ten random beliefs
I use to think that muffins were just giant mushrooms and I would ask why my dad he put butter on a mushroom every morning.
When I asked my dad why my grandpa divorced my grandma and married another woman, he told me that my grandpa realized that he had married the wrong person.
I understood that too literally.
For a very long time, I thought my grandpa mistook my grandma for another woman whom he had met before her.
Since we receive bread at Mass, I thought he was called "Jesus Crust" Seemed pretty obvious!
When I was 5, I thought the "restroom" was actually a place you went to take a nap.
When I was about 3 I got confused as to where food went. I thought my right arms would fill with apples, my left leg with peaches, and I had no clue what would happen when I ran out of room.
I used to believe that when a person got old, they turned Italian- as a child the only old people I knew actually spoke Italian, I had never come in contact with a non-Italian senior.
I thought that 'eating out' was when you were too big to eat inside the resturant so they served your food outside and you ate it there.
I used to think that God looked like the cartoon on the front of the Robin Hood flour bag. I always thought it was strange that God wore a green felt hat with a feather, but hey - He was God and He could wear anything he wanted to. Everytime my Mum had that bag of flour sitting on the counter, I always made sure to be on my best behaviour.
when i was little i thought that angel food cake was actuly made out of angels. lol my sister told me that when i was like 3 and i belived her! she said that it was made out of dead agels! i had night terrors about it and didnt go near ANY form of cake until i was like 9. that was when my mom told me the truth
For years I believed that cheerleaders had to have surgery to remove their hands and put pom-poms in. I vowed never to become a cheerleader -- Good thing too, I'm male.