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This belief has just been solved recently. I once believed that the ice cream cone was inedible. (That means not safe to eat.) It was because for a long time I have not seen anyone eat one, and never ate it in a cone! I became secretly horrified when i saw my brother eat the cone, but i didn't dare to warn him. It wasn't until I searched on the internet that the cones are made out of wafers, which are kind of like waffles. Oh nuts! They should advertise the cones as edible, so that kids like me will not get confused!
I used to believe that cows automatically produce milk all the time, and that they don't mind humans taking it. Not until I was 24 I learned that they have to give birth to a calf to produce milk, just like other mammals...
I used to think that if I drank too much milk, I would turn into a cow. I have no idea where I got that from, it made me afraid to drink milk.
When I was a child I liked milk and I used to down a glass of milk. But one day my teacher told me a story about milk that scared me. He told me that if you down the milk you choke, because when the milk goes down in the esophagus it becomes a ball. So, from this day I began to take small sips of milk. One day while I was having breakfast my mother noticed what I was doing and asked why; so I told her the teacher’s story. She laughed a lot and said that the story was a lie. I suppose that my teacher had to tell the story to scare me off and make me drink slowly.
Milk made your bones stronger by coating them and adding another layer of bone on top, so if I drank too much milk my bones would get too thick and clunk together and I'd be frozen.
The moon was made of cheese.
I used to believe chocolate milk came from brown cows and regular milk came from black and white cows
When we were little my sister thought if you mixed cow’s milk and water you’d get goat’s milk
My cousin once told me that white cows made regular milk and that brown cows made chocolate milk, and I believed him until my mom told me the truth years later.
When I was a kid I used to believe that different breeds of cow meant different flavours of milk, hence variety in milk shake flavours.
I used to think milk was really called ' moo juice' as it was what my family called it. Imagine my suprise when I learned to read and discovered our local store only sold milk!
I used to believe that drinking milk would result in freckles on your face. I drank and drank but never got them. I was very upset.
When I was a kid i used to believe that cows had a fridge in there stomach and thats where they got there milk. :)
I used to believe the milk would get sad if all I ever drank was koolaid.
When i was little, I used to believe there were tiny men working inside the cow, like a factory so they could help produce the milk.
Once when I was little I went to a farm on a school field trip. A lady showed us the machine used to milk cows. She put it on my thumb so I could feel the suction. After that I believed my thumb had milk in it.
I used to believe that if you opened a milk carton at the wrong a bomb would go off. My sister told me that...
My parents used to tell my sister and I that if we didn't drink all of our milk it wouldn't be a sunny day the next day. I'm pretty sure this is why I still drink so much milk...
When I was in kindergarten, I used to believe that my vanilla yogurt was Elmer's glue and wouldn't eat it. I thought my mom was mean to give that to me as part of my lunch.
I used to beleive that milk bottles were filled with milk, directly from the cow's udder.