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Having heard in church that we are all made of dust, I thought that I could gain weight by rubbing dust onto myself.
I used to think i had the ability to jump from wall to wall like in the superhero comic books. I broke my leg trying to imitate them
I used to think i could fly like superman
I thought the psychic powers were real and we all possessed some degree of it and just didn't know how to control it. I thought you could teach yourself to control it and eventually you could be a master at reading minds and moving things with just your thoughts. I practiced all the time!
when i was a kid I used to believe that my mother always knew what i was thinking about. It was scary but then I thought that if she was able to do it, me too, but i would need to let time pass because I thought that this ability was developed with years of training.
When I was younger, i used to think everybody was of the same family
I used to believe that if I held a blanket or towel across my back like wings I would be able to use them to fly. After it didn't work, I decided I just wasn't doing it right so I practiced flying all the time. It didn't quite go how I thought it would.
When I was younger, I used to believe when I used the bathroom that an alligator lived in the sewer and ate or drank my business. Poop was the food. pee was the drinks or the poop sauce. Diarrhea was soup. I was a very weird child.
When I was twelve years old, my friend Jason was telling his friends that only guys farted, and that girls never did. Well, my farts were so smelly, and I thought I was male for three months until Jason convinced me that I was a girl. He also told me that girls farted too :3.
My grandmother told me if I went to sleep with my socks on, I would wake up blind. One night it got too cold and I took the risk.