ten random beliefs
I always saw a crocodile on the moon, none of this man-in-the-moon nonsense
My sister convinced me that tapioca was made with fish eyeballs.
There used to be a contest on the back of the Sunday Comics every week for kids - you would color the pic and send it in...they advertised the prizes, i.e. 50 barbie dolls, 30 tops, 25 toy cars, etc.
And I always was amazed and in awe that if I won I would win that many prizes and why did they send one person so many of the same thing! Unfortunately I never did win but it was many years before I figured that the numbers were the TOTAL of the various prizes they awarded! DUH!
I used to think I was the future queen of the world, but I was put in a "normal" family to grow up so I wouldn't get a big head. Everyone was aware of this, but had been instructed to go along with the farce to teach me humility.
i used to believe that if i was good at school, i had a chance of becoming the queen????
I used to believe that the dinasaurs aren't really extinct, that we are all really dinosaurs, but we're just asleep and having this incredibly realistic dream that we're people.
i used to think that the language pig latin was called pig latin because it was used by pigs
When I was very small, I thought that as we got older, we went back in time. So I figured I'd get to be a gladiator when I grew up.
I used to suck the ink out of markers, thinking it would give me super powers. Luckily, Crayolas are nontoxic.
My father believed that President Lincoln was famous for freeing the sleighs. Dad hypothesized they must have gotten stuck in a snow drift, and Lincoln went out and got them unstuck. Really.