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I used to believe that the moon was cheese and a rabbit lived there, sometimes I think it was true :)

Charly
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I used to believe all deer were girls, and all moose were boys.

Anon
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So, we had a dog named Rodin when I was a kid, and he was doing well until he got cancer. The only reason I didn’t kiss him goodbye before he was put down, was because I though cancer was contagious and didn’t want to contract it.

I had the IQ of a toothbrush. 😞

Black-Feather-Wolf
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I used to think a female daddy-long-legs was called a "mummy-long-legs".

Anon
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I saw a spider on the floor and thought it was a baby tarantula. We don't even get tarantulas where I live.

Anon
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For some reason I had two weird beliefs related to octopuses when I was about five (maybe four, maybe six but around that age). The first was when Dad told me that my aunt and her roommate were visiting and for some crazy reason, I thought that they'd bring an octopus with them.
The second was that I thought that at some point in history, an octopus had tried to be Santa but then realized it couldn't breathe air, so it gave up and let Santa do the present-delivering.

Anon
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When I was eight, I thought my dad could translate what the birds were saying. I have no idea why.

Anon
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When I was 7 years old, I used to collect slugs and snails in my grandparent's garden with my cousin (she's older than me), I don't know why, but we wanted to do a farming . We used to turn over rocks and take slugs and snails and classify them in different containers .
But one day, a slug stuck in my face but i've didn't see it. When my cousin noticed him, she yelled and hit me hard and swatted the slug on my cheek.
Now it's over, I promise to never touch slugs and snails again, because I'm afraid : maybe they will stuck everywhere !!

Lisa
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When I was young, I used to believe hamsters were able to talk because I saw the movie " Ratatouille" so I wanted to talk with my hamster.
One day, my mother saw me during my pseudo conversation and she told me that a hamster can't talk.
After that, I was crying.
Now, when I saw a hamster I think about this story.

Léonie
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top belief!

When i was little girls, i thought that the little mouse existed an i absolutaly wanted to see it with my own eyes ! So i put the tooth that i lost under my pillow and i waited for hours....Until i saw my mom enter in my room so i pretented to sleep then she slipped a coin under my pillow. The next morning , i showed the two euros coin to my mom and she said "oh ! the little mouse was go in you room ! " and i answered "the little mouse is very big !" in laughing.

Marie
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