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When I was a child, I didn't know the difference between a graveyard and cemetary. Since they always called it a "cemetery" in the movies, and a "graveyard" in real life, I thought that cemeteries were where famous people were buried, and graveyards were for normal people. I even had an argument with my friend about it when I was 10!

Clueless Cemetery
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When I was a bit younger i believed that when people die, they get reborn... but everything they had in the last life is different then the new life... weird i know!

Anon
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I used to think that 'poisonous' meant something that would KILL you if you ate it. I used to like chewing pencils, but one day my teacher told us not to chew them because the paint is poisonous. I was afraid to tell the teacher that I'd been chewing the pencil in case I got in trouble, but at the same time I was absolutely convinced that I was about to die. I said I felt sick and got the nurse to send me home, so I could die with my mummy...

Amy
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I thought dead ppl came back as zombies and ate peoples brains and that is why they buried the ppls undergrounds so the zombies could not escape.
And i was r8 scared of zombies
ROFL

Sean Kelly
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I used to believe that whoever was older then you would die before you and whoever was younger would die after. even if there's only a second difference.

Lisa
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One of my cousins had bug spray at camp and told me that if i spray it more then 3 times on myself i would die in my sleep. she was doing this because she knew i already used a lot and didn't want me to touch it. i had already sprayed a lot more then 3 times. i tried my hardest not to sleep because i believed i would die. i was so scared! then i woke up the next morning and didn't die :)

Lisa
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i used to think that when you die you actually "kicked a bucket" i didnt know about figure of speech back then i watched too many cartoons back then now i go on the computer too much

step away from the video game consoles
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I used to think that when you go to Heaven, you could keep anything you want if you stuff your pockets with what you wanted to bring.

Matthew
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top belief!

When I was really little (5 or so) I didn't know that dead people were buried. I thought that they were actually put INSIDE the tombstones and were all...folded up. Then we passed an old graveyard near my house with a tombstone broken in half...I started to wonder why nobody had fixed it to keep the body from falling out.

Carolyn
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when i was a kid i thought that when you died, giant " THE
END" words appeared, followed by a list of credits....guess
i was wrong....

funonthrun
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I used to believe that everyone died at exactly 100 years old.

Abby
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When i was little i thaught that when humans die they have to stick theyre tounge out if not theyre ok

Anon
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I used to believe when I was in kindergarden that when you died you falled down on the ground with your hands and feets in a cross. You lied in a cross. With your thounge sticking out on the side..

So me and my friend used to play that we died, and that's how we died.

Anon
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When I was around 5 or 6, I remember telling everyone that since my grandma was dead, she was therefore allergic to being alive.

Katrina
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I used to believe that R.I.P. on a tombstone meant you had to rip it to make that person come alive again.So one day I went to my granny's grave and tried to rip the tombstone.

Robert J. Hoyt
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I thought people died in the same order they were born, like if you were born 2 years before me you would die 2 years before me!

Leslie
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I used to think that if you weren't buried in a cemetery or if you were cremated then your ghost would remain on Earth for eternity, and that was why you occasionally will hear voices.

Ghost Whisperer
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When I saw people get shot on tv when I was young, I used to think they were dead if they fell to the ground with their arms over their head. If their arms were down by their side, I thought they would be okay.

Chris - Houston
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i used to think that when u grow up, u would grow so high and live in the clouds instead of dying

Alex
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I used to believe that a character who dies in a movie is played by a person who wants to commit suicide, so when a person wanted to die s/he'd simply ask for a role in a movie which the character dies.

ertuğrul k.
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