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Eating potatoes with skins on puts hair on your chest
That baked beans were made of pasta! Spaghetti is?!
I used to call calamari, cala dari
Random little tidbit as i'm eating my fav type of pudding over here...it's tapioca--i'm really a sucker for anything vanilla flavored, but anyway--different tangent, haha...my Grandpa Jones, back when i was a kid, told me once that the tapioca pearls were frog eggs...i remember how blown my mind was that i was eating them...To this day, anytime i eat tapioca pudding I think of the nostalgia tied to it...Oh memories [3!
Up until I was about 15, I thought that the spoons that came with McDonald's Mcflurry's were straws. Needless to say, I was frustrated when, time after time, I couldn't get any ice cream to go up the straw.
When I was child, I used to believe if I didn't eat soup, I would never grow up
I always knew that hamburger was made out of cows, but I was very upset when I found out that the cow actually had to die. Before finding that out, I thought that huge chunks of flesh were scooped off of living cows, and that they survived this procedure. I must have thought the world was full of cows with big chunks scooped out of them... either that or that the missing chunks grow back.
I recently shared this childhood belief with a friend of mine. She thought it was morbid, and I said, "What, more morbid than death?"
My sister used to tell me that bananas were grown straight and that they were sent to the north pole and bent by a man known as the banana bender. So when we used to get straight bananas she used to say that the banana bender didn't do his job i believed this from when I was three to six!
I used to think that hummus was made out of eggs because I heard that hummus was made out of chickpeas and I assumed thay were eggs.
When i was a child my parents told me:
"You must eat a lot of food if you want grow and become as tall as your dad!"
And so i used to think that the food entered inside my body and when the body was full of food, the new food that i introduced, pushed the food in my head toward the top. And for this, i could became tall.
For this lore i eated as an insane boy.
Up until I was 10 I used to believe turkey was vegetarian.
Whenever my mother said handbag, I always thought that she was saying hambag and that she kept ham in there so one day after school I said I was hungry and she said she didn't have any food with her. I then said, "then why did you bring your hambag?" and that's when I found out that it was actually called a handbag.
I used to believe pretzels were salted wood.
My Sister Holly Once Believe That Cornflakes Makes You Shrink. She Never Ate Cornflakes
I thought that scone was slang for snow cone so I begged my mom for one at an outdoor fair. I was very disappointed to receive a cookie instead of shaved ice.
Whenever we ate shepherd's pie for dinner my mam would tell me that there was a shepherd in every shepherd's pie so that I'd eat it, since I didn't like the dish. When I was finished but hadn't found the shepherd, my dad would say that he'd eaten it by mistake. This fooled me for years.
When people would say some food was made from "scratch", I used to believe that scratch was a kind of food like butter
That the plastic supports in pizza boxes were Tiny Pizza tables for my sisters Barbie Dolls. Took a long time to realize they stop the pizza box from touching the Pizza's center.
I thought marshmallows were a "fruit" which they picked off from bushes, then bought at the store. I think this came from seeing cotton growing in the fields on a Georgia vacation when I was 3 or 4.
I explained this to my uncle (a farmer) when I was in kindergarten and he laughed so hard I thought he was going to have a coronary.
When I was a child, until 6 years old, I used to believe that "polenta" was only for dogs. Polenta is a salted cream made by corn powder and water. I used to believe that because in my home, we used to cook it just for our dogs. But when I started going to school, There was "polenta" for lunch! And so, I founded out that people could eat "polenta" too...