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My sister told me that if you ripped out an eyelash or one fell off your skin would change color and that is why some would have really white skin, and why some had dark skin
When I was little my friend told me that if you snease with your eyes open you eyes will fall out!
I had my own unique belief about the warning, "if you cross your eyes, they'll stick that way". I thought that there was a set time limit that everyone had, and every time I crossed my eyes I was counting down seconds off that time limit. Every time I crossed my eyes, I got a rush thinking I was getting closer to "zero hour" - and was this the time that they would stick!?!?
I thought that the colour of your eyes determined how well you could see that particular colour.
E.g., if you have blue eye's you could interpret blue more deeply than someone with brown eyes.
I reasoned that the reason this wasn't common knowledge was because there was no objective way for one person to say how "blue" blue was to them.
At the ripe age of 4 I was learning how to count, but didn't grasp the concept of "pairs" i.e "pair of eyes". So when a family aquaintance, at the old age of 10 tried to explain that people had "a pair of eyes," I knew she wasn't as smart as she thought she was because I could count now, and people (most importantly, myself included) actually had TWO eyes not one, so I believed quite firmly we all had "2 pairs of eyes" not one, as she so adamantly proclaimed.
I used to think thats rats put those eye crusties there while I were asleep
My cousin showed me how he took out his eyes every night and put them in a little holder. Later I realized that these were actually his contact lenses.
My mom had me to believe that I only had a certain amount of tears in my tear duct, and if I used them all I wouldn't have any left for when I was older and really needed them.(that was just mean mother)
In fact my daughter's belief was that I wasn't there when my eyes were closed. She used to peel my eyes open in the morning and shout "Daddy, Daddy, are you in"
I used to believe that when I closed my eyes, my eyeballs would roll over so that they were looking inside my head. I wondered why I could never see my brain, but decided that it was too dark in there to see anything. I later believed that I had the power to see things even with my eyes closed. Of course I eventually figured out that I was squinting, not actually looking through my eyelids.
i use to believe that when you closed your eyes no one could see you. i was 5 and playing hide and seek with my 10 yr/ old sister. i was sooooooooo surprised when she found me so quick. i... sitting right there on the couch~hiding~with my eyes closed.
I used to believe that if we cried too much, our body would run out of water. So whenever I cried a lot, I would hurry and drink a glass of water.
i used to believe that when i told a lie my eyes would turn purple,because that's what my daddy told me!!
Being a little girl I always had an admiration for precious rocks and loved to collect them. I knew that gold was something very valuable and shiny. I used to believe that the bits of crud that gather in the eyes during the night were gold and every morning I checked my eyes to see if I had any. I used to keep them in a small bowl with my other rocks hidden were no one could find and steal “my gold”. I don’t know why I used to think that; but maybe it is because it had like a gold color and felt like a tiny rock.
I have two different colored eyes. (one brown and one light blue). When I was little I noticed that everyone had eyes that were both the same color so i aked my father why mine were different. He said it was becuase when I was born, one of my eyes didn't work,and that I would have to get it removed and then replaced with a different eye. But in my case, they didn't have any brown eyes left to put in my socket, so they used a blue one. I beileved this story until about three years ago (I'm 15 now). My friends have give me the nickname odd-eyed Sage because of it. Yikes...
I have floaters in my eyes, and I used to believe that I could see my pupils.
When I was young I used to believe that if I looked down my eyeballs would fall out. Needless to say I got a lot of bruises walking in to things whilst looking at the sky!!
When I was younger, I realized that everyone has different color eyes. In the mist of my "realization", I thought that each person could only see that color. Ex: Blue eyes can only see the color blue, Green eyes can only see the color green and, so on. After some time of thinking about this, I remember looking around and thinking my eyes must be broken cause I could see every single color no matter where I was looking.
One day, at about the age of six, I was being a pirate, complete with construction paper or something satped over one eye. My parents saw me and warned me that I should take that off, because if I didn't, I would soon go BLIND in that eye! I was horrified, took the patch off immediately, and after that was always careful never to have one eye closed for too long. If I thought I had kept it closed for too long, my solution was to close the other one for the same amount of time, so that if I did go blind, at least I'd be evenly blind in both eyes. ~_^ It didn't occur to me until I was about thirteen that this wasn't true, and trust me, up until then I had been very careful to even out my eye closage.
i used to believe that depending on your eye color, you saw things in a different tint... i asked my grandma what color she saw the sky and when it was the same i realized i was wrong.