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i convinced my little brother when he was about 8 that if you put one of htows decritive marbil eggs in a sock and sat on it for a week you would get a marbil chicken. he then proceded to take the egg out of my hand martch in his room grab a sock and sat on the egg for 6 strate hours!
my brother once told me if u go within a metre of a pigeon then u wud die of a disease. i dnt think its true its probably not but i still wont go near em!
I used to believe that brown birds came from pakistan.
i once thought that birds were mammals but when i was 7 i
found out that they laid eggs!
I used to believe that birds poop in a toilet and live there.I believed that when I was 5.
this is not me but a friend of mine: I think she got it when she was little. she thinks that ostriches would come and peck her eyes out whenever she saw them. she still thinks that.
me and this other kid beleived u could hatch any eggs...so we went to the store and bought sum eggs to hatch them...but in the long run we only ate the eggs...yummy!
Birds in the sky would come down and attack me with their beaks.
in my child hood,when i saw the crane bird,i will rub my nails,bcos it will put flowers on our nails.so whenever i saw i will sing a rhyme"put me flower crane,put me flower crane,take me to heaven" this was my chilhood belief.
i used to think that birds were gods flying dingle berries
I USED TO BELIEVE THAT FEATHERS WILL BITE ME AND CHICKENS WILL EAT ME ENTIRLY.WHEN I WAS GONE AT MY GRANDMOTHER IN THE COUNTRYSIDE I WAS VERY,VERY SCARED.
THAT THE EGG CAME FIRST THEN THE CHICKEN !!!!!!
When I was little, I remember time and time again when I would be eating with my Gramma K, and I would drop something on the floor -- she'd pick it right up and eat it. I was in shock at first. She always said, tho, that after all, "We eat over at least a ton of dirt every day, so it doesn't really matter." Well, years later, after eating lots of stuff that had fallen on the ground and remembering her motto, I realized that "over" could mean "over the top of," as in: Under our feet. I didn't eat dropped food as freely after that insight.