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When I was little I thout Cows made Milk, horses made water and goats made apple juice!
i used to believe that the pulp in orange juice was actually human hair...i still to this day dont drink orange juice with pulp!
I used to believe that when you made suicide drinks (mixing all of the drinks at take out resturants) and drank them, that you would actually die.
I used to watch TV shows where wifes would complain that her husband was drinking too much beer. I never understood what the fuss was all about - I loved my root beer!
I used to believe that drinking and driving applied to every drink. I pointed this out to Mom when I was seven. She nearly spat out her coffee.
When I was 5 my grandfather had a retirement party and two 10 year olds were the only kids there besides myself. There was a cooler of soft drinks outside and they told me to go get them two root beers. Not knowing that root beer wasn't really beer I snuck outside when everyone was doing their toasts to my grandpa because I was afraid of getting sent to jail. I got the root beer back to the kids and refused to talk to them cause they were "breaking the law". My parents didn't understand this when I refused to say good-bye to them at the end of the party and told them they were bad kids and needed to be punished! Everyone thought it was funny when I explained what their crime was except me!
When I was little my sister told me that apple juice was actually pee. I asked her if it was true and she said "no, I was just kidding" i continued to drink the apple juice I had and she gave me a look as if she was serious about it being pee. I screamed and ran out of the room crying. She was really cruel. I actually love apple juice now and drink it all the time.
i used to think that a glass of water ment the water was cold, while a cup of water ment the water was room tempature.
I used to believe that mountain dew was pee. probably because my brother's told me they wrung out my bed, and that's where mountain dew came from.
I used to call orange soda "Zook pop" because it reminded me of the orange leotards that the Zooks wore in Dr. Seuss's book "The Butter Battle Book"
When I had scrapes and cuts, my mom would sometimes clean them with rubbing alcohol. When I got into elementary school, they'd tell us that alcohol is bad and that you shouldn't drink it. So I sniffed the bottle of rubbing alcohol one day and I couldn't imagine anyone actually drinking that stuff.
I used to believe that when you shook a soda bottle ( like a liter size) it would explode and flood the whole room. so i decided that i wanted a explosion of sprite, so i took a liter of sprite (unopened) and shook as much as i could, and when i opened it, it exploded all in my face. and unfortunately not flooding the whole room
When i was little i thought root beer was Beer Beer and my moms friend tryed to gimme some and i told my mom hes trying to make me drunk
I used to think that women drank coffee and men drank tea.
This is bthat's what my mum and dad did.
I also thought that women smoked cigrettes and men smoked cigars. Couldn't find a section for this though
when i was really young i was scared to death of the garbage truck, i thought it was a crazy monster and hated it's "roaring"...well one day i had an orange juice from with a straw and when i got to the bottom of the juice and it make that noise that straws make when theres not much liquid left and i was convinced it was the garbage truck! i didn't drink orange juice for years
I used to beleive that those glasses you get with the drink names on them, u can put that drink in there and it will taste better. I still think it's true because it tastes different.
When I was little I used to hear about not drinking and driving, but I thought it meant you couldn't drink anything so one day when my mom was drinking coffee in the car, I wondered why we didn't get arrested.
I used to believe that drinking (anything) while driving was dangerous so when my mom sipped her coffee in the car I would yell at her and get all upset
When I was younger I used to believe that whenever I would drink Kool-aid that huge Kool-aid "ohh, yeahh!" guy would jump through my wall. So I never drank the stuff.
I used to believe that you gor red hair from drinking coffee. My Grandmother told me so.