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***I used to believe that if you hurt a bird that anoother bird would get mad and try to attack you

C H R I S T E N
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Well, my friend who is also 13 still believes if you put a chicken egg in the ground a chick will grow, me: ???. I said ur not using MY chicken eggs, because i have a coop of chickens in which by the way are almost better than dogs!

lolo AKA lauren at 13 yrs
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Remember 'Birdie' from McDonalds? We had a yellow budgie called Birdie, and I thiught it was the same one!

sparky
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When Iwas little I thought I could Talk to magpies

Magpie talker
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i used to belive that if you screamed near a pigeon it would poo on you my mum said i should try it

Anon
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When I was little, a family friend showed us her chooks. She said that she thought they were girls, but turned out to be boys. I misunderstood and thought that chickens were magical creatures that could change their gender whenever they wanted.

Flicky
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I used to believe that to see the following birds meant .....one bird...a sorrow
two....ajoy three a disappintment
four....a boy
five.....a letter
six......a kiss
seven....a better
eight ....a wish and so on.each number of birds had its corresponding meaning and a flock of birds could be wished on and bring news mostly apleasant surprize.HOWEVER,even though it ryhmes I am very cross with the person who taught me these silly superstiotions because I canīt get them out of my head and whenever the number3 comes up I expect disappointment.

melanie
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when I was little I thought ravens watched over me, because they were usually bad luck signs and people also didn't like me.

Orevet
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haha! there was a time when i was younger when i turned around to my mum and said: "if there is a brown bird, does it mean they are from pakistan?" my mum told me when i was older and i feel so ashamed...

g e e !!
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I used to believe that a sparrow is a baby of a pigeon, but I never didn't understand why the sparrows do not turn into pigeon! Now I know, they do not eat enough, so their bodies are weak :)

Hrvoje, Croatia
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I used to believe that those little sparrows that hung out with the pigeons were baby pigeons! Meanwhile, baby pigeons can't fly (they stay in the nest until they spread their wings) which is why we never see them.

Norma
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penguins are over six feet tall

Betty
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I used to beleive that birds were animals with high intelligence and that they'll rule the world and wipe out man kind as we know it!!!!!.........they didnt

birds are unintelligent
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I used to believe that when if I stood outside for too long in one spot and there was a bird flying overhead that it woudl poop on my head.

Chunky Farts
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i believed all sparrows(spyugs) were baby pigeons and seagulls

Anon
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When I was around 5, my parents brought ducks home. They said that it would be my pet. The next day they were butchering and cooking it. I asked "What did they ever do to you?" and didn't get a good response. I never ate duck (or didn't like to eat it) ever again.

Viet
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When I was kid, I used to believe that I saw a magpie in the morning, that day come good news to me.

xorud2
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In my country, there is a desert called "bird milk" or something like that.(can't translate exactly).When i was little my mom always had me capturing some birds for her to make that sweet stuff. I was wondering about how she managed to get milk out of the birds, but I always managed to catch some for her. Now I can't remember how i got to know the truth...Anuway...it was cool.Peace.

Danny
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Well this fourth grader at my school was begging for a chicken egg from my coop. I ask if he had an incubator, he said he would leave it in the sun. I said okay.......and you need water so the embreyo doesnt dry up, he said he had a pool in his yard.....-_-

lolo AKA lauren at 13 yrs
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My grandfather told me if you put salt on a goose'es tail feathers, you could catch it. I pestered my father until we went to a lake in Orlando and tried it out. I was 6 years old and totally believed my grandfather. My father finally managed to catch a mud duck, where else, but in the mud! I wonder what my father said to my grandfather about that!

Beth
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