I used to believe that there was a person in the mirror who looked exactly like me
When I was a child I used to think that my reflection in the mirror was a person copying my movements and whenever I passed in front of a mirror I tried to see if I could catch him "off guard".ðŸ˜‚
i thought there was a possibility of a parallel world, so i was fear about if the me in the other dimension would like to come in our world by the reflection of the miror to replace the current me, it's why i actually don't have mirors in my house.
When I was little I used to believe that mirrors were just portals to other dimensions and the other you was just blocking the path for you to get in.
I used to think that bloody mary would pull me into a mirror and I was SOOOOOO scared (elementary school age) I was almost driven to insanity, and my dad used t make me sit with my back to a mirror which made it worse but I got over it slowly in about 6 months.
My older brother told me you could jump into a mirror and go to an alternate universe. I thought that the alternate universe would be cool and interesting, so we both jumped into the bathroom mirror and got injured.
I used to think that mirrors were recording devices that made videos of you, rather like a video camera. I used to do lots of posing in mirrors, but not because it made me feel pretty- because I thought it would record a video of me and then giant people would watch it. I wanted to impress them!
I used to believe that the mirror is a parallel universe. My reflection was my best friend. Nevermind, I still believe it. She's still my best friend.
When I was a child I was afraid of mirrors, I believed that would appear a monster and kill me
In kindergarten my friend told me, that if I looked in a mirror before going to bed, it would suck me in. I believed her, and I was terrified for years.
I used to believe that mirrors are doors to a world of opposite chirality, but we cannot cross it because our counterpart is also doing the same and both are pressing against each other.
I used to believe I could not look in the mirror if it was midnight.My friends used to tell me I would see a ghost..
i use to think, mirrors were like doors to this other world in heads and could travel to other places through them
When I was about five, I asked my mother why a vanity table was called that. She told me it was because girls who looked in the mirror too frequently became vain. For a few years I ran my parents' bedroom in fear that I would catch a glimpse of myself in the vanity mirror!
For years I was terrified of mirrors. I was a big alice in wonderland fan, even though it scared me! I thought that if you slept with the miror facing you, you´d be sucked into Alice´s world but she was a "bad Alice" So I had to turn all the mirrors around and cover the back of them too so nobody could escape from the other side.
i used to believe that your reflection was you from another dimension and everytime you move away, the person in the mirror dies.
I used to believe that mirrors weren't just mirrors, but were windows into another world just like ours but backwards.
When I was a kid I loved the show "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (the live-action disney channel show). Alice walked through her mirror to get to Wonderland, and I remember I kept trying to walk through my mirror like she did! I was quite disappointed when I never worked!
I used to believe that if you looked away from the mirror and looked back fast enough, you could see yourself looking away.
I used to think that if I made the side mirror face the other mirror in our bathroom, I would be able to go into another world, like Alice through the Looking Glass.