ten random beliefs
I watched TV shows that sometimes had "applause" signs. I believed that the signs said "applesauce" and wondered why it would say that.
I used to hate eating turkey at christmas, so my parents told me that they were giving me "Churkey", a mix between turkey and chicken, so that I would eat it. I don't know how I fell for that one so easily!
I used to believe that if you opened up an umbrella inside your house that the whole house would fly away
When I was young, I believed that hours were square. Come to think of it, no one's ever proved to me that they're not.
I used to believe that tornadoes were giant slices of tomatoes that rolled across a farm. It wasn't untill I was five and saw the Wizard of Oz that I realized it was not a giant slice of tomotoe.
the country of singapore was a giant white dormatory where everyone lived together.
i don't know where i came up with this one.
When my baby sister was first born (and I was 4), my older sister convinced me that she was an alein because she had an "out-ie" belly button
I used to be terrified of colonial men in powdered wigs. I was afraid they'd make my mom and I wash dishes at their dinner parties. This was the most sinister thing I could conceive of, at the time.
I used to think that if you crushed unsugared corn flakes really good. That eventually it would turn into ground beef. That belief stemmed when I saw my dad make meatloaf when I younger.
Because cereal couldn't possibly be an ingredient to dinner.
I thought that the sign "!" meant: "look at the wonderful landscape"