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I used to think eyedust was made by people who lived in your eyes and made buns.
My grandma told me that if I crossed my eyes to long, they would stay that way. I have not done it since.
When I was little, my grandmother told me not to cross my eyes because if a breeze blew in my face, my eyes would stay crossed. When she wasn't looking, I would cross my eyes and blow up into my eyes to see if my eyes would stay crossed.
I used to believe that whatever part of nature a person looked at longest, that's what color their eyes would be. I used to stare and stare at the sky, sure that I could feel my eyes were turning bluer.
i used to think that if you were blind you had to have your eyes closed.
I used to believe that blind people couldn't see because they could see air, and it got in the way. Hence, if they were in a vacuum or if scientists came up with glasses that took the air out of your vision they would all be able to see. Eventually, when I got glasses, I realized this made no sense.
I was told by my grandad and nanny that if i crossed my eyes and the wind changed direction, they would stay like that. I belived this to be true and told the rest of my friends.
my parents used to tell me and my sisters that if we ate our vegtables our eyes would turn green..
When I was a little girl I used to think that boys and men didn't have eyelashes because Mickey Mouse doesn't have eyelashes. I found out when I tried to pull my dad's eyelashes and they wouldn't come out. I had thought they were fake.
this went on from 1nd to 6th grade, i always thought that if you sneezed with your eyes open that your eyes would pop out of your head a little bit. When i was in 5th grade a friend of mine said it happened to a friend of hers. when i was in 6th grade i was reading about Urban Myths and that was a big one. It said it was impossible for that to happen.
when I was little I was sitting in art class and I kept flipping my eyelids. My art teacher told me that if I kept doing it my eye would fall out....I havnt flipped my eyelids since!
When I was little, I used to think that boys weren't supposed to have eyelahes and when I saw boys at school, I would wonder, "Why do they have eyelashes? Boys aren't supposed to have eyelashes!"
My friend told her step-sister that the cat crapped in her eyes every night, explaining eye crusties. Her sister actually believed her until the cat died and she still got eye crusties.
i used 2 belive onley girls have eyelashes and if boyes have them they should have had them cut of at birth
In our family, my mother, sister, and I all have green eyes, while both of my brothers and my father have brown eyes. Naturally I concluded that brown eyes were for boys, and that girls didn't have them. The same was true in reverse for green eyes, which were for girls. Blue eyes, I suppose, could go either way, but nobody in my family has them. Also, since my mother wore glasses and my father did not, I assumed that wearing glasses was a woman thing, not for men.
I remember standing outside and staring at the flower garden. And I noticed that every time I blinked, everything in my vision would shift slightly. And I blinked rapidly and saw the flowers gradually shifting to the right. I began freaking out, because I thought that if I kept blinking, eventually the whole picture would move away leaving only blackness and that's how I would become blind.
I used to believe that you can see your brain if you close your eyes really hard and try to roll them on the other side.
I used to believe, when i was 4-6 that everybodys eyes could see different colours.
For example:If I saw a blue car i thought everyon else saw it in a different colour like, red, yellow,or green. Colours like that. I am 12 now and i still laugh when i think about it.
My Uncle, lets call him Dick, told me when I was like 5 years old that if I cried that I would waste my tears and I would cry blood. I never cried from that day forward.
My school district provided free vision and hearing tests for all elementary students. From kindergarten on, I had the idea that failing a test at school would be Really Bad. So when I took the eye test and couldn't see the chart, the nurse frowned and I thought I was going to get in trouble.
So I cheated by pretending not to know my letters and guessing until she said I was right. She must have thought I was a moron, but a moron who could see. Years later in junior high my mom finally figured out why I had headaches all the time, and it turned out I have 20/200 vision and needed glasses all along.