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I believed in elves and fairies and one night a bunch of neighborhood children and I went to a toadstool ring under a full moon and we saw them dancing!
So...I still believe!
I used to believe that the dew you would see on the grass in the early morning were fairies sitting in the lawn.
I used to believe that in the tooth fairy took all your teeth and built a tooth city for her to live in!
when i was little i used to set traps for the tooth fairy whenever i lost a tooth so i could have the tooth fairy grant all my wishes
I used to believe that the Tooth Fairy made dollhouses out of the teeth she collected. I do not know why I believed this. :)
As a child I was taught that the tooth fairy would buy our teeth so she could add them to her crown.
I cried on my 15th birthday because i was too old to be taken to neverland.
When I was younger, despite what my dad said, I thought the tooth fairy was greedy and evil. I was positive that she took all the teeth and used them to build giant mansions.
When I was a child I used to believe that if you left your tooth under the pilow the tooth fairy would give you money.
This is a very elaborate belief that my mother fed me for some reason. It started when I was about six or seven and went on until I was *twelve*, although by then, I was starting to have my doubts.
She claimed that between dinner and bedtime, two to six "dream fairies" would fly around our roof and that each one was a centimeter high, and that at night, they'd sprinkle fairy dust on me and if the dust was gold, I'd have magical dreams, if it was silver I'd have "sleepy-dreamy dreams" (?), and if it was rainbow-colored, I'd have adventurous dreams. She also claimed they could mix fairy dust together to have a combination of those themes, that nightmares were brought by a different set of creatures, and that the more surreal parts of my dreams were their doing.
However, there were a few drawbacks according to her: if I shouted, they'd fly away but might come back, and being kissed goodnight specifically by her or Dad helped them stay and if I was kissed goodnight enough times, they could stick around even if I didn't get a kiss one night. She also claimed that my cat plushie's job was looking for them.
She said that there were these other fairies who were hybrids of them and the Tooth Fairy called "tinkly tooth fairies" that cleaned people's teeth who had forgotten their toothbrushes.
My cousin also believed in dream fairies, although he thought that they poured "dream goo" in your ear and that's where *all* dreams came from. He also thought that if you drank "dream goo", it would taste like cherry-flavored rum and you'd pass out but then have only good dreams. (I never bought that).
The weirdest part was that my dad also said something about dream fairies and he's not even superstitious or anything.
I actually used to believe that there was a fairy called 'Fairy Nuff'. When people said 'Fair Enough' I thought that they were referring to her/it.
When I was little I used to believe that when I blew bubbles, there was a little fairy inside each one that would be set free once the bubble finally popped. I suppose I got this idea from seeing Glinda the Good Witch come out of that big pink bubble in The Wizard of Oz.
When I was younger every time I lost a tooth I would get a tiny letter that I had to read through a magnifying glass that the tooth fairy himself had signed! I heard some kids saying the tooth fairy was a girl, while mine was named Victor, so I asked my grandmother and she said that there were a lot of tooth fairies, and that she was a close personal friend of all of them. I still don't know how those tiny letters came about.
I thought that there were elves in my pillow so the pillow case flap had to face the outward side of the bed. they never did harm just didnt want em crawling around.
To this day when i find i cant sleep, i check "the pillow case flap" and its usually facing INWARD. I turn it around and i fall right asleep. lol... go figure.
When I was a little child, I used to believe that an extraordinary being really existed.It was "Tooth fairy" in spanish "raton de los dientes". I always expected him to come and leave a dollar coin after I put my fallen tooth under my pillow. He never left anything, though.
I Used To Believe In The Scab Fairy, That She Would Pay You In Return For Those Scabs!
I used to believe that if you point at somebody you make holes in the air and the fairys fall over
I believed a star that I later found out was the planet Venus was the Tooth Fairy
When i was about five i believed that when you stared at a bright light for a long time then looked away the coloured lights before your eyes were faires,i explained this to my sister my mum walked in one morning to find us jumping up and down on my bed trying to catch them.
When I was young I used to believe that the tooth Fairies all lived under the holly tree in my garden and used my teeth for their furniture, but whenever I tried to see them under there they had just popped out. They were out alot suprisingly.