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I used to think that drinking coffee would make you taller. My dad's parents were both short, and pretty much all he drinks is coffee. So when I was four, I started making coffee for him and myself. It's not working...I'm 5'3" and done growing...
My mom told me that a glass of water has gone bad when you can se bubbles in it. To this day, I have big problems with drinking bubbly water, even if I'm very thirsty and there's no fresh water in sight.
When Al Capone's vault was opened, I overheard someone saying that all they found was a bottle of booze.
So I asked, "What are boos?" I was picturing opening a bottle and hearing a chorus of people booing.
About the age of 7, whenever my mum drank tea/coffee, i asked her if i could have some and she used to reply
"no, if you drink tea or coffee you will turn black"
Obviously believing this to be true i didn't drink tea or coffee for bout 10 years,
until one day, when i decided to take my chances and made myself some tea!! now i love the stuff!
Drinking exactly 3 litres of sunny delight made you turn orange.
I used to believe that when a juice package said the juice was from concentrate, that concentrate refered to a company that produced juice and I used to think "Wow, they make a lot of juice."
When I was little, I used to think that since the orange juice carton said from concentrate, it was made from people concentrating :P
I used to think pee was lemonade.....until I tried it.
when i was little my mom told me and my brothers if we sucked to hard on a milkshake straw our ears would just suck into our head......well i beleived her till i was about 12......lol....
I used to see those little codes for contests that Pepsi put on their bottle tops, and I believed there was a little person trapped inside trying to talk to me through the cap. So the first time I saw it, I was running through the house at age 8 screaming, "The soda is communicating! The sodais communicating!"
when i was little, watching kool-aid commercials. i used to be afraid that if i wanted kool-aid, the koolaid man would bust through my wall to give me some.
When I was younger, I thought that coke tasted like chocolate.
My aunt told me when I was little that the wavy heat coming from the road meant you were thirsty. For years when we were all in the car together, all of us kids would say “Look, I’m thirsty!” The adults would roar with laughter, and I never could figure out why. Till much later that is.
until 12 yo i thought buying and drinking coffee was illegal when you were under 18:)
I thought strawberry milk comes from baby cows
When I was about 6 I overheard an elderly aunt say to my grandmother "Jo, I've decided to stop drinking!".
This puzzled me and I inquired, "But won't you get thirsty?!"
I loved soda pop SO much when I was little, and resented that drinking fountains only spurted out water. So when I heard about "soda fountains," I thought that maybe someday, my school would get sensible and install fountains that spurted out the flavored pop of your choice.
when i was little i used to belive that drinking coke would prevent diarea!! from the day i would not stop drinking coke!! lol
once i was drinking aot of orange juice and my sister said i would get drunk if i had too much
When I was about 5 years old , my sister told me that if you dont press down the little bubbles on a soda lid ( that says what you drank ex : Root beear , cola , ect) my mom and dad would go to jail.