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When i was younger i was unaware of soybeans. This lead to the idea that soy sauce came from... elephants! Specifically, it was a byproduct of when they farted. So it was some mans job to stand at the elephants rear and bottle this stuff. It never concerned me and i didn't stop eating it. Ah, the young fertile mind.
I used to think serial killers killed cereal
When I was little I knew that it was illegal to drink & drive, however I thought it was illegal to drink anything (pop, water, juice, etc.) which also made me think that it was illegal to eat & drive. so everytime my praents and I went through a fast food drive through and ate in the car I would get really scared we'd get arrested.
when i was little i thought that angel food cake was actuly made out of angels. lol my sister told me that when i was like 3 and i belived her! she said that it was made out of dead agels! i had night terrors about it and didnt go near ANY form of cake until i was like 9. that was when my mom told me the truth
I used to believe that "tentacles", like on a squid, were pronounced "testicles". I mortified my father one night at a restaurant. He was eating Calamari and I loudly asked him, "Dad, don't the testicles get stuck on your teeth?". It was a very crowded restaurant. Several tables around us started laughing and he turned bright red.
When I was about 5, I thought that apples were made in factories. Every time I would eat one, I would first examine it and try to find a seam in the skin. It was the most baffling thing to me. My father later told me that we went to an apple festival where I watched the apples go by on a conveyor belt. Apparently that's where I got the idea. :)
On the peanutbutter stood: expirationdate: see botton.
So I thought when I was 3: If you use the peanutbutter and you scratch with your knife on the bottom (so you could SEE the botton), the peanutbutter wasn't usable anymore.
I used to belive that BBQ Ribs came from humans. When my older sister and dad ate them i closed my eyes, thinking of the person who gave up a rib for them to eat. I though all the way till i was 12!
I used to believe if you planted donut crumbs in the ground, you could grow a donut tree.
I used too believe that if after you ate a bowl of ice-cream, you stirred the empty bowl very quickly with your spoon, that more ice-cream would magically appear. This was based on information given to me by my friend who was two years older than me and obviously winding me up!
I used to believe that gold fish crackers were actual fish!
Almost forgot about this one. As a child, I hated the tastes of both coffee and stuffing. Sometimes when my sister and I were misbehaving, my dad said, "You know what? I'm going to take you to the Coffee and Stuffing resteraunt!" I thought for years that such a place existed!
When I was young my mother used to tell me that guacamole was actually crushed grasshoppers.
I used to believe that grilled cheese sandwiches were actually called "girl" cheese sandwiches. I thought it was so unfair that restaurants didn't have boy cheese sandwiches too.
That the phrase "two peas in a pod" ment that when you became "best friends" with someone you were incased in a giant pea
My next door neighbours brother once told me that you couldnt eat the wafer cone from an Ice Cream and that they were paper/cardboard and only to hold up the ice cream...i never ate them for years!!
I never had a problem with green beans until I saw a Jolly Green Giant can. After that, I thought it was grass in a can. I didn't eat it for years, and now I still don't like them, even though I know it's not grass.
I used to believe that waffles were made by tiny elves scooping holes out of pancakes. I also thought that's where doughnut holes came from.
I used to think that the author, Steven Kellogg, who wrote children's books such as "'Pecos Bill", "Jimmy's Boa", and "Applelard and Liverwurst", was in any way related to a certain cereal company of the same name. This also lead me to believe that, maybe, if you bought one of his books, it would come with a coupon for a free box cereal.
i believed that whatever part Of chicken you ate, that that's where it went in your body. like, wings went to your arms and thighs to your legs. i must have had a lot of chicken breasts!