I use to believe that people had a maximum number of words to say. And those who were mute, had used up all their words. Needless to say, I was a very quiet child.
I always wondered if the bellybutton was meant to be a blowhole like whales or dolphins.
Because I can remember a vivid memory of a baby swimming out of the womb in a pool.
Now in today's hi tek world. I believe there is a way to treat the Babies umbilical card with a 3D printed filter. That can connect to tanks.
I used to believe that someone wearing a lapel pin on their shirt or a name badge had it stuck into their flesh through their shirt. Then I learned that there was a clasp in-between holding to their shirt.
When I was five, I had a nightmare where a man came into my room and told me that if I wiggled my fingers too much that I wouldn't be able to control them. I was afraid to wiggle my fingers for a few days afterwards.
My friend once said that she had too much to drink, which caused her belly button to come undone and all the liquid to pour out. I believed her.
When I was a child, I thought I might lose a toe unconsciously. That's why I kept conting my toes before I fell into sleep every night. LOL.
I use to believe that your hair grew because you wash i.e like watering a plant
when I was small I believed that my tung was my portable candy, and my mouth was the box it carries in, and I thought that my foot was my hands it was so much fun trying to do a handstand all the time.
I used to think you could get pregnant if someone spit in your belly button
Up until I was almost 11, I thought that a birthday suit was a special outfit you wore only on your birthday