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I used to think the smell of hoovering was sort of like makeup or talcum powder, although it's really just the dust.
I believe that when its dark in my room that when my parents would leave the room and I turned off my light everything would get spooky and under my bed there would be a monster that would look so CREEPY and would try and eat me when I was 4 years old since this was SCARY to me I put a bunch of ribbon on my body and this is why I now keep a flashlight in my room so when the lights go off I can put the flashlight on.
I used to believe that some crocodiles could come out from under the couch
I used to believe in monsters under the bed, for watching horror movies
When I was a child I used to believe that I could travel to Narnia through my closet and also think that if I broke my TV all my cartoons would come out of there.
When I was little, I thought that when it was dark in my room, there was a monster under my bed.
One day, I went to sleep, I ran to my bed to hide and I never looked below my bed because I was scared it would do something to me and that he would kill me.
Now I dream quietly in the dark. I tell myself I had a lot of imagination, and that it's not real!
I was staying at my grandparents' place and their spare bedroom has a large window leading to a huge (like the size of a room) abandoned aviary.
Well, I woke up in the night, looked up, and saw my reflection in the window. Being half asleep, I thought it was another person and shouted, "Ah! There's a girl in the aviary!".
When i was liittle girl, i used to believe, i think that below my bed there was a monster who was going to catch me during the night,
So I did not dare to take my foot off the cover so as not get caught before going to sleep. I always look below the bed to see if it was there and finally there was never anything to catch me and no one was under the bed,
I also think that playing them like in toy story is alive but it's another story,
I used to think that the bath support rail in my great gran's flat was some sort of emergency slide rail, and if she was suddenly hurt or even dead, an air ambulance would land on the roof and the paramedic team would slide through the ceiling, like with those sliding polls that you get in playgrounds!
I used to think that when you went in a lift, the doors would go up and down with the lift inside, and never understood why they were still there when the person was inside.