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when i was a little girl i believed that the veils on a nun's habit were nailed to their heads and that they were all bald underneath it and that they slept in it and never took it off! that is what my brother told me. at religious instructions class i asked a nun if it hurt when they pounded the nails in. she took me aside into a cloak room and took off the veil to reveal her beautiful long hair

annie (from religion : church)
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I have a distinct memory of sitting on the school bus coming home from kindergarten one day and being absolutely convinced I was going to die. Why? Because the bus driver was drinking from a can of Coke and I knew from PSAs on television that drinking and driving killed people.

Kristina (from transport : cars)
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I used to believe that it was safe to be in the basement during tornadoes because tornadoes didn't have legs to walk down the stairs.

Anon (from nature : disasters)
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I remember hearing a series of newscasts about a dangerous power plant, some trouble with a power plant, and I thought that it was a big green angry plant (you know, the kind of plant that grows in soil) and that it was throwing a tantrum of some sort and everyone was afraid of this powerful angry plant. I can still see the image I had in my mind of this big plant thrashing its leaves, with people running in fear or else trying desperately to placate it.

Alison (from nature : plants)
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I used to believe that motion-sensored toilets were in fact live-feed camera that were remotely-controlled by someone. The controller would then remotely flush the toilet when he/she saw that person was done using the toilet. Obviously, I would feel embarrased using a public restroom knowing that someone was watching me as I went to the bathroom.

Tommy (from toilets : fear of)
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When I was a little girl, I used to think that Daddy's turned into Santa Clause. My father dressed up as Santa one year.Later that day, I walked passed the bedroom and saw him taking the beard off. Instead of assuming Santa wasn't real, I just thought that he had turned into Santa.I just knew I had the Secret to Santa Clause. I told all of the kids at school.

Anon (from make-believe : father christmas)
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LOVED this site! My Mom used to set up our plastic bowling pin set in the long hallway in our house when it was storming, and when we heard thunder it was because an angel had bowled a strike! Years later I learned she did it because she was frightened by storms.

SueB of Blondin Blogs (from nature : thunder & lightning)
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I thought that the stripes of the zebra crossings was from a squashed zebra

Helen (from neighbourhood : in the street)
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My dad told me the hazard light button was actually for the ejection seat. And we didn't know which one it ejected. Thanks Dad.

Anon (from transport : cars)
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when i was little i thought that little alligators would come out of the toilet after flushing it. Every time i used the bathroom i would run out immediately after flushing!

say.impg (from toilets : fear of)
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