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I used to think that beverage was a word for alcholic drinks. I woudn't go to the beverage section of a gas station, because all those drinks were bad. I also thought that ginger ale was alcholoic, and almost had a fit when my grandmother offered me some.

Élistariel
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Up until 5th grade I thought that Root Beer was really beer. It made sense to me. My parents never ordered it at restaurants so I figured that it was so they didn't set a bad example.

Now that I know the truth-I love root beer

Glowworm
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When I was little I had a sippy cup that when I sucked on it too hard, the little air hole in it would go "Squeeeeeeee!"

I, for the longest time, thought that there was a little girl in there screaming because she didn't want me to suck her up!

Scary Dream
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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.

Anon
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I thought pink lemonade came from pink lemons.

Anon
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My cousin's mom told my cousin that pop makes you short. He probably believed it.

Molly
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When I was little I would get a drink of soda from the fridge, and my dad would remind me to be sure I put the cap back on the soda or it will go flat. One day I put the cap on the soda bottle very lose. then I would check the sode every hour or so to see if the cap itself would go flat.

AJ
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I used to think that Root Beer was beer with less calories

Anon
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I used to believe that I only went pee after I drank apple juice. I would have to go to the bathroom and be confused all day because I didn't drink apple juice.

Margorie
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I used to believe that if you swallowed wine or beer in two sips then you would get drunk

Heather
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I used to believe that root beer was alcoholic. I believed this until my brother offered me a root beer flavored lolipop. It became one of my favorite drinks.

Anon
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When my brother was about 8 or 9, he thought that if you mixed soft drinks, you would get mixed drinks. He was convinced that if he mixed too much Sprite with Rootbeer he would get drunk...

Rootbeer Floats
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When he was little, my brother thought that it would hurt to drink beer because he was sure that was what made beards grow. Obviously, it would would hurt to have hair grow out your face.

Shayla
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So, a few weeks after graduating from kindergarden, we were in the car one day when my daughter tells me, "You know, Mom, I told them at school about your drinking and driving all the time". "WHAAA? I sputtered, putting down my trusty can of coca-cola. "Yes, she said. When the who school was in that assembly and the policeman came to talk to us. He told us how bad drinking and driving is. And I told them that my Mom drinks and drives ALL THE TIME. Of course she didn't mention it was coca-cola I was drinking, and didn't tell me she had made this very public announcement until the school year was over...

Stacey
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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.

Allison
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i know someone who used to believe that fizzy mieral water came out of the ground fizzy!!

Anon
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I always used to think that 7 up(the drink) was called Zup(well thats what it looks like on the can!)and always got confused when going round people's houses what 7 up was,lol.I was so embarrassed when I asked someone if i could hav a sip of their zup :s

abi
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I used to believe that drink driving was drinking and driving at the same time and so my mum was shocked when she started to drink a milkshake and i screamed at her that she was going to get caught by the cops.

amanda
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When I drank cheerwine as a young child (6 or 7) I thought it was wine in a can that cheered you up. I decided to try the "white" cheer wine that mommy drank. I found it very very good, and drank 2 wine glasses full in less than 10 minutes. Well of course mommy didn't find this out until that night when I was throwing up 2 hours straight.

rachael
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When I was young, I thought that rubbing alcohol was the same thing as regular, drinking alcohol. So when I saw in the liquor store with my dad that a bottle of wine was so expensive I turned to him and said " Dad, why don't you just buy the kind at the drug store?"

Mish
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