ten random beliefs
I once found a silver eagle pendant in the playground at school. I took it home and got it hot over the stove and burned in into my hand. This, of course, would unleash eagle-like superpowers that would render me invincable forever. I told my best friend about it, and that I was even "starting to feel the power". I later hung up on her mom that was calling to ask me why her child was trying to burn herself. I still feel a little super.
this belief is not mine but my sisters (she is 5) when she discovered that our mom was cooking lasagna,she said "yuck, im not eating cat food!" when asked why she reffered to a Garfield movie she had watched !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I used to think one word in English was another word in another language.
I.E.- cat might mean hair
I would shout random words at my sister thinking I was yelling at her in French. ::shakes head::
When I was about eight, I was convinced that I was a part of someone else's dream. I was just sure that one day the person would wake up, and I would disappear.
I used to like to eat pats of butter when I was small, and my mother told me if I ate too much, a wall of butter would form around my heart and I would die.
I used to believe I could see air
I used to live near Windsor Castle in England. My parents both told me that all of the sheep on the reservoirs near to Windsor had crowns on their heads and of course, belonged to the Queen. Naturally, I believed them...
When I was about 6 I used to walk up and down in front of our reflective school hall windows pretending to be a reindeer. i thought that if i tried hard enough i could turn into one. i even used tot hink i could see my nose turning red and my body changing shape.
My daughter once asked if God was short for Godfrey
My Brother in law travels often for work, my nephew knew he left on an airplane and that he returned on an airplane. What he missed is that he ever got off and airplane. He thought when his dad went on a trip in an airplane he just flew around for the week and landed when he got home.