ten random beliefs
Until very recently I beleived that "bread and water" was actually bread, with water mixed together into a icky mush.
I used to believe that if you saved the bits of crud that collected in your eyes overnight instead of wiping them away, they would eventually grow into a whole new eyeball.
Every day I would leave the 'sleep' in the corner of my eye until I got to school where I would hide it behind a door. I was hoping that eventually I would grow an army of eyeballs there.
I used to believe that all godfathers were Italian.
I remember that when I was little whenever I got in trouble my mom would tell me that she kept my reciept from the hospital and that she was going to return me for another baby if I didn't behave.
I thought change was the store's way of saying thank you.
In the song "Sowing The Seeds Of Love" by Tears for Fears there is a line "if you're a worried man, shout about it. For a long time I thought it was "If you're a wanted man, shout about it" and thought it was weird because if you were a wanted man I assume you wouldn't want people to know..
I thought it was illegal for women to use Just For Men hair coloring
when i first started school i thought the teachers lived in the school and slept on the tables.
When I was little, we lived near a catholic church. There was a sign on the sidewalk that said pedestrian crossing, so i used to think that a pedestrian was was what you called a person who went to church.
my dad told me that mountain sheep had legs shorter on one side so they could stand on slopes, but this meant if they turned around and tried to walk the other way, they fell over. i believed him