ten random beliefs
My brother, Paul, used to believe that hand dryers in public toilets were actually dragons and hence had a pathological fear of going into the loos in case he got eaten!
behind the times ment behind the newspaper!!!!!!!
When I was 4 I overheard my mom talking to my dad about a doctor's appointment she had. I asked her if she was going to see Dr. Pepper, as I believed this was the only doctor there was.
I asked my parents why so many roads in California were named after the Prime Minister of Israel (at the time, Menachem Begin). I had observed that almost every freeway we drove on was marked by a big sign saying "Begin Freeway".
The inside of my bedroom closet was covered with wallpaper that had rows of tiny geometric designs. I was convinced these markings were Egyptian hieroglyphics and when I deciphered them I would become rich and famous.
My Mother used to tell me that the water towers on the side of the highway were huge public swimming pools. I also used to beg her to take me there. I dreamed it was the greatest place to swim on Earth! She always told me she would take me there if I was a very good girl. Too bad I never made it...Love ya' Mom!
when I was younger I used to think there was a ghost in my laundry room name smokey so i never went in there as a child and when i did i made my little brother go in first.
I used to believe that baby oil came from squeezing babies
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.
My dad once told me that water reservoirs were paddling pool in the sky , I used to shout out paddling pool when I saw one