ten random beliefs
i used to believe that a carreer as a super hero was possible
I once believed that because I drank much milk if someone by chance hit me with a sledgehammer nothing would happen.
We all know what going to the toilet and defining what #1 and #2 are, well, I believed that diarrhea was #3 as it seemed to combine 1+2. I actually thought there was a human body short circuit where the two were getting combined internally.
When i was 9, I used to beleive that you would go to hell if you didn't say the lords prayer three times just before you died. The lords prayer had to be the last thing you said .. and you had to say it in full three times.
I used to wander around saying it under my breath just in case something happened to me too quick and I didn't have time to say it.
I must have looked pretty damn strange.
I never used to like boiled eggs so my Mum told me if i don't eat it quickly the chicken will hatch and eat me. I only recently found out that chickens are vegetarians!
i used to belive that when i flushed a bug (dead or alive) down the toilet, the next time i went to the bathroom it would be there waiting for me to sit down and then it would crawl up and bite my butt.
so now everytime i kill a bug i stomp on it really hard and trow it out. but now im scared that if it doesn't die when i stomp on it it will crawl out of the garbage and come up to my room.
So, i just make my little sister kill the bugs now. She either throws it outside or she puts it in the next door neighbors garbage = )
When my Nanny used to point out an obituary of someone she knew in the paper, I used to believe that the undertaker at the funeral home somehow propped open the dead guys eyes for his picture!
I used to believe a honeymoon was when newlyweds flew up to the moon and scooped honey off the moon to keep it in a jar forever.
When i was little i had a fish named beebay. When he died, i told my mom to put him in the freezer because i didnt want him to die and that some how the freezer would help. I found him years later still frozen solid in the back corner.
Until the age of 12, Richard Branson was the lead singer of The Bee Gees. No one told me this, I must have just seen the whole blonde hair and moustache/goatee affair and presumed. I was gutted when I found out, mostly because I found out by confidently telling all my friends and then being mocked for a few years.