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Basil Sprig, author of The Triskaidek "Faerie is a more tortured, high-brow, European way to say it. Fairy is more street—more down to earth and more American."

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Shelbi "I like Faerie! It's just more cool."

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The Seattle Garden Gnome "I do not know which—I am just a gnome. And sometimes Santa."


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Mysterious vampire-fanged girl, sitting up in a tree "Grrrrrrrr-ick-aaah-ticck-ticcka-ticcka-waaaaa?"


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Ginger and Allen "Oh, Faerie or Fairy—it doesn't really matter."


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Elise "I've seen it most as Faerie. It's the more medieval way to spell it."


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Veronica, volunteer at Ginger's Pet Rescue "AE—I'm older, and I get that."

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(L-R) Lieolani, Shyla, and Mer-Fairy Katrina "Faerie looks more whimsical. But I'm not sure because normally I'm a mermaid in a merfolk pod."

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Keith "Faerie is more classic. Or even classy."


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Wizard Bill Beaty "Faerie is kinda archaic. Fairy is more modern, American, and colorful." Wizard Bill Beaty's parrot, "Caaaaaw-Aaaawk!"


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(L-R) Neil and Harper "Fairy is far too popular." "Faerie harkens back to it's origin "FAE"—and 'tis more honorable a word."