ten random beliefs
I used to believe my nieghboor jose invented the language spanish and he got rich and bought cars
When I was about 8 I mentioned to to my mother that the Rolling Stones song 'I can't get no satisfaction' was grammatically incorrect and that it should be 'I can't get any satisfaction'.
She explained that they were using poetic licence.
For years I thought there was a special government office where you could apply for a special licence to use incorrect grammar.
I also thought this applied to using the numeral 4 instead of the word 'for' on a 'for sale' sign.
That Hamstere are, genetically speaking, miniature bears.
Before the invention of the camera, everything looked like a cartoon with the quality/effect of oil painting.
I used to believe that Worzel Gummidge really did remove his head, and that he was some kind of undead monster. It really used to scare me.
I used to beleive that corn fields were called corn flakes so every time i saw the corn field i would call them corn flakes
When I was in second grade, my teacher was teaching us the months of the year by using the rhyme "30 days hath September, April, June, and November..." However, she kept saying "...MAY, June, and November..." My birthday happens to be May 31, and I spent several days believing that I had never been born.
When I was about 4 years old I used to believe that light colored foods (like popcorn, mashed potatoes) were "processed" into urine (because it was light colored) and dark colored foods were "processed" into poop (because it was darker). I didn't think solids or liquids had anything to do with it, it was all based on color.
I used to put a camera along my fireplace on Christmas Eve in hopes to tape Santa.
When I was a kid, I thought the stars in the sky at night, were the balloons people let go.