ten random beliefs
When I was 5 or so my father took up curling at the local rink. For the life of me I couldn't figure out why he would go, since he was bald......As you can tell, I'm not a sports fan.
I used to believe that the lobsters inside of Aquariums in supermarkets were bought by people and kept as pets.
My dad told me that if you eat the seeds of a strawberry as a child, you wouldn't like strawberries when you grew up. I always felt sad whenever I ate strawberries.
I used to believe that if you were vaccuuming a patterend carpet, you couldn't leave the end of the hose in one place, otherwise it would suck the pattern off! I believed this up until I was about 21...
My grandmother told me that if I ate my carrots I'd be able to see in the dark. I was afraid of rabbits for awhile because I thought they were lurking in the dark watching me.
My mom told me that if i peed in the pool the water would turn purple and everyone would know it was me who did it. Needless to say i have never peed in the pool!!
I used to believe that when I grew up I could invent a new color and it would be number 65 in the crayola box!Because I saw colors other people could not see.
As a child I used to believe we had to seperate systems for digesting liquids and solids. I mean; they go in that way and they come out that way...only logical there are to stomachs then...
when I was a young man my dad convinced me that haggis's were little hairy creatures that lived on Scotish hillsides with legs that were shorter on one side so they could stand on the hill comfortably, how easily we are mislead :0)
my mom always told me that my eyes were bigger than my stomach and i took it literally. when we had share time at school that was always my go to answer "my eyes are bigger than my stomach" and this went on for years