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when i was little i believed with all my might that i could fly.. i then convinced my little sister that she could fly, but she was skeptical. i told her she should go ahead and try if she didnt believe me..
so she got up on the couch and jumped right off while flapping her hands like she had wings.. landed right through our glass living room table, shattering it to bits. i then knew i could not fly either.
i used to believe that everyone could read my mind.
i still kinda do.
whenever we would play hide and seek as kids i thought i could just close my eyes and no one could see me. i thought if i couldn't see them then they wouldn't be able to see me either...thats why i was always found first.
i usd to believe that if i put a balloon on a lawn chair that i could float up in the sky and around the world
When I was in elementary school, I believed I was a witch and that I could change into other animals, but I only did it at night after I went to sleep. I had an imaginary pet tiger named Jasmine. She was teal. I believed this until nearly fourth grade.
When I was in elementary school, my best friend and I noticed one day that a boy in our class, an exceptionally fast runner, seemed to have the ability to teleport. We began to note this ability in other boys. We would test it by closing our eyes and then reopening them and seeing if the boy could have possibly gone that far without teleporting in that amount of time, which we always agreed they couldn't have. Somehow the purple rubber bases we used in baseball got thrown into the mix. We strongly believed for several years that all boys had the magical ability to teleport using these purple pads.
I used to believe that people could read eachothers' mind by pressing foreheads together. This came about from my being the youngest of several (very bored?) siblings. My brother would agree that whatever word I said was indeed the one he had been thinking, and he would magically be able to guess the word I was thinking, thanks to the sister that I had told before-hand.. they had to make sure I wasn't cheating.
When i was little ithought i was the only one who could cross their eyes.I don`t know why but i would cross my eyes and since people would become blurry i thought i became invisible.i kept thinking that until in grade 1 i was doing it and my teacher told me to stop or my eyes would stay like that...i then understood i wasn`t invisible lolll
When I was younger my Mom was showing me her wedding ring. She kept asking me, "Can't you see the diamond in the middle there?". I thought she meant there was a tiny second diamond INSIDE of the first one. For the longest time I would take me Mom's ring and try as hard as I could to see this second diamond inside.
I used to think that all girls and women could read a boy's mind, and that they all made a big promise not to ever tell any males. Im a teenager now, and occasionaly it still seems true...
After watching the film Splash a few too many times when I was little I spent ages laying in the bath, holding the shower over my legs, willing them to become a tail. After about the 4th or 5th time It occurred to me - what would I do if
they did change? I wouldn't be able to swim anywhere so I stopped.
I used to believe water went through my body.
I used to believe that there was a television screen in the back of my head, and the students sitting behind me could see what I was thinking.
my sister had once told me that if u didn't eat anything and just drank water that on the 3rd day without food u would be able to do any thing u haveen't been able to do before so i tried it but i found out i couldn't even go a day
For things like my computer and something technoligical, i used to think I could make It go faster by encouraging it and threatening it if it got slow. I still sort of do :P
My cousins were 12 and I was 6. So I made a bet with them that I could win aainst them at Warzone (playstation game) and they let me win, and one of my cousins said he thought i was physcic. To mess with me, they told me to make predictions about them and they did them on purpose ( I said he would fall down the stairs, and he did. It wasn't very believable but I was 6.) so i got really exited and I was stoked! I was physcic! So I told my uncle and he played along, and he's like "good job bud"and all the parents seemed like they knew all along. I was so exited! Then like 2 weeks later I found out it was a joke because no other predictions came true. I was pissed.
i used to believe that if i put my hands out something special would happen because one day someone fell over so for a month afterwards when i was angry i used to put my hands out
If you click a pen to much you will disappear
When I was little I thought that your brain had little brains with feet walking around and when you shook your head they tripped, and the filing cabnets that your memories, knowledge and other stuff was in got all messed up and papers went everywhere so for about 3 years i tried not to shake my head or go on rides. Now i know that thats not true.
I used to belive that I could fly, but that I could only prove it in front of a lot of people... I used to imagine myself launching myself off the stage in school assembly. Glad I never tried it.