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I once saw a cartoon where someone remarked that one of the characters looked pale and "could use some orange juice." Now I know she meant the character looked sickly, like they needed some vitamins. But back then I used to think that OJ put color in your face, so I stopped drinking it for a while, because I liked being pale.
I thought pink lemonade came from pink lemons.
When I was two or three, I used to refuse to drink any liquids that had been sitting for too long because I thought the devil put poison in it when I was not looking. No one told me this about the devil. I just came to that conclusion with my morbid little mind.
I used to believe it was illegal to drink and drive because when you drink from a cup your head is tilted back and you can't see the road. So I thought drinking ANYTHING was illegal.
I used to believe that the drinking and driving law referred to not drinking anything while driving. It actually doesn't. You can't drink liquor while driving.
Eight year old
I didnt realize that the purpose of the buttons on the front of drinking machines for handicapped people were to make the machine more accessible to those in wheelchairs, instead, I thought that button dispensed some special type of water, containing medicine or vitamins so that the handicapped people would get better. I always made sure not to push that button and drink the "handicapped water" because nothing was wrong with me.
My mother used to tell me if I drank too much water I would float away. I wanted to see if this would actually happen. So I deliberately drank a lot of water. I imagined a stream of water lifting me up and taking me away. Needless to say, it never happened.
I thought that if I poured my beverage into standing water in the sink, the dishwater would come back up through the stream and into my cup. I would never half pour out a glass of anything for fear of drinking nasty dishwater.
I used to believe that "drinking and driving" meant drinking anything including water or soda while driving your car. I told my kindergarten teacher that my mom liked to drink and drive.
I used to believe that when a meal or drink was 'on the house' it was actually on the roof of the building.
("Why would someone put it ON THE HOUSE?")
I used to believe that when grow ups would shake their drink from side to side (when it had ice), they were heckling how much ice was in it and they somehow knew without looking how much there was.
When I was little, I believed that drinking Gatorade would make me stronger like the people in the commercials I saw. One day I took a drink, flexed my arm and was very thrilled to realize I had made my "first muscle." My older cousin tried to tell me that my body was filled with muscles but I was convinced she was jealous that she wouldn't be the strongest anymore and told her not to ruin it for me.
I used to think it was illegal for children to drink coffee
I used to think "Coke" and "Coca-Cola" were two completely different drinks.
Creaming Soda is actually beer for kids.
My Friend Lisa Used To Bevile That If She Drinks
Coffee She Would Shrink.
Her Sister Told Her This When She Was 6.
She Doesn't Drink Coffee Now.
There was this juice brand called "Hi-C," and I thought it said "hic," as in hiccups.
(Hyphens make differences.)
When I was too young to drink Coca-Cola, my dad said it was an "adult drink." He later told me that he laughed while drinking Coke when he was a kid, and I was confused. He then explained that he was more of a teenager.
When my sister was little, around 4 years old, I actually convinced her that chocolate milk came from brown cows.
When I was a kid, my mom wouldn't let my sister and I drink soda in the back seat of the car. For years, I thought that's what the people on the radio meant when they said "drinking and driving" was something you shouldn't do.