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mirrors use to scare the crap out of me, i thought that a mirror was a window to a different world that was back-words from ours and if you were nice here you were mean there.
When I was eight, I watched "Watcher in the Woods". If you have seen the movie -- it's pretty creepy for a Disney movie. For the next 10 months, I was afraid to go to the bathroom alone because I was afraid I'd see the "mirror girl". I had to ask my mom to come with me. When she wasn't available I would go as fast as I could, heart beating in fear, and never looking in mirror for fear I might see a fictional character from a stupid Disney movie that shouldn't be a Disney movie.
i always thought that my reflection in a mirror was just another person who did everything that i did at the exact moment. i would always try to move real fast and unexpectedly to see if the reflection could mimic me. then i tried to go through to the other side to beat that guy up but he would always push me out.
When I was little I watched a movie with cops interviewing a suspect and saw the one-sided mirrors they used to watch the people in the interrogation room without them knowing. For the longest time after watching that movie I always thought people were behind my mirror watching me , so i would try and hide from it while I changed clothes.
When I did the BLOODY MARY thing I saw something..... Now I know the truth.I would not go near my bedroom mirror for 3 months.
When I was little i saw this chapter of teh rugrats that they see that inside the mirror everything is backwards... So when I saw myself on it I said hi to him and started chatting XD. My other self's name was Barney :D and I thought that barney would come and take his mommy to my house and take my place. Sometiems he was my friend but others i was scared. But when my mom broke the mirror i cried cuz barney died Xd
i thot when i was a kid bloody mary was real.
I used to think that if a mirror with me in it breaks, I break.
When I was a kid, I was horribly afraid that vampires would come and suck my blood. Since they can't be seen in mirrors, I was afraid that when I stood in front of the bathroom mirror to brush my teeth, one would come and attack me. So, I always stand with my back to the wall (which is directly across from the mirror) so if one comes in, I can see him before he attacks. How that would help, I'm not sure but it did make me feel safer. :D
When I was little, there was a huge mirror reflecting the staircase of my aunt and uncle's house. Well, everytime we were over there, Grandpa would walk up the stairs and his reflection would show in the mirror. I was shocked and amazed because I thought Grandpa was in the mirror! I thought there was a secret entrance that I didn't know about and that when I got as old as Grandpa I would be told about it or found it.
When I was little I didn't understand how I could move my head in the mirror but my eyes would stay in the same place (looking at the mirror)
My mom told me that I needed more sleep!
When I was small like around 8 I used to believe that the other sid of the mirror was a diffrent world and the person standing there (which was me) was just a twin.
One of my friends who used to live in Japan told me a story ( I was 14 then, I think ) about monsters called "Kyoma Demons" that live in mirrors and look just like you, but if you turn your back they show their true form and emerge from the mirror to grab you and pull you into an alternate universe, and you would be trapped in the mirror while they lived your life. I still find it hard to go to the bathroom without a wrench, hammer, or some other blunt object to defend myself.
i used to think that if you looked into a mirror at night a ghost would come out and kill you and pull you into someone else's mirror to kill them
Like most kids growing up, I believed there was an upside-down word on the other side of the mirror.
I used to believe that the person on the other side of the mirror was a fragment of my imagination.
After I grew out of having an imaginary friend I would look into the miror and pretend my reflection was me in a different dimension and me and my reflection were best friends, Id sit and talk to my reflection and slap the miror thinking I was giving my reflection a high-five.
Years ago i used to look into this miror and focus on the pupils of my eyes, somehow i got it in my head that if you looked deeply into your pupil in a miror you could see yourself as a grown-up walking around inside.
I used to believe (when I was around 4 or 5) that I coudl escape and go to a place called "round world". I had this baton, and it had clear water and glitter inside it, and whenever I put it right up to my eyes and looked at things through it everything looked round and shiny and watery. I believed that I was a Princess, and that "round world" was my kingdom and every time I looked into the plastic baton I had returned to my kingdom. Yes, I was a strange kid. I no longer have the baton, but if I did, I'd probably be gazing into it instead of being online. I kinda think what i did might be close to what people called "scrying" b/c sometimes I saw things in it. Sorry to post this under mirrors, but I highly doubt there would be a "clear-plastic-batons" section.
When I was in grade two or three, me and my friends were convinced all mirrors led to disneyland. Unfortunately, they were all closed for repairs when we tried to get in.
On that subject, my best friend told me that her mom lived on the great wall of China when I was in grade one. I belived her and asked her if I could go visit her many times. The answer was always "No, she's to busy" or somthing like that. So Then I told her MY Mom lived on the Efil Tower, but there was no Getting that past her!