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I used to believe clip on bow ties were inserted into your throat and that is how they stayed in place

Anon
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when i was a toddler i used to beleive freckels were cow poop. i had like a million freckels so one day i walked behind a cow and said give me more freckels and he pooped on my shoe. lol

marisa
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I used to believe that stitches were zippers that doctors used, because when i was 6 my mom had brain surgery and attempting to reassure me, she said that the huge line of staples across her head was a zipper.
I fantasised the rest of the year about unzipping her head and seeing her brains.

MY MOMMY HAS A ZIPPER ON HER HAID!!!
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I used to believe when I was a child that when I was injured, the wound would never be repaired or cured.

solid
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I used To believe that if you picked your freckles you would get skin cancer

Janella
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I used to ask my mom what the holes in my skin were (the pores that hair grows out of on the arm) and she said that I was knit and not born...I believed her.

stacie
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When i was around 6, i thought that God had gotten white paint and painted people white until he ran out of white paint. Then He would take cinnamon paint and paint more people tan and then He ran out of cinnamon paint and He was now using black paint.

veryimaginative
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When I was young, my father had a mole on the back of his neck. I believed that this was a button and if I pressed it, his head would come off.

Nick
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When I was little, I got sunburned and my skin started to peel, and I thought I was turning into a snake and I was sheading my skin.

Kate
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I was a tom-boy and had scraped knees for about 2 years strait because of it. When I first heard that we only have 7 layers of skin I got so upset because I thought I had already used up all of mine and that the skin on my knees would never grow back

Amelora
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I used to believe that darker skinned people were just cooked for to long , until I was 8 and was punched in the nose for saying it to an Indian kid and was sat down and had it explained

Donna Chisholm
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i used to think the color of african americans skin was black because God had a chocolate pouring machine and he put some white babies on it and it would pour chocolate on them. i concluded that their palms were white because their palms were down on the conveyor belt so they didnt get any chocolate on them. then once i saw my black friend get water on his arm from the water fontain and i thought that his arm would turn white.

zack
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my grandmother told me when i was little that if you did not dry between your toes that your toes would web togeather.Today as an adult I still dry between each toe twice.

Tabatha Newman
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My partner thought women used the brown packing tape as wax strips.

Helen
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When I was 5, my older sister (who was 15) was wearing flesh colored nylons. Knowing how niave I was, she told me that she had something to show me. She then proceeded to pull on her nylons. I was so horrified by this and for years believed my sister had a stretchy skin disease!

Payton's Mama
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I used to believe that if you drank coffee while you were pregnant you would have a black child and if you drank milk you would have a white child.

Anon
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This is actually a belief of my niece, who was about 10 when this little gem was unveiled. She comes from a very overbearing family and is never around non-white individuals. Once, while visiting my family, we all went to a grocery store and my niece happened to see an African-American woman breast feeding her baby. Very loudly, so everyone can hear, she asks if bl*ck women make chocolate milk, since they aren't like us. I was never so embarrassed in that store.

Internet Meme
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When I was little I used to like to put pieces of scotch tape on my face and arms. I thought it was neat that when you peeled it off, the dead skin would come off with it and make pretty patterns. My big sister got fed up with this, and told me that every place I would put tape on my body I would get cancer there! I never did it again.

Anon
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I remember when I was young my grandmother said don't turn the water on to hot or I would scaled myself. I thought by this that it would be so hot my skin would melt off and there would be nothing left but bones

Mike Hendricks
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I used to think only White people could get sunburned!

Ghoti Stick
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