ten random beliefs
I used to believe that expired milk came from expired cows.
When I was little, I would bike past the City Motor Company on my way to the library. However, I thought it was the City MURDER Company. I was scared to go past it for years.
After my Grandad died, I thought at night he was in my wardrobe, and would be hanging up by a coathanger behind my snorkel parker.
I believed that leaves on trees only became individual when you you close to them, and then I got glasses.
In my house we always had a large family Bible. When I was little I always belived that the Book Luke was named after Luke Skywalker in Star Wars.
My brother told me that if I breathed while driving past a cemetery I would die. So for years and years I would hold my breath. My dad thought it was funny to slow down and drive really slow past big cemeteries just to see me squirm. It became such a habit that it took me years to stop doing it as I would do it subconsciously.
my mum used to say to me shut the door or you will let a draught in, but i thought she was saying giraffe, and i was terrified that giraffes must be on the loose and very dangerous!
i used to think that all people who wear glasses were left handed, because my mom wears glasses and is a lefty and my sister is ambidextrous and wears glasses. there were the only two people i knew with glasses and were leftys so i just assumed that everyone else was the same. but then in first grade my friend sitting next to me was writing with her right hand and i said to her but you have glasses you cant be right handed and the teacher heard me say it and said so what? anyone can wear glasses.
When I was little I use to think that Airplanes in the sky was really a flying McDonalds....I don't know why I use to think that, but my guess is that my sisters got me believing it, they where always up to no good!
When I was 5,I used to believe that hitch-hikers were actually directing traffic, helping drivers by showing them the way to go. One morning on my way to school I decided to stick my thumb out to "help". I couldn't understand why all these cars kept pulling over - and why the drivers were getting annoyed when I walked away!