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When i was little i used to believe that only girls had eyelashes, that was untill i saw a boy in my class who had very long eyelashes. Still for a while after that i thought he was just very girly
When I was little, I believed my parents really had eyes in the back of their head.
when i was little my mother used to say that if i crossed my eyes too much that they would get stuck like that. i believed this till i was about 12.
if you read the bible in the dark your eyes would pop out
i used to believe that the blood in our eyes was actually tomato soup.. then i realized i did eat tomato soup alot and that scared me so i stopped eating it for a while but it never left my eyes so i just gave up ..
when i was little i believed that in each of my eyes there was a fat man and a thin man and they used to bake pies and that was the sleep in my eyes and they would have competitions and stuff...
haha i was so weird back then !
when i was a little girl i was told that if I sneeze too hard by eyeballs could fall off. So everytime I sneezed I was very worried that they would fall off and i would put my hands over my eyes just in case that happens i could catch them before they fall!
When I was about 8 years old, my brother (who is older than me by 18 months) told me that if I cut off my eyelashes, my eyelids would roll back into my head and I could never close my eyes again. Of course, I believed him.. the little liar..
i used to believe that when you said you eye are the key to your heart that if you look really hard you cold see the person heart
Me & some friends used to think that if you saw someone's eye's they automatically saw you,
We used to play games where we would avoid making eye contact to test this out.
I had glasses since kindergarden and I used to hate them when i was little...i thought that if i did alot of different movements with my eyes like looking up, down, to the sides, or around and around etc it would strengthen my eyes and i wouldnt need glasses anymore
I am 16. about a year ago, i was microwaving some food and watching it through the door. my mum spotted me and (i suppose just for a laugh)told me not to do that, otherwise i would gradually cook my eyeballs from stray waves. One year on, I've finally realised the truth! haha!
I had poor eyesight but had never had an eye test, so no one knew. I thought everyone saw what I saw. So I assumed that adults were stupid and incompetent, since obviously no one could read street signs, or the chalk board in class.
My Mom told me if you crossed your eyes for too long, they would stay like that. I still kind of think it might be true...no one has said otherwise.
I used to believe that if you were blindfolded, you would see whatever colour the blindfold was. I was quite scared when someone blindfolded me with a coloured scarf, and I only saw black!
When my sis and I were younger, our grandparents and our mom would tell us that Mustard makes your eyes shine. (Needless to say...No more special orders at McDonald's!!) Now I have a child of my own, and I'm instilling this wise crack in her head. ;) It works though...drive thru times are less than 3 minutes! :)
I use to believe that if you went underwater without closing your eyes first, you would go blind. I would always make sure my eyes were shut real tight before going underwater! I think I got this idea when I was real young from a movie that I completely misunderstood.
I used to eat alot of green olives. When I was younger, my Dad told me I had green eyes because I always ate green olives. I believed him for a very long time.
Evers since i can remember up until i was 7, i thought that all you could see was the color that your eyes were. (for ex.: if u had brown eyes, you could only see brown) i thought i was special because i didn't walk around seeing blue everything. i learned about rods and cones when i was 8.
I was watching a show called Pete and Pete on Nickelodeon when I was younger. The older Pete said something about how everyone's eyeballs roll all the way back in their head when they close their eyes (at least that's what I got from it) and I believed it. I still try to see if it's true by blinking really fast.