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I believed that if I didn’t “hole some” food I would turn into a skeleton. Donuts were the best, but I would always insist that my mother not cut my baloney sandwich in half so I could bite a hole in the center before eating the rest.
When my family ate melon I would leave the skins segments outside along with a couple of used teabags - I thought I was feeding the Moon.
i used to beleive that whatever i had for tea everyone else in the world would be having the same as me!!!
everybody in my family used to be taught that when we eat red paprika as a spice in vegetable sauces and soups, this is what made our cheeks red, and to make us eat carrots my Mom told carrots make us be able to whistle...I stopped believing in this when I stopped to believe in Santa Claus, around 10 years of age.
When I was little, I never ate pesto sauce because I thought if you ate it, it meant you were a pest.
My gran always told me to 'go easy on the tomato ketchup, because I'm not buying any more', this made me think she was going to die when the bottle was empty, and subsequently made me feel very guilty whenever I put it on my food - in very small amounts.
I realise now she was fibbing, since she lived 'till I was 40!
i always thought that if you swallowed an orange pit it would grow out of your head, i once was in deep distress for a whole weekend coz i swallowed one, much to my older sisters delight
As a child, i used to find toothpaste particularly yummy. To prevent me from eating too much of it, my dad always told me tht very soon, id have a 'toothpaste tree' growing in my tummy and out of my mouth. That really did make me apprehensive abt my fav meal.
I knew that beef came from cows and that chicken came from chickens. However, I was convinced that pork could be obtained by mixing beef and chicken together.
I used to believe that when you became an adult,you would automatically like or even love chilli or chilli sauce or spicy stuff like that!
I used to believe that meat grew on animals and it that it could be cut off without killing or even hurting the animal.
When I was younger, my cousin told me that if you ate a breakfast cereal, you would turn into the character on the box.
I used to have nightmares about turning into Rory the Tiger on Frosties!
I used to believe that brocoli were little trees and that the Keebler Elves lived in them. I found out this wasn't true when I asked my mother, "Where do the elves live after we cut down their trees to eat them?"
I used to believe there was actually real cake in boxes of cake mix because the packaging had a picture of the cake.
When i was young, my parents would encourage me to eat my food and if i was ever to throw them away I would go to hell. I was scared for a while and would forced the food into my mouth even if i was full
I was convinced that cheese came from a green nice smelling plant that we call the DAUN PANDAN in Malaysia and I told as many people as I could that it truly came from the plant....till today, my kindergarten mates remind me of that very very misguided belief! .....errr I actually made them try to eat the stuff....
i used to think if you poured more milk in the cerial bowl there would be more cerial, so 1 day i overflowed the bowl of cerial.
when i was younger my family didnt go to mc donalds or anywhere like that at all becuase mc donalds chop down rainforests >still not sure if they do or not<, so it had me finkin what do they chop down the rainforests for so i came to the conclusion chips were made outa wood, a bit worrying i gues becuase i had seen chips being made at home
Only black people can eat black chicken?
It is a very common belief held by many in Northern Ireland, including myself, when younger, that corned beef was made from Argentinian horses. For those of you from NI reading this. THIS IS NOT TRUE. I had to explain this to my 25 year old wife just the other day.........