that bi-polar had to do with polar bears.
Wheen I was younger, I used to believe that animals understood me.
I used to believe that sea lions were actual lions that lived in the sea.
when i was little, i thought i was strong because i thought that my animals were speaking whith me, it is a good memory.
when i remember this because my animals never speak with me.
It’s amazing how we can believe something stupid
When I was a child I used to in the little mousse, I thought she came at night when I slept and she lift my cushion to go underneath and give a present. It’s a bittersweet memory because when I woke up, I was very happy but today I know my parents were the real little mouse
I overheard my grandfather ask, "Who owns the media in New Zealand?" but I thought he was saying, "Amelia". Amelia is his cat, and we live in New Zealand, so I was like, "You do!".
I used to believe that a 'wolverine' was the girl version of a wolf.
When we first got our cat, he was a claw and tooth ninja. I was also seven years old and going through the "pants are unnecessary" phase. So my mum tried to get me to wear pants by calling them "cat protectors", but I was worried that they'd make him run away.
When I was a kid I used to believe that earthquakes were caused by stranger forces like aliens' satellites :v
I thought dogs only peed on people in America! The reason for this is because there's a Garfield movie where they are visiting somewhere (I think Britain) and Odie plans to pee on somebody, but Garfield says, "Don't do the ugly American thing!".