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I thought that if you put peanuts in the blender, you would get peanut blender. So, I learned two things, one, that that is, in fact, untrue, and two, that peanuts will break the blender.
Also I thought that if you stirred milk long enough and fast enough that your would eventually get butter. I got bored after ten minutes of trying and decided that I wasn't "cut out" for the dairy world.
I used to believe that the old tan M&Ms tasted different than all other M&Ms. I would eat M&Ms, but every time I tried a tan one, thinking maybe I'd gotten a bad one last time, I hated it. Needless to say, I was happy when they replaced them with the blue ones.
I used to think that germs travelled up metal cutlery, the way heat does, into your food and thatwas why we need to wash our hands.
I used to think that wedding cakes were just a fake decoration especially made for a wedding, with a miniture bride and groom on top of it. I believed it because everytime I went to the country club with my parents, outside the reception ball room there is always a fake wedding cake that advertises for wedding receptions and chefs that can make personalised wedding cakes, and everytime I asked if I was allowed to eat it I would be told, "No, it's fake."
I used to belive that the Mexican dish, Flan, was made out of phlegm.
I love cats! So I thought that if I ate enough KIT KAT bars that I would turn into a cat....never did work tho.
Our family travelled from Texas to Ohio a few times a year, and often passed large fields that grew hay. In the fall the hay would be gathered into huge round wheels and wrapped in huge white plastic bags. As we passed fields full of these huge white round things, my dad told us they were marshmallow farms, and I used to wonder how they chopped up those HUGE marshmallows into smaller ones we bought in the store.
in the cantine at my school i had school dinners witch i dont normly do but it was christmas dinner so i thought i should have any way for dessert we have have ice cream and somebody had spilt ice cream on the floor and when my food had been put on my plate i walked to my seat and slipped in the ice cream and fell over not only has it landed on a teacherr but MY TEACHER!!!!!!!
When eating a chicken dinner on a Sunday afternoon at home, my two brothers always got the legs so I ate one too. Only I ate the neck thinking it was a leg until my older brother asked me, "how many legs does a chicken have?" I then realized I wasn't eating a leg!
I was told when i was very young that when you ate a prawn it came to live in your mouth as the oxygen in you mouth went in2 the prawn!
Do i eat prawns now? No way!!
When I was young my dad once told me that turkeys were baby elephants that would then make a cocoon and come out as a 'real' elephant. He also said that that because people ate so many turkeys the number of elephants was dwindling. after that my mother could never get me to eat any kind of poultry.
I use to believe that marbles were eatable.
my friend was eating ice cream, and she had a scoop of mint and a scoop of chocolate. when she was done, she mixed it all up and it looked like only chocolate, and gave it to her little brother. the next day, their mom found him crying because he couldn't make his mint ice cream turn into chocolate when he stirred it around!
When i was little i allways got the kids chicken nugget meal. One day my babysitter took me and another little boy to McDonalds. I ordered my usual and he convinced me that the Sweet and Sour sauce was made from cow boogers...Yea i switched to burgers from then on. And now that i am an adult [ i of course understand its not made out of boogers ] but if i ever get sweet and sour sauce i always think of what that kid told me. And i kind of get disgusted..he has traumatized me for the rest of my life lol
My sister and I used to believe that our babysitter was a witch and she hid a baby in our cupboard. Then she did a horrible spell to make the little baby pee. The pee we thought was what she used as juice in our Ramen Noodle Soup.
Although we truely believed this, we loved that soup and begged for it every time she watched us!
i used to believe that girls only liked candy that was colored pink or purple...and boys didn't like the flavor because it was girl colors...so they only ate candy that was blue, green, yellow or orange
when my friend was little, her father told her that a haggis was in fact a small animal that roamed the hills of Scotland, rather than a meal. She believed this for a very long time...
I thought if you found a really long fry in your Happy Meal, you could turn it into McDonald's for money.
When I was little, I used to believe that anything that was "sugar-free" or "diet" would give you diarrhea, cause I thought the symbol used for those things looked like a toilet flushing.
i work with kids and this one little girl thought that Friday was called Friday because that was the day you were suppose to fry food