ten random beliefs
I used to believe that my teeth were in endless supply and would fall out of my head for the rest of my life. I didn't know who the Tooth Fairy was, but she was going to help me buy alot of candy.
I used to believe that if you turned the thermastat temperature above 70 degrees that everything would melt.
I used to think that funeral homes fulfilled the same function as nursing homes, only they has a much less euphemistic name.
I Used To Believe That Bananas Turn People Into Monkeys. My Brother Told Me This. He Told Me That The Little Monkeys Were Kids That Ate Bananas. So I Don't Eat Bananas.
When I was little, I overheard my grandfather persuade my cousin to eat spinach by promising him it would put hair on his chest. Being a five year old girl, I was horrified by this notion. I refused to touch the stuff until I was nearly thirty.
I used to think that when people were immersed in the baptistry at church, the floor under the water would open up and these big metal clamps would grab them and pull them below the floor. Simultaneously, a robot that looked exactly like them would pop up from under the water. Then the robot would take their place in life, but nobody except the pastor knew about this.
i always said that i hated fish, until my nmum told me the truth when i was nine. those 'special chicken' sandwiches i loved so much were in fact tuna mayonnaise
When I was a kid my brother told me that elephiants eat their own poop and then poop it out and eat it over and over so if you had a pet elephant you would never have to feed it. I believed this for a while but then I asked "what would it eat the first time it eats" and my brother said you would feed it a poop starter pack and i believed it!
When I was about 11-12, my aunt said that she wanted me to pull the plug if she was a vegetable in a hospital someday. She didn't want to live that way. I was horrified, because I believed that family members literally had to unplug the hospital beds from the walls themselves and I didn't think I could do it.
I used to believe I could see air