welcomeI Used To Believe is a funny and bizarre collection of ideas that adults thought were true when they were children. It will remind you what it was like to be a child, fascinated and horrified by the world in equal parts. The following pages will reassure you that the things you used to believe weren't so strange after all...
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When I was little, I thought that falling stars were really stars falling. So in the hopes of seeing a falling star, I'd often pick a random star and stare at it hoping it would fall.
I used to believe that coffee was toxic to little kids, and that if you drank it before you were 16, you would die
When i was a a kid i thought the tooth fairy was really real
When I was child I used to believe some wolves want to eat my foot when my foot go's out from blanket . For that I used to use blanket even in summer.
when i was i child i used to believe that everyday there was a new sun in the sky.
I used to believe that "paparazzi" was a Italian word that chefs said when they were making pizza. I stopped believing when my mother and my sister were talking about paparazzis. I asked what it meant, and they said that it is a photographer who takes pictures of famous people.
I used to believe that all DVDs contained the characters inside them. When you played the DVD, the characters would come and act like they are on a play. This belief disappeared when I found out how DVDs and videos work, when I was around 8 or 9 years old.
I used to believe that if I didn't sleep with all my stuffed animals and love them equally, then the ones not being loved as much would feel neglected and kill me
I used to believe that "sue" meant murder, so in movies when someone is getting sued I got really confused
I used to believe that the handicap symbol with the man sitting on the wheelchair was a man sitting on a toilet so I always got confused when I saw the handicap parking areas.