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When I was small I believed that one Piece of cheese was called a chee. and a group of sheep were called sheeps, and fish fishes ect!!!
I live near a Mcalister's Deli, and one wall of the building was completely covered in mirrors. Every time I would go there, I believed there was another part to the building (the reflection). I never understood why my mom wouldn't take me there. One day, I ventured over to it to see what it was like.
It was then I saw my own reflection.
I was really disapointed, I thought only special people could sit there.
I used to think when the waitress asked my parents if they wanted "soup or salad" she was asking if they wanted something called the "super salad".
I used to belive that if a label said free, like fat "free" or sodium "free" , the company selling the food would pay for all of the fat or sodium in the food. I didnt realize that there was actually no fat in the product and then started to think food companies were cheap telling you they would pay for a portion of the food and not even put it in. I belived this until I was 12.
I use to think that garlic was green in garlic butter until I found out that is was chopped parsley :)
Croutons are called "Salad cookies"
My mother in law used to tell my husband when he was a kid while they were at the grocery store to make sure he got all the extra air out of the produce bags that way she didn't have to pay for it. So he would squeeze and twist the bag as much as he could. This went on for a couple years. I am so going to use that one on our kids.
My brother told me that if i planted M&Ms in the ground, I would get and M&M tree and i actually beliebed him until my mom told me otherwise
When I was really young I wondered why so many crumbs fell on my plate when I ate...
I came to conclude that thier were tiny holes in my chin.
._. That was wierd....
I used to think that limes were lemons that weren't ripe yet.
When i was little i used to believe that Peanuts were dried up potatoes. My mom told me otherwise when i was 10!
I thought The moon was made in honey.
On our french honey pots it said 'lune de miel'
wich means literally moon of honey. (even though I knew bees made honey)
I later realised it meant 'honeymoon'
(i soo wanted to go on the moon)
I used to believe that african american people were black because they ate too much CoCo Puffs
my grandma told me not to eat pizza coz the "brown squiggly" stuff there arent burnt cheese but WORMS!
A few years ago, my friend got tired of her little sister eating all the ice cream sandwiches so she convinced her that they were made out of llamas. She refused to eat them and would cry whenever my friend would take one out of the freezer and would exclaim, "Those poor llamas!"
I thought chicken's feet were witch's hands
I used to beileve that when you eat food just stacked up inside of you and sometime when you got filled up you would explode.
My cousin and I used to believe that if we ate enough food, we would get so big we could lay down in the streets and everyone in the world could jump on our stomaches like trampolines. Needless to say, our plates were usually clean.
My father told me that if I ate rhubarb, I'd grow hair on my chest. I thought this would be interesting and was disappointed when it didn't happen (I'm a woman now, and am still waiting)
I used to think coconuts were fruit. But one day, I was uncertain. So I walked up to my mother and asked her, "Mom, are coconuts fruits, or vegetables?" She just looked at me and said, "cocoNUTS?" I moment later I put two and two together. The sad thing is, I was 13.