As a child, she knew that animals would ablaze and that they could communicate with peolpe, could give wise advice and tell their adventures that lived in nature. She also believed that animals could take over human life and we could be their slaves.
Apparently, when I was three, I thought my pet frog was hugging the flies and not eating them. I don't know if it was because I was repulsed at the idea of eating the flies, didn't want to believe my frog was a killer, thought its way of eating them didn't look right, or a combination.
When I was a little girl, I used to believe that when we received a seagull dung we would be lucky. Except that the day I received one on my head it did not bring me any luck. So that now I hate seagulls!
When I was young ,and I used to take bath .....if there were lizards or any other insects .....I used to think ...they must be noticing that I am removing cloths .....they must tell others
At one point I thought that if you really kissed a toad it would not only become a prince 👑 but also bring you great/good luck
That unicorns were real. They simply had invisible horns that only people with special eyes could see
That when we went to the muesum the exhibits were their pets and they may they were dead because of the abuse they went through and they were all assudent murdered cuz they cannot take all of that abuse anymore went out of the mueseum in tears 😭 not in cheers then
When I was a child, I used to think that if you eat an animal, you become that animal
When i first heard of a silverfish, I thought it was an actual type of fish like a goldfish, except only silver colored. I thought there was a bronze fish too.
When I was really little, I was really afraid of camping outside because my older cousins would tell me a story about a wolf that eats babies. According to them, those wolves were near dangerous to little kids like me. They could unzip the tent from outside, they would drag me out by my shirt, and then they would eat me. I was so terrified and believed that for way too long!
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 used to believe that a 'wolverine' was the girl version of a wolf.
When I was little I believed that kangaroos were a kind of a dinosaur, because I had a toy dinosaur that looked like a kangaroo.
I used to believe that the moon was cheese and a rabbit lived there, sometimes I think it was true :)
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.
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.