ten random beliefs
When I was about 4 we had a bathtub w/ feet. I would never ever go into that bathroom b/c I didn't want the tub to have any opportunity to chase me around.
When I was a kid I took two showers becaue I thought my hair was a plant and needed the water to grow
I used to believe that my life was the dream of a giant. I was terrified that he would wake up and I would die.
When I was around four, my mom overheard my little brother ask me "What is the difference between boys and girls." I told him I would show him. My mom trailed nervously behind US as I lead him to a mirror. Imagine her relief when I answered "Girls have barrettes in their hair."
when i was young i used to think that people on the tv lived inside it and if i went to close to it i would get sucked into the tv and be trapped forever.
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.
When I was very young, to get me to eat veal, my Mother told me it was chicken without the bone. Of course I believed Her until, at age 21 at my engagement party, I embarrassed myself by letting this gem loose upon a whole room of future relatives.
I used to believe that insects came from raindrops. Why? My Dad told me so. I had an arguement with my primary school teacher over it, and even her clever use of fact and logic wasn't enough to convince me my dad had fibbed.
my parents told me that santa hired elves that made cookies and built toys and they lived among us (i had discovered my uncle was dressed as santa one year) and so my aunt and uncle were secret "elves" and that was how there were so many santas in so many shopping malls, because the elves relayed the information back to headquarters. i couldn't believe i had elves in my family.
I used to believe as a child that t-storms (aka thunderstorms) where actually tea bags falling from the sky.