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When I was young my Mum started to collect all our waste foil up, when I asked why she said it was for the blind.
From that I guessed that Braille books were made out of recycled foil as it was easier to stamp the dots into foil than paper.
My eyes are hazel and change color. When I was little I though that when my eyes looked green it was because I ate pickles so much.
I liked reading in the car while it was in motion and even if it was dark. My mom used to tell me that if
I forced my eyes for reading and with the movements of the car, maybe with a bump, my eyes would pop out.
When I was four or five, I enjoyed focusing and unfocusing my eyes. Not crossing them, just making things blurry. I thought people could see when I was doing this, and would get mad if they caught me. Once, I even sat my parents down and said "Ok. I have a confession. I can do this." They were very confused.
When i was only three I saw an old movie where people had random glass eyes or something and i thought most people had glass eyes cause it made sense eyes are very sensitive. So i would try to poke people in the eyes cause i wanted to see if they had one.
My mom used to believe that you could pop your eyeballs out and then buy new ones at the store that came on cards like buttons do.
I used to believe that my mom seriously had eyes in the back of her head and could read my mind. So when she got mad at me and yelled, I would think something bad about her and stick my tongue out, and then I would be all "Oops!"
When I was small, i used to believe my mom when she said she had eyes in the back of her head. I always wondered because i thought her hair was in the way.
My grandma once told me that if i crossed my eyes long enough, they wood get stuk like that. never crossed em again
When I was 6, a 13 year old neighborhood girl told me that if I touched the pupil of my eye that I would die. She went on to say that she had done it once, and she had died! I believed her for many years, until I heard about contact lenses. I still carry a bit of a phobia though!
I used to believe that what ever the color eyes you had was the color you see. My mom has brown eyes so I thought she can only see brown. I thought I had tye-dye eyes becasue I could see every color. I figured out that wasn't true when I turned 6.
If you cross your eyes, they will get stuck like that.
when i was younger i thought that you couldnt look at something with out pointing your head directly in that direction. one day i was bored so i tried to prove that wrong. when i noticed i moved my eyes with out turning my head i ran around the house yelling "i can move my eyes!!". i was shocked when my parents wern't impressed.
I used to beleive if i crossed my eyes they'd stay like that.. haha
When I was little and I saw a video clip in black and white, I used to think people saw in black and white, not in colour.
I used to think that when people were taking their contacts out that they were taking their eyeball out :)
I used to think that eyes were like mood rings... for instance... blue means your cold, green means you want to go outside, brown meant that you were hungry (don't know how i got that for brown) and so on... this went on for a little while until i went into my uncles hot tub and my cousins eyes were still blue... oh well it was cool for a while
When I was little I thought that the portrait of Mona Lisa and her eyes would follow me around wherever I went!
my brother used to believe that everybody except him could see their eyeballs
When I was about 5-6 yrs old, I believed that u see the world colored with the color of ur eyes; like if u have blue eyes u see everything blue.