ten random beliefs
I used to believe that anything that got sucked up by a tornado stayed up there until a hurricane came and put everything back.
I used to believe when I was three that when sausages sizzled it meant they were farting.
i used to believe that there was a tiny creature in that box with the button you press to cross at the lights, and every time you pressed the button it gave him an electric shock.
therefore i believed that pressing it heaps of times made him hurry up and change the lights
I used to believe that toilets on the airplane would empty out its "contents" from the into the sky and i would feel so sorry for the poor guy that would get poo falling from the sky landing in their backyard. So naturally I wouldn't use airplane toilets to reduce the amount of crap falling from the sky.
My dad used to say that the rats in the sewer are having a party when he had a pee when he got drunk,cause there was alcohol in his pee. I believed it so much that every time he said it, I went and threw lots of peanuts and crips down the loo. Well, no party without nibbles..!!!! I was only about 4 or 5.
I used to believe that The Horse was The Cow's husband, and that it produced chocolate milk.
When I was a kid i used to believe that cows had a fridge in there stomach and thats where they got there milk. :)
when I was little I slept with about 27 stuffed animals in my bed at one time to protect me from the evil monsters under my bed. (I am not joking about the 27 stuffed animals, they were all ranging in size) and when I fell asleep the stuffed animals would "wake up" and have a dance party in my room. when a monster came out from under my closet they would stop dancing and start fighting the monster until it went away. My stuffed animals were Karate ninjas.
For some reason I thought the agitator of a washing machine was properly called "a donkey". I developed my own theory to explain this. I thought that in the days before electricity, people would run their washers by having a donkey run 'round the machine in circles and generate power. Then, the agitator in a modern machine was named in honor of the faithful clothes washing donkeys of old.
I used to believe 'three bean salad' was an extremely small entree because it contained only three beans.