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I used to belive kissing boys made your teeth fall out.
I used to believe that "ambulatory" meant "sick". After all, ambulances are for sick people, right? I was confused when there was a Disney ride that said "must be ambulatory" because why would you need to be sick to go on a ride?
I thought snot was made by a little person who lived in my sinuses, and I thought that if I could only get that person out of my nose, then I wouldn't have to blow my nose anymore.
Similarly, I thought saliva was made in a cauldron by a sinister guy with a deep voice who lived in a creepy room behind my saliva duct. I thought that he'd occasionally dip his spoon into the cauldron and taste it, like you do when you make soup, which gave me the creeps.
I used to believe I could make myself grow taller by hitting myself in the jaw, and I could shrink by hitting myself on the top of the head.
I thought that people were like cars because cars have exhaust pipes, and people fart.
I used to think that all hospital patients had to spend every moment in bed, except when they had to use the toilet or have a wash.
I used to believe that if I opened my eyes too much, they could pop out
I used to think you could have a heart attack if you failed to fall in love.
When I was little, I used to belive that I could be a better football player If, at school, I drunk at the same fountain as one of classmates that played football and were good at it. One day I tried, and I dribbled one of the best mates playing football and then scored a goal. I thought my belief was real, actually not, I know I was just lucky.
There's an episode of "Bear in the Big Blue House", where Bear says that you should go to the bathroom even if you're in the middle of doing something.
I took that a bit too literally, and thought that it meant that if you were in the middle of doing something, you *had* to go to the bathroom.
So, whenever I set out to do something, I'd pause and go to the bathroom whenever I was halfway through, regardless of whether nature was actually calling.