupid thing wouldn't come out. I spotted some Milk Duds (lol) and decided to see if those wouldn't take it out. They did and I was watching TV at the time so I just stuck the tooth in the mini Milk Dud box, put it on top of the shelf by the couch, and totally forgot about it. I told my mom the next day when I remembered about the tooth and told my mom. She said the tooth fairy would come that night. Well... she didn't. I still tell my mom to this day about how cheap the tooth fairy is while glaring at her. lol.

Haineko
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The laast tine I Beleived in the tooth fairie was when I left a doll house coated in detective glitter (foot prints would be in the glitter if the fairie showed up) at the foot of the bed. I Knew she wasn't there because the cookies weren't touched. I loved science as a child.

Anon
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When I was young, I would try to figure out how the Tooth Fairy got in the house. The only conclusion I could come to was that she land on the window sill and tear a hole in the window screen.

Silly girl
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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"!

Peanut, age 1-month-till-I'm-9
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I used to believe that tooth fairy gives me money when i left a tooth down my sheets

Ingrid Anini Lourenšo
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When I was a child my parents spoke: that if we put the tooth under the pillow the tooth fairy came and put money and took the tooth

john peres
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When I was youger, I used to believe tooth's fairy existed

Anon
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I used to believe that there were elves

flores jaime
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When I was younger, I used to believe that the tooth fairy stock all my teeth.

jean-edouard wola
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A belief from my childhood is the tooth mouse. My parents made me believe that if I took out a tooth, the mouse would take my teeth and leave me money

Jordan Granizo
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