ten random beliefs
When my son was little I would tell him, "I'm goning to give you back to the Indians". When he grew up he told me he used to look out the window to see if the Indians were coming yet.
I used to believe that my parents were aliens and that after I went to sleep they would shed their human costumes.
i became very excited and happy when, around the age of 10, i was diagnosed as having athelete's foot. my parents later explained it didn't mean i was then automatically considered an athelete.
When I was younger, I never brushed my hair. Now, when I was younger, I had this uncle who was incredibly bald. (Actually, he's still alive, and still quite bald.) My parents told me that when he was younger, he never brushed his hair, so it all fell out, and that mine would too. Needless to say, my hair brushing increased exponentially.
When i was little i used to believe that Peanuts were dried up potatoes. My mom told me otherwise when i was 10!
I used to believe that my dog could speak English, but he just didn't feel like it.
I used to believe that Elvis (a fat singer in a white suit) and Elvis Presley (a thin movie star) were two different people. I only ever saw both on reruns in the eighties, and didn't realize they were the same people until they made him into a stamp.
I used to believe that the Oscars were a pagan ritual aired on TV to try and get new members. Therefore, I was always afraid of the actors I saw recieving awards, because I thought they had become one of them and were now trying to get me to become a pagan as well by using subliminal messages whenever I watched a movie with them in it.
I used to believe that toliets ate you after you flushed them
I believed that the weatherman made the weather. The only excuse I got from adults was, "It has to rain, for the plants!" So, I thought the weatherman scheduled rain and I sometimes got quite upset with him bringing rain on a day I wanted to go outside!