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I used to believe that coco cola waa alchoholic.
I got kinda scared when they were serving it at my friends birthday party.LOL!
My dad and mom used to own a restaurant and i was very clumsy so i'd always knock down cups from my table. I used to get so upset and so would my mom. I used to think that all cups hated me...
I used to think root beer had eggs in it. I had read a story in which the main character hated eggs, and told her mom she would never eat another egg. So later, when she wanted a root beer float, her mom said she couldn't have one because it had eggs in it.
And somehow, I missed the "float" part, and thought she couldn't have root beer 'cos it had eggs in it. Truly. I thought, "Oh, maybe that's why it's foamy." The sad thing is that a little tiny part of me, while I know that no eggs are harmed in the making of root beer, senses an eggyness about root beer. Which is just odd, I know.
When I was four years old, my grandmother told me that the last drops left in empty soda bottles were poison. I believed her for at least a few months.
I used to believe that just like how you can’t drink any alcoholic drinks if you are under 21, you couldn’t drink anything with caffeine if you were under 13.
My broher told me that people who pushed the wrong bubble (on drink lids from fast food resturants) were forced t eat bugers if anyone caught them. I believed him for the longest time and always pushed the right one after that.
I used to believe the man on the label of Tasters Choice coffee was Mr. Rogers from Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. He DOES look like him!
When i was a little girl of 5 years, my dad was very interested in Tai Chi. He would do his excersizes and then get himself something to drink and sit with me. One time he was making juice and I asked him what kind it was. He told me it was concentrated juice, like the ones in the can where you add water. My daddy asked why I wasn't having any juice, and I replied "But that's your juice to help you concentrate!" thinking of the hard Tai Chi excersizes he was doing and how he told me and my brother never to bother him while he was doing them...hehe
my parents were at a resturant and they orderd a sumtin sockie i thought they were ordering a sock to eat
until I was about 7 or 8 I thought that when my grandma would ask or say "soada water" that she would accualy add water to my soada to keep me form being hyper!
When I was a little girl my mom said that if you drank coffee your knees would get black and that is why she told me to never drink coffee and I still don't.
When i was three i was quoted saying this...
"Grandma, it was the Eeriest thing! I got a beer for grandpa but when i opened it it sprayed in my eye"
at the time i had no idea what eerie was but i did think it was a miracle for canned liquids to spray at you...
Once my brother wanted my Dad to make sure that the POP wasn't sour like how Milk does. He told him that if it was he could die. He took a big drink and ran to the bathroom. My brother and I chased him and when we saw him he was laying on the floor shacking. We started crying I really thought he was dieing.
If you drank too much coffee, you would get bow legs!
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.
Until I was 10 I thought if you drank alcohol or smoked before you were 21 you wild die.
When having wine with dinner my parents gave me "wine of the earth". This was water but I couldn't believe we were being allowed alcohol!
I was watching TV and I saw this lady stumbling around. I asked my mom what was wrong and she told me that the lady was drunk. I avoided drinking water for years after.
I used to play a handheld video game on long road trips with my family. The only time that I was able to beat the game is when I was drinking mello-yello. So that soft drink had to be good luck for me.
Now who's to say that I outgrew it, at my wedding we had a fountain flowing that beautiful yellow nectar.
when i was little i saw the movie 'my fair lady' with my mum.when her father got some money and he was singing, mum told me that he was going to buy 'scepial' drink with it.she told me that it's a kind of drink that makes you happy.i found this very hard to understand until i got older.