ten random beliefs
When I was a kid, I used to believe that ducks walked across your face at night and poop, and that's where eye crusties came from. I used to try and stay up as late as I could to try and see the duck.
I always thought that Osama and Obama were the same people. Imagine my suprise when he ran for president! I was so confused until my parents explained to me they were different people. I was 13 at the time.
i used to think that what age you were was the time you went to bed, so 7pm when 7 years old, 8pm when 8 etc. - i couldn't wait for my 12th birthday.
When I was little and everyone would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up ... One day I responded excitedly with, "I want to be a Hooker!"
Of course everyone was shocked. *Ahem* I of course was talking about TJ Hooker!! The police show that Heather Locklear was on back in the 80's.
I used to believe that a "No Loitering" sign was "No Littering", inexplicably spelled with a Brooklyn accent.
I used to believe that the loser of the Presidential election became the VICE President.
When i was smaller, I used to think that milk was white cow urine. I didn't know cows did not pee through their utters at that age! This idea led me to wonder wether or not other animals' urine is nutritious...
When I was about 6, I was convinced that I was a talking super hero cat called Tabitha. My Mum was so concerned that she took me to see a councilor.
My mother told me that Hershey chocolate bars were made at three mile island and that they were radioactive. This was just after the meltdown was in the news. A very effective method of curtailing my desire for the candy when we went to the store. Years later I asked her why she made up the story and she claimed that she never said it.
My sister, who started school four years ahead of me, was driven to school in a car pool. I couldn't wait to start school because I thought it was a swimming pool on wheels, and we got to go swimming to and from school every day.