- Euthanasia is youth in Asia
- If you don't hold your breath as you pass a cemetery you will die or become possessed.
- People killed in films or on TV die in real life.
If you died you would live in the Wall
I used to believe that a funeral organist was the person who collected the body parts of the dead
When i was younger, i used to think my parents live forever
I used to think that you could die if you kept having accidents and losing too much blood, before realising that it replaces itself in some way or other.
This one is purely ridiculous but I used to think that Bin Laden was killed by other terrorists because they were trying to protect people from him, rather than defeat him and win their own battle!
I used to think terrorists were people you had to feel sorry for because their 'suicide' attacks meant they were depressed or mentally ill, like anyone else who kills themself.
When I was a kid i use to believe that when i close my eyes i can die. because i thot this because i can see anyting.
Before being old enough to know about drugs and alcohol, I thought people committed suicide because they were donating their inheritance and life savings to poor or homeless people when they died, do they would be killing themselves for charity!
I used to think that death was being born again inside another person or animal but it wasn't like that once when I was 10 years old I was knocked unconscious as a classmate hung up on me, my mind at that moment was somewhere else than I know how to describe it. But it was different and when I woke up I was in an ambulance and they told me I supposedly died for 1 minute but believe me that time was hours for me.
I used to believe that just by touching the poison that kills insects, you would die in an hour. Once I was in my house I accidentally touched an insect sprayed with said poison. I was very worried I thought that I would die at any moment, I did not know how long an hour was!
When I was a child I used to be very fearful and believed a lot in ghosts, demons, witches, goblins because of the stories my parents told me or even stories about our grandparents, and it used to scare me a lot and very easily. But now, although I have already lived it completely, I believe it but I have already gotten used to it.
When i was a childI used to think that when we die a man without eyes s with a big black cape he would shelter us and cut off our heads and that would go to hell and our body to heaven now I don't think that anymore.
I used to think that if you were scared "half to death" that you only had one scare left before you died.
I used to think that when people tried to commit suicide by jumping off a building, the ambulance crew would be waiting for them with a safety net at the bottom, and it seemed kind of funny, because falling from a tall building in the city would take at least one minute, so they'd have to set it up very quickly.
I used to think topping yourself meant killing yourself by spinning upside down, like a spinning top!!
This one sounds a bit grim, but is still funny: I used to believe that when someone died in a hospital, the coffin was kept under the floor or behind the wall, so when the life support machine went off and they died, the body would go through the machine and into the coffin, ready for the funeral.
I used to think gravy was made in graveyards.
This one is a bit obscure, but my dad once told me that humans can be put down in Sweden, like with animals at the vets, and although he was obviously joking, Sweden is still a high rate suicide country, so that must be why he thought of it. Still funny that I believed it anyway.
I always thought that being buried in a cemetery or graveyard meant the undertakers would take the body out of the coffin and was relieved to find out the opposite at my grandpa's funeral. That would be so creepy.
That the dead were sleeping 💤 and that once I went to the funeral I saw/seen them taking a very long nap I was crying 😭 once they were not really sleeping cuz the never wake up