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when I was around 4 -5 I once asked my mum how she knew when boiled eggs where cooked and she told me the eggs shout "get me out get me out im done" but you had to be a grown up to hear them,and for years I used to listen see if I Could hear them! she obviously knew when I got old enough to hear them Id know she lied :)
That everything was made out of food, depending on the color. I believed, for instance, that diapers were made out of milk.
When I was 8 my brother told me that nutella was produced by a married couple. The man called Nut and the woman called Ella. Foolishly enough, I believed everything my brother told me! Soon enough my friends informed me that I was wrong...lol
I used to believe that there were little men who worked in the bucket out the front of KFC. It was their job to cook the chicken and send it down the pipes into the restaurante.
i used to think honey came from smashed up bees
I was always puzzled by jars of jam that said "extra jam" on the label. I thought it meant that there was more jam in the jar than there would be otherwise. Either it was a slightly bigger jar containing a little bit extra for free, like they often do, or they had managed to fit more into a normal sized jar.
when i was about 7 years old my dad took us for some food to long john silvers. which was odd because we never ate there. he said they had come out with something new. so i went along,never asking what it was. as my father and sister arrived up to the counter, my dad said he wanted an order of butterfly shrimp. well after i heard that i started screaming and crying. thinking it was actually real butterflies.my dad tried to calm me down as my sister and him looked so embarrassed. i think i may have even called my dad a murderer. well i was crying and crying and my dad couldn't calm me down so he just left me alone and sat down and stated eating them, and as he was eating them i cried more and more. i didnt understand for a couple years what actually butterfly shrimp were.
i used to beleive cotton balls were marshmellows
when i was little some stupid kid at schoold told me that kiwi's were monkey butts and sure enough i beleived it and didn't have another for along time!
when i was little i believed that leprecauns put the holes in crumpets.
when i was young i used to eat bananas all the time. Until one day my brother told me they were moldy giant spider legs. I still have trouble looking at bananas the same way.
I used to think beef meat came from horses, and that bolgne came from swan's necks!
I thought that the pimiento inside a cocktail olive actually grew in there naturally, like a pit or a seed. I didn't know that it was a piece of a pepper that was stuffed in there in a factory. I knew that it was possible to buy olives with no pimientos, but I figured the pimientos had just been removed because some people like them and others don't.
My favourite olives today are the ones that grow with a clove of garlic in the middle. ;)
Duck Sauce from Chinese restaurants... for many years as a child I had belief and refused to eat it, based on the fact that my father told me it was duck..poo.
For about 3 years, I thought that chili and salsa were the same thing.
I thought that onion rings were made of jellyfish probably becasue the restuarant had jellyfhish in a tank and i ate onion rings that day. lol thats why i refuse to eat onion rings today still
I used to believe that my parents swallowed the toothpaste after they brushed their teeth because I never saw them spit it out. So one day I brushed my teeth and swallowed all the toothpaste in my mouth, and said "Mom! I swallowed the toothpaste like you and dad!" and she told me if I did it again she was going to have to call Poison Control. I never did it again.
When i was little my brother told me the moon was made out of cheese.....and being the little moron i was, i believed it.
I used to believe that nobody in the world ate artichokes except for my family. I was practically raised on the things, we'd have them for dinner a lot but I never heard about or saw my friends eating them, so I concluded that my family had discovered artichokes and nobody else knew about them.
I used to believe that it was every vegetables destiny to be eaten so I couldn't leave a carrot on my plate or it would be sad. I couldn't eat just one pea or one broccoli piece either because they would die alone so I would eat even numbers of veggies so everyone would have a friend to go down with.