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When i was younger i had my TB injection when i was born as did my sister.
One afternoon when i was about 5 years old, i was watching TV with my little sister and some of my older cousins. Suddenly i turned to my teenage cousin and said ''Its ok she can watch it...Shes had her TV Jab''
they all started laughing i didnt understand, i believed that a ''TV'' injection was given to you at birth so u could watch television!!!
At Every oppurtunity my parents bring this up just to embarrass me!
my mom always taught us that if we hurt ourselves, and its not bleeding, then it doesnt hurt. i broke bones, and never ever tell told her. even today, if i hurt myself, it doesnt hurt until i see the blood. its a psychological thing, but its a little weird.
I used to believe that if a person needed a blood transfusion, that all of his or her blood was removed and then replaced with the new donated blood.
I used to believe that STAPH infection was a disease one got when they went to work (staff infection). Then I actually contracted it and learned the real meaning.
as a kid i used to believe that when doctors "diagnosed" someone with a disease it meant that they gave them the disease. Whenever i heard that someone was diagnosed with cancer or soem disease i would think to myself why did they give them the disease? lol
I used to believe that if you weren't sick and you took medicine, you would get sick. That kept me from faking sick a few times. I didn't want to ACTUALLY get a sore throat from the medicine.
I used to think that you could not only take too much medication and overdose, but you could take too little and "underdose".
Yeah, I wasn't the brightest crayon on the box.
I used to think there was little people sitting in chairs that worked your brain, and I though you got sick when little children in your head played with the controls.
When i was like 4, i got pecked by a chicken and my dad convinced me that i had Chicken-itis and would soon turn into a chicken. I cried for the longest time befcause i liked being human and didnt want to eat bugs and lay eggs. kinda sad...
i used to believe that when you had cramps your appendix would blow up.
When I was 9 years old, my best friend's dad owned a liquor store. He kept excess stock in his basement.
Well, my friend and I both pretended to be sick one day so we could stay home from school, and he brought a six-pack of beer & a liter of vodka to my house for our very first grown-up party.
After maybe 3 shots, I was ... well, praying to the porcelain god is the best way to put it.
Several hours later, my Mom came home to find me, in the bathroom, sleeping with my porcelain idol in a daze of alcoholic stupor.
For whatever reason, she decided I had learned my lesson and told me that I was suffering from "Russian Flu" and could stay home from school the next day, too.
I didn't figure out there wasn't a Russian Flu until I was 21!
When i was a kid i used to complain to my Mum that I had diarrohea, however i just had an ear ache and thought it meant 'a dying ear' i never heard the proper pronunciation and made up my own mind what it meant, the looks of horror on peoples faces and the way they would rush me to the toilet, I could never understand it!
When i was around 4 or 5 my mum came home and was like "your brother has chicken pox" i was like "WHY DOES HE GET CHICKEN POX I WANT SOME", thinking it was some type of nice chicken chips.
When I was little I thought that the AIDs virus would come and get me in my sleep if I breathed it in and I would die a horrible painful death and green fungus would grow all over my face, so I fell asleep way under my covers at the end of the bed, breathing through the sheets hoping that the AIDs virus wouldn't find me.
When I was little, I use to think that the best cure for brainfreeze while eating icecream was to eat faster. So, I would eat at a more rapid pace while I felt that the sharp pain in my head as "getting better."
I used to believe that if you got a splinter after awhile your whole body would turn into wood.
When I was about 6-7 y.o. there was an ad on TV explaining the differences between 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade burns. I believe 1st grade burn were the ones you'd got when you were in the 1st grade of school and so on. I was very worried I'd get ever buernt during that year because I'd be in 2nd grade and didn't want to have blisters!
When I was very young my aunt had had TB (tuberculosis). Any way, after their first child, my friend, they couldn't have another, so they adopted one. I asked my mom why and she said "because Aunt June had TB. Well, never having heard of this, I herard "TV" and for years thought that she couldn't have children becaues of television!
I used to think that the chicken pox were a group of chickens that went door to door to visit every kid before they grew up. I also thought that the chickens would peck your skin and that is what made the red marks.
When I used to have stomach aches, my grandmother would tell me it was because I slept with my blankets off and air got into by belly button making my stomach hurt. To this day even when it is 90 degrees in the room, I sleep with a tiny part of the blanket covering just my stomach.