ten random beliefs
We lived across the street from a restaurant and one day their sign said the special was "Half Baked Chicken" Yewww - who wants half baked half raw chicken!!!
When i was smaller, I used to think that milk was white cow urine. I didn't know cows did not pee through their utters at that age! This idea led me to wonder wether or not other animals' urine is nutritious...
Olivia Newton John did sing let me hear your budgie talk! didn't she
WHEN I WHAS A KID I COULDENT READ THAT GOOD SO IN THE END OF A MOVIE WHEN THE CAST CAME I TOUGHT IT WHAS "CATS" AND IT MENT OF ALL THE CATS IN THE MOVIE
I told my son that when he lied, something changed in his eyes and that's how I could tell when he wasnt telling the truth. My son later went to the bathroom mirror and looked deeply into his own eyes while telling himself lies to see what it was that changed in his eyes.
I used to believe,that pickles were made from frogs backs.Both green and both bumpy...Also used to believe that root beer was made from cat tails(the weed in swamps)..
In Kindergarten a girl had stopped coming to school and we later learned that she had moved. I didn't know that "moved" meant "moved to a different house", so I thought that if I sat still for a very long time and then suddenly moved my body really fast it would mean that I didn't have to go to school anymore.
I used to believe that if I farted in the toilet the water would collect the scent. I frequently visited the washroom simply to flush my farts away.
When I was little, I was always happy to have the top bunk so that in case a volcano erupted nearby, then I would be safe from flowing lava.
I grew up near Chicago.
I got word definitions mixed up a lot as a child. I remember mixing up "ancestors" and "maggots". I'd lift rocks in the yards and point at all the little white buggies and tell the neighbor kids they were my ancestors.