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My friend's daughter used to call Apples "Napples". Actually, it made sense since people would always ask her if she wanted AN Apple - which sounded to her like A Napple!
I used to believe that the inside of my body was empty, and when you ate something, it went down to the lowest part of your body. So, if your first meal of the day was "salad", you would have "salad" inside your feet.
My mom always told me that oranges had lots of vitamin C in them and for some reason I thought that the white stuff on the inside of the orange peel was vitamin C. I thought that you had to eat that part to get the vitamins.
I used to believe that if I ate liver pate I would grow a new liver. I ate it like crazy, so then I could give my extra liver to someone who needed one.
i used to belive that if you found a peanut in smooth peanut butter you could sue the peanutbutter company for false advertisment
We would go on picnics and there would be 4 chicken legs in the basket. Dad had me convinced all chickens had 4 legs. After all, how did Mother get 4 to fry ?
I used to think that butter's only use was to cool down hot foods; butter is kept in the fridge and then you cut a slice off put it on hot food and it melts into liquid that cools the food so you can eat it...toast pops up..it gets buttered...hot dinner rolls out of the oven...get the butter...corn-on-the-cob...slather it on!
When I was little my dad told me that if you drank too much coffee it would make your skin turn black.
Mine is similar to another I seen. When I was a kid my older brother told me that the peaches in a can have veins in them. If you look closely, you'll see what I mean. To this day I don't eat much fruit at all beacause I've noticed that a lot of fruit has "Veins."
On my first day of kindergarten, the lunch menu said, "Pig in a blanket" (A hotdog wrapped in bread.) Visualizing a very large live pig shaking and covering it's eyes while hiding under my 'Blankie', (blanket) I walked up to my mom, all worried, and asked, "Do I really have to eat a pig in a blanket?"
I used to believe that chicken fingers were sea food. Because whenever you go to a seafood resturant, chicken is always an option.
For some reason, I used to believe that if you put grape "stems" (the stuff left over after you've eaten all of the grapes) in the oven, that it'd turn into a huge baked turkey.
I believed when I was little that the crunchy stuff on fried chicken was actually the chicken's feathers. They would just pop the chicken into the oven and it would come out looking like fried chicken...
My mom told me that when she was little, she was always excited to open the Pillsbury packets, hoind the doughboy would hop out.
I used to think brown eggs were only for black people, because nobody I knew bought or ate them, I just saw this one black lady in the store with them in her cart.
When my husband was small, he asked his father where spaghetti noodles come from. His father told them that macaroni's grow in fields in Italy and that spaghetti is extracted from the inside of the macaroni stalks.
I used to believe that veal was space cows.
When I was younger my dad told me that if I ate carrots, my eyes would become brighter
My friend told me that when she was younger, her older sister told her that cucumbers were really frogs legs.
I used to believe(with the help of my dad)that cucumbers came from the sea. I always thought that, until I got older and realized it was stupid, but still didn't know where they came from. I found out this past month that they grow on vines(i'm now 14)I never told anyone
As a self-respecting boy, I refused to order grilled cheese sandwiches, thinking them to be called "girled cheese sandwiches." Hence I always asked the waitress for a "boyed cheese sandwich."