ten random beliefs
I used to think that vanilla was the absence of chocolate, not its own flavor.
I used to believe that someday my parents would turn our dirtly old basement into a roller skating rink and charge admission. To prepare for this, I tried to hang a Christmas tree ornament that looked like a ball from the basement ceiling.
I used to confuse the time of 'Lent' with the verb 'lend'. I thought that when someone gave up something for lent they would give it all to someone. I told myself that one day i would give up cough medcine and punish the greedy person who took everyone's sweets and cakes.
I used to think that the "government" were a bunch of people that worked underground and our poop went by them on a conveyer belt. Probably because I asked my dad where does my poop go when I flushed it? And he said the government takes care of it.
A method of discipline around Christimas time from my mother convinced me that Santa's elves were always watching me from behind clouds in case i did anything naughty.
When I was younger my father told me if I slept with my head under the pillow the tooth faries would kick my teeth in.
I used to believe that the world is a snow globe for giants and they would sit and watch us move around for their entertainment.
I used to believe that if someone offerered to give you their phone number, you would have to actually permanantly swap your home phone numbers. I liked my phone number, so I would always turn people down when they offered me theirs.
I used to think that singers couldn't talk-they could only communicate by singing.
When I was a toddler, my mom would tell me that if I was really nice to our cat, it would eventually start talking.