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I used to think a brothel was another word for a soup kitchen.
Up until I was about seven, I thought soda pop was alcoholic and that's why kids weren't allowed it.
I used to believe that it was quite possible to make it start pouring rain outside by spilling salt on the ground like the girl on the Morton salt package. I never tried it because I didn't want it to rain!
When my mom gave me my daily Flintstone chewable vitamin, I thought it was important that I get a different character each day, otherwise I wouldn't be getting all of my vitamins.
I thought ground beef was the meat they scraped off the ground at the slaughterhouse. Yuck.
I thought if you took some candy and buried in the yard, you would grow a candy tree.
if you drank coffee before your 16th birthday, your skin will turn purple.
When my (twin) sister and I were like 5, we went to a day camp where they had us make cookies out of playdough and put them in the oven. While we were eating snack they’d switch them for matching real cookies and bam - magic! My sister really wanted to try this at home so Mom entrusted me with the secret of the magic playdough cookies. I got to help her make the real cookies and pull off the switcheroo, and I considered it of the utmost importance that my sister never find out the secret. Well a few years passed and she still believed it - she was reminiscing and I couldn’t stand taking part in this insidious lie anymore. I took her aside and broke the news. She was furious.
I used to believe that black olives were made out of whale skin.
When I was a child, I used to believe , that supermarket products didn't have a provenance,the things just appear out of nowhere.