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i used to believe mirrors could talk french but they just do nothing in the bathroom
whene I was 5 I used to think every one had a twin but they were stuck in there mirror and when I saw twins I figured if you break a mirror your twin would come out and I wanted a twin so I hit my mirror with a hammer
I used to believe that if you looked into a mirror for ten seconds, then pushed hard enough on it, you'd fall into it then down an empty elevator shaft
when i was little i went through a phase. you see in my parents room they have this big mirror. so whenever i went to use there bathroom i would stop in front of the mirror and talk to it thinking that there was a girl who looked just like me doing the same thing
i used to believe that my reflection in the mirror was another person who looked like me and did the same things as me
I used to beleive that if I stuck my hand on a mirror the other side would grab my hand and twist it backwards!
When i was about 6,7,or 8 I used to think tht wen i looked in the mirror tht it was another kid tht would reach out and kill me.
When I was a child, before I went to bed every night I would make sure my hand held mirror was turned mirror side down because I thought it would lose it's reflexion if exposed and not being used for that long a period of time.
throw a rock at a mirror and 7 years bad luck
When I was little I was scared to look in the mirror, my older cousin had told me that Barney was watching me on the other side. And for the longest time even after finding out that Barney really wasn't there I still remembered him when I looked into a mirror
i used to (and still do!) think that when i looked in the mirror, i would see me and some ghost, but when i look behind me, the ghost won't be there. I thought that the ghost would just come closer and closer until i die
I was always afraid that my 'mirror me' might forget to do his job properly and wouldn't move when I did, or move the wrong way then correct himself. I always tried to catch him out even though if it happened I would be so freaked out!
when i was little... i allways felt uneasy around mirrors... i was allways afraid of being in the bathroom, minding my own business, and then look into the mirror and see some demon or something standing behind me. and then it would grab me and slit my throught and eat my intestines or something like that.
WhEN I WAS YOUNG I THOUGHT THAT A HUGE MONSTER WAS GOIGN TO JUMP OUT THE MIRROR IN THE BATHROOM AND MARRY ME !!!
I used to believe that in the mirrors, lived your twin in it.
I used to be afraid of mirrors because I thought that a ghost or demon or ghoul or other scary thing would jump out of it and get me if I stared into it long enough especially when it was nighttime.
If you look in the mirror at 12 midnight with a candle you will see the person you will marry but it will take away 10 years off your life
If you stare into a mirror in almost complete darkness, the devil will appear instead of your reflection.
When I was in the 7th grade, the girls at my school would be playing those infamous mirror games like "Bloody Mary", one about seeing the Witch from Snow White, and one about some incantation to summon the devil.
I developed a slight fear of mirrors and was very happy I did not have a full length mirror in my room.
I would stay awake in fear of the devil. I would even get teased about it by friends.
Though I do have two in mine now since I'm vain, I still keep an open box with a cross on a chain AND a lion plooshie with a Star of David just in case.
When I was young, I used to watch horror movies that came on Saturday afternoons, or occasionally Friday nights if I could stay awake that long. One of them had a woman look into a mirror and and evil witch/demon/whatever looked back at her (can't recall the details). Thirty-something years later, I still refuse to look into a mirror at night because it creeps me out! Oddly enough, though, I never fell prey to the "Bloody Mary" tale, nor do I remember believing there was another world on the other side of my mirror.