I used to believe that seals were dogs that had amputated legs.
I used to believe that cow udders were hollow bags full of milk.Yet I knew that human boobs were solid
I used to think that unicorn existed and that they do rainbow poop.
Rabbits lay eggs
When I was a child I used to believe that A BLACK WITCH MOTH would make you go blind if you saw them. In fact I remember that once in elementary school, one flew into my classroom and most of my classmates left the classroom.
When I was a child I used to believe that there were dinosaurs living in the mountains near where I live.
When I was 7 years old, I used to believe that chicks were born from their mother's womb.
When I was 8 years old, I used to believe that mice were toys because I used to dress them in baby clothes.
I used to believe that animals in the past were company for man because today animals are like one more friend but when he grew up and took history classes he learned that they were the food of man.
I used to believe that a ferret was the hybrid of a cat and a hamster. I thought the reason they were so rare is because it's hard to breed a cat and hamster without them attacking each other.
I used to believe that the cows owned by my grandfather slept lying on the ground like a human at night.
I thought "carrot and the stick" meant laying a carrot out on the ground in front of the horse (which it'd walk towards) and laying a stick on the ground behind the horse (which it'd walk away from because it would hurt stepping on the stick.)
And I wondered, why would stepping on a stick hurt a horse?
I used to think mouse is really green.
When I children, I used to believe that the frog grew then was forming until that tunerd in a lizard
When I was a child, I believed that the little mouse Perez existed.
I used to believe that when i see a black cat, it represent bad luck
I used to think a concubine was some sort of porcupine.
I used to believe that you could stretch a rat's body to be super long.
I used to think that horseback riding was something belonging to fables and fairy tales, so when I discovered it was real and feasible my dream came literally true.
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.