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When i was younger i was always really afraid of those 3 letters R.I.P. I didn't figure out what they meant until I was 20 something. But whenever I saw those letters i knew there was nothing good about them!

Dee
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When I was young, I honestly believed that I would die before I reached high school.

Anon
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when i was younger i use to believe that when someone died you could just send them a balloon and it would go up to heaven.

Mindy
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My grandfather (my mom's dad) died when she was 15 years old. When I turned 15 I was convinced my dad was going to doe because I was 15 too.

Lisa
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I used to believe that when people died their eyes would turn to Xs

Anon
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When I was little, I used to believe that people died from gun shots and deep wounds because the wound was just big enough for the person's soul to get out and fly away. Because of that belief, I had a phobia of getting hurt or cut since 5th grade in fear that my soul might fly away.

Eliza
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When I was little, I believed that when you died, you came back to earth as another person, except you were in a higher order, until you had to start all over again when you couldn't go any higher. So sometimes, when I was listening to my Britney Spears CD, I'd yell "I WAS HER NOT TOO LONG AGO!"

I still believe this. Hopefully I'll get to be as rich as Donald Trump with Carmen Elecktra's looks one day :)

Alyssa
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when i was younger i used to belief that when you died you would come back to haunt the people that made fun of you or just did really mean things to other people and later that next day they would die the same way you did

kelsie
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when i was yunger i thought that if you ate vegtables you will die because my friend died (because of a heartattack) one hour after she ate vegtables

ggnm
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When I was 5 I used to think that a will was a list of things that you could put in your coffin once you were dead. My will consisted of, amongst other things, my doll Mary!

Connie
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I used to believe that manhole covers were grave stones for all the little children that didn't look both ways before crossing the street.

Sherry Scheuerman
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When my son was 5 years old, his great uncle died. I told him we were going to "a wake" for Uncle Steve. Naturally when we arrived at the funeral home, my son was very upset when he couldn't "awake" Uncle Steve. It was very, very sad.

Michelle
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When I was 4 my dad died. In trying to explain what death was my granny told me it's like going to sleep and never waking up. I thought if I went to sleep he would come get me and then I'd never wake up either.

I'm 37 and I'm still afraid to sleep.

Michelle
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I thought dead people were buried in laundry baskets. My mom's Daddy Ted died of cancer when I was four. My mother was trying to explain what we did with the dead. In her explanation of putting people in the ground she mentioned the casket, I thought she said basket. So for many years I thought her Daddy Ted was curled up in the ground in a laundry basket.

Alyssa
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When I was about 6-7, I believed that when someone died, they'd come back as the total opposite of what they were. For example: If a black man died, he'd be reborn as a white woman.

Duke
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When I was in elementary school and someone was said to have "passed away," I thought they moved to a new city! (like they passed us and went away)

Jordan
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When I was little, my grandpa had a heart attack while in the bathroom. For a long time, I wouldn't go to that bathroom because I thought my grandpa was lying dead on the floor.

Anon
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I use to believe that when people died, they really just turned invisible, and the casket ws just a memorial to burry in their place. I was wrong when I went to an open casket funeral.

Jared Fletcher
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I used to think that if you went into a cemetary late at night, ghosts would come up out of the graves and steal your soul and/or take control of your body so they could be alive again.

The Mortal Elf
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Everyone died on their 100th birthday.

anon
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