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I asked my older brother how cows were able to stand on a hillside without toppling over and they told me that the legs on one side of the cow were shorter than the other side. I believed him till I was 14 and saw a cow up close...
There was a pretty serious drought when I was young, in the 80's and my mom and dad used to have to go get our water from the "Water Buffalo" which is a Bulk Potable Drinking Water company. I thought they had brought in actual water buffalo, the animal and people were getting water from them, like milk from cows.
I thought this until I was in COLLEGE and got into an argument with my roommate about it because she didn't believe me, I called my mom to prove my point and was of course laughed at.
As a child I used to love playing outside until it got dark. At 6 PM bats come out and fly around, so my uncle, who always tried to get me indoors after dark, once said that those bats stick onto your mouth after 6 PM. Even now im really scared of them and I always cover my mouth whenever I see a bat.
My dad had me convinced that there were King snakes that lived in the rocks we used to climb at a local park, and that they could eat a person whole!
I used to believe that weasels routinely nested in the glove compartments of cars.
Haggis is a real animal. They live on hill sides in Scotland, they have two legs shorter on one side so they can stand up straight and not roll down, some have agacent sides shorter so they can face their friends.The leaders have tartan fur so they all know who the boss haggis is.
My sister carried on believing this til she was 24!!!
When I was a kid, I used to believe that if I stepped on a bug, it would step on me in the other world.
I used to believe skunks smelled all the time and that you could simply get it off by locking them in a perfume shop or forcing them to shower. I never realized that only their spray stunk until I was 9. Im 13 now.
I used to think horses were underwater cows. Yes. That is exactly what my sister told me, as an example of evolution.
I used to believe that my stuffed animals were alive, one time when I was 3 I don't know if it was a dream or it was real but the stuffed animals got up and walked towards me and I ran away so scared im 15 now and still have nightmares about stuffed animals, I hate them so much. Honestly I don't know of it really happened or if it was a dream I was so young but it's one of my strongest but scariest memories.
I used to believe that cows made cobwebs. See, we had cobwebs in the barn and spider webs in the house. I knew spiders made spiderwebs, so cows must make cobwebs - maybe I misheard the word?
I used to believe that a cow produced different kinds of liquids from every teat. There was light milk, whole milk, cream, and whiskey. Because that's what my dad told me.
My grandmother told me that if I ate my carrots I'd be able to see in the dark. I was afraid of rabbits for awhile because I thought they were lurking in the dark watching me.
I thought a Monkey was just a baby Gorilla and when they grew up their Tails fell off!
When I was little I used to love the My Little Ponies and their human friend, Megan. Since Megan's appearance would change in some episodes/movies, I used to believe that every girl that owned a horse or pony was named Megan.
When I was a kid my brother told me that elephiants eat their own poop and then poop it out and eat it over and over so if you had a pet elephant you would never have to feed it. I believed this for a while but then I asked "what would it eat the first time it eats" and my brother said you would feed it a poop starter pack and i believed it!
i belive every toy and stuffed animals is alive and moving and they just dont want to admitt it.
i used to believe that 'bobs your uncle' actually meant that bob is my uncle so when my sister said to me ba bla bla bobs your ucle i thought that my mates sister was my uncle (because her nickname's bob) LOL
I used to believe Dragons were real like Dinosaurs. I found out the other day they weren't.. Haha.
I used to believe that when people dissected frogs in school, the frogs were just sleeping. Like if they had an operation, the people would put them back together after the dissection and then the frogs would just go back to living their lives.