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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.
When I was a kid my parents would sometimes tease me by "teaching" me things that were false. I would only become suspicious when I caught them snickering at my gullibility. But there was one time they didn't fool me for a second: when they told me that milk came from cows. I told them they were out of luck on that one, because I happened to know for sure that milk came from factories, so there. Just like I knew that babies would pop out from the navels of their mothers. And that actors in movies would actually fall in love with each other in order to add realism to their acting, and would die for real for the sake of their art if it was required by the script.
I used to believe that milk was what cows peed. Never stopped me from drinking it though!
When I was young, and until today, my mom was quite a prude, and I guess didn't want to tell me where milk came from, so somehow, from whatever she said, I thought it was cow urine!.
My Mom told me to drink my milk because it would put hair on my chest. Once I realized that females shouldn't have hairy chests, I quit drinking milk! Of course, I realized that I didn't want a hairy chest WAY before I realized that my Mom was pulling my leg!
I knew that some mothers could feed their babies with their own milk. So I thought that if I drank lots of milk that my breasts would be large.
I used to love milk, and I asked my mom where it came from, and she told me it came from cows, so I yelled "EWWW!" thinking I was drinking cow pee. I didnt drink it for about 2 months, until I went to a farm and they showed a guy milking a cow.
I used to believe, thanks to my older brother, that if you didn't close the milk carton after pouring it on your cereal that spiders would drop into the carton. I still can't leave a milk carton open and I'm now 46.
When I was very young my parents were poor. My mom would often add extra water to juice to "make it go further". One day I poured 1/2 a glass of milk and filled it the rest of the way with water. YUCK! My Dad made me drink it to teach me a lesson.
I used to beleive that milk bottles were filled with milk, directly from the cow's udder.
I used to beleive that anything that came from a cow was a dairy product (like cow spit or something) o and i thought eggs were dairy products (dunno y) i found that out a few days ago
My grandfather was from Sweden, and some English words were hard for him to understand. So he called skim milk "skinny milk." When I was younger I thought that "skinny milk" would make you lose weight (I was a pudgy child) so I once drank nearly a half gallon and was disappointed the next day to find out that I had not lost any weight!
I used to believe that Eagle Brand Condensed Milk was actually an eagle's milk!
When we were little my sister thought if you mixed cow’s milk and water you’d get goat’s milk
i used to believe the white part in fish meat is because of the fish's milk
when i was about 4, i thought that cows drank the milk and made it. i asked my mom why they drank ehat they made and she told me they drank water. she probably laughed her head off when i left. i also thought the same for bees, only with honey.
When I was younger, I told my friend that mud was chocolate milk and tried to get her to drink it. She did, and needless to say, never drank chocolate milk again.
when i saw chocolate milk at the store i thought it was the same as regular milk, it was just a different color, like the way that there are white eggs and brown eggs, but they both taste the same. i didn't know what i was missing !
I knew that dairy farms have silos so I figured that they're where the milk is stored.
When I was little I used to believe that milk was white water.