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When I was 4 years old, I knew that milk comes/came from cows, but believed/thought only for a little while, that apple juice came from horses.
When I was little, I used the think they sold licorice at the liqour store, so when my parents went to the liqor store, i would always ask to come to get licorice
Up until I was about 6 or 7, I used to think that, instead of entering the prize codes that I would find on my soda bottle caps on the internet, you were supposed to say the code out loud, and the prize would just apper in your hands. I never tried my theory, though, because I thought my parents would be mad, since I thought the prizes would cost money, and the money would dissapear.
I believed there was a man inside the coke machine. If you gave him some money he would put a soda into the chute and it would slide down to you.
Every time I bought a soda, I would yell "THANK YOU" into the chute.
I used to think that beer was horse pee. Probably because that's what my mom told me...
I used to think it was illegal to drink hot chocolate in the summer.
I used to believe that if you drank too much water your insides would drown! So if I was offered a drink I'd always think about how much I'd already had to drink that day and be afraid if I had another drink I might drown myself!
i used to believe that smart people were smart because they drank a lot of tea
I am ten and my mom drinks like almost never. So whenever she drinks she seems to talk funny and fall out so every time I see people drink I think the next thing they are goin to go is to Heaven
When I was younger, I thought that coke tasted like chocolate.
Whenever my family took road trip vacations I used to believe that the bottles of yellow liquid on the side of the interstate were half drank containers of apple juice.
It was only much later that I figured out they were depositories of urine from lazy truckers.
My friend, at age 15, thought that his drink was too sweet. So he poured some out in the garbage to get rid of some of the sugar. He wondered why it was still just as sweet...
when i was younger i saw a movie where there was a gathering at a park type place and a thing full of grape coolaid was there for everyone to drink. Well i dont remember why but someone had poisoned the coolaid. Needless to say i was afraid of grape coolaid for years after, i wouldn't even drink or eat anything grape flavored for a while.
I used to think that tea grew on trees already in mugs!
When I was little, my grandma used to say "crappuccino" instead of "cappuccino," so that's what i thought they were really called!
When I was little, I used to think that if you drank beer you would die right after you drank it.
I used to believe that when it came to wine, women only drank white wine and men only drank red wine. This because my dad alwasy drank red wine and if my mum took a glass of wine, it was white wine. Somewhere along the road, I gave up believing this, and now that I myself drink wine of both kinds, I know how silly it is.
My brothers and I watched a pig dissection on TV when we were really little. When they cut open the pig, the liquid that came out looked like apple juice. So for a while I assumed that apple juice came from inside dead pigs.
No wonder I don't like apple juice...
I used to think you had to be 18 to drink coffee, just like you have to be 21 (in America) to drink alcohol. My reasoning for this was that I only saw adults drinking coffee when I was a young girl, and I thought that if a kid drank it he or she would get punished or even arrested. Now as a high school senior, seeing how many of my peers are hooked on Starbucks, I'm beginning to think that wouldn't be a bad idea! (Fortunately for me, I've always despised coffee.)
When I was 7, upon approaching a soda machine with my mom, I was told that Fresca was alcoholic. It turns out she did not want me drinking things with aspartame in them.