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When I was younger I used to think that all the white horses were girls and all the black and brown ones were boys.
My cousin's husband lost the tip of one of his fingers in a work accident, but he used to tell all of us kids that a rabbit bit it off.
When I was 5, I really wanted to have a pet mouse. My parents wouldn't buy me one, so I constructed many different kids of 'mouse traps', hoping to catch a mouse and keep it as a pet.
One of the mouse traps involved a circle being drawn on the ground that the mouse had to stay inside until I could come get it in the morning. I wondered how I would get the mouse to stay there. My older brother suggested writing a message on the ground which said "stay here", but I said it wouldn't work - we had to write it in 'mouse language'. I then tried to figure out what "stay here" would be written like in mouse language.
When I was little, my dad would take me fishing. He would always tell me to put my hand over my mouth when I talked because the fish could read lips and understand everything that we said. After that, until I figured out that fish couldn't read lips that is, I was always very careful about what I said while we fished and kept my hand over my mouth at all times.
I used to believe that horse's penis is so big 24/7, not only while in erection, so every time I saw horse without long member hanging under belly, I was convinced it was mare!
That Rabbit shed their tail when the seasons changed.
Growing up, I was never allowed to have an inside pet.. But my stepdad was an avid hunter and we had lots of mounted heads and taxidermied animals in our house.. I believed they were my pets.. I would name them and pet them and talk to them all the time.. Let this be a lesson to all parents... Get your kid a pet..
i always thought that all animals could talk and wear clothes.i also thought that pictures watch us and that when there's bubbles coming from the waterjug,that there was a monster drinking water
A friend of a friend firmly believes that 'walrus' rhymes with 'cactus,' and since a cactus lives in a desert, a walrus must also live in the desert. She also believes Japan is the capital of Russia. She's in her 20's.
Ever since I was four, I would go into the woods around my house to look for unicorns every so often. No luck, of course. I carried the tradition over to our new house when we moved here when I was seven. I'm 12 now and I still think that I saw a flash of white and a glint of gold when taking a walk in the forest when I was 10...
Skunks smell bad because they eat garbage.
I used to believe that sheep were called b*st*rds, cos that's all I ever heard my mum and stepdad call them. So I'd be out with people and say "wow, look at all them b*st*rds over there!"
I used to beleive that animals that hibernated in the winter would just lay on the ground and fall asleep. That when the snow would hit them it would make them lose consciousness. I was afraid to walk around outside because I was scared i was gonna step on a bear or another animal.
Burned fish fingers ment the fish was from the black sea.
When I was a kid, I got a fake fur coat one Christmas. My dad told me it was my mink coat. So, for a couple of years, I believed that mink was synonymous with polyester. I told my friends this, and they chased me around screaming that I had killed a polyester for my coat.
I usied to believe that there were lobsters under my dads couch!!
I asked my dad what was in a manhole once when I was 5. My dad has a Northern accent, so when he said SEWER LINES, I thought he said SORE LIONS. I was scared to walk over one because I thought I could see lions licking themselves through the cracks and I thought they would pull me in and get me.
I used to think white cows were full of milk, black cows were empty, and black and white ones were half full.
I used to believe that the dancing rats from the nutcracker lived under my dresser.
I believed when young that horses with white faces were sick. My dad a great sense of humour