ten random beliefs
When I was a kid, I used to think toothpaste was made from teeth. It made sense - where else would you get all the minerals and other stuff teeth needed? Besides, fish paste was made from fish, and meat paste was made from meat...
I used to believe that trains ran along the roofs of houses. I had yet to discover the concept of perspective.
When I was 4, and I was watching The Dick Van Dyke show on a small tv on the floor, I thought that if I turned the tv upside down, the people on the show would fall on the ceiling.
when i was little I used to believe that at night the sun flipped around and the moon was on the back of it and they would jsut rotate during day or night
When i was about 5, i remember sitting
at home on the telephone to my father
I was eating jam sandwiches at the time
and he told me that i hsould put
little crumbs down the leads so he
could taste it
i used to believe that this was true
every time i was ont the phone to some
one ans was eating something i used to
send crumbs down the telephone line
When I was little my sister told me that parents had eyes on the back of their heads, so they knew every time we did something wrong. I look for those eyes for years and never found them. Some how i still believed her...
I used to believe that the credits at the end of a movie was a list of people in that were watching it.
That the phrase "two peas in a pod" ment that when you became "best friends" with someone you were incased in a giant pea
You know how 4-lane roads have the three strips in the middle? I used to think that the wide strips were roads for invisible mice and the spaces between the strips were roads for invisible cats, I was really obsessed with small furry animals in those days.
I believed that the rain would melt everything...I was terrified to go outside in the rain!