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When I was (very) young, I believed that sausages were Pig poo. Yum.
when i was about 7 years old my family wanted to go to Ryans for dinner. i after i ate me plate, i went to the desert bar and i had seen some nice, red jello. i got a BIG bowl full and when i got back to the table, my twin sister said, "do you know what jello is made out of?" i said no. my sister said that it was made from pig skins. i just look at my BIG bowl of jello and i didnt eat it. my mom was talking bout the children who didnt have food to eat and i was selfish to waste my food. i didnt eat jello untill i was 12 years old.
I learned my first 'naughty' words in the 6th grade. I also stopped eating fish-sticks in the 6th grade. If you say fish-sticks fast enough they sound a little gross... I still can't get myself to eat them.
I used to believe that Limabeans would kill you if you didn't eat them.
I flushed them down the toilet.
I believed that linguini was made of tape worms and was scared to eat pasta for a long time!
I remember my mother telling me that I would grow potatoes in my ears if I didn't clean them. I didn't want to eat potatoes for a long time after that, for fear of whose ears she harvested them from!
I used to believe that tapioca pudding was made from fish eggs. I ate it anyways, even though I hate fish! (Yeah, I'm weird!)
When I was little, I believed that mushrooms were actually the ears of little tiny miniature elephants that were about two or three inches tall. Yes, this sounds silly, but bear in mind that at the TIME, I'd only ever seen cooked, sliced mushrooms, and they looked elephant-ish to me, so I put two and two together, lol.
When I was four, my grandpa told me that soy sauce was made from bug juice when the bugs hit the car windsheild. I came to the conclusion that at night while we were sleeping, an evil man went around our neighborhood and scraped the bug juice off everyones windsheilds and put it in a jar to feed to people. To this day, I won't eat any food with soy sauce in it.
When I was 4 ish I would not eat spinach. My parents would successfully get me to eat a few pieces if they told me that I could not grow up big and strong like Pop-Eye. After hearing this I would flex my muscles and take a bite, grimace, swallow, maybe, and quite vocally refuse to eat any more. My parents would then repeat the procedure.
I used to believe stuffing came directly from the cooked bird, and was really chicken and turkey guts. I was never allowed in the kitchen before the stuffing of the bird, which is what led to this belief. I wouldn't eat it at Thankgsgiving and made everyone sick when I told them what I thought of it
My Dad told me that the milk in coconuts was monkey wee. I believed him, not considering how on earth the monkeys would go about such an operation.
Just to be cruel, my brother told me that Rice Crispies where dried moth eggs/larva. I didn't eat Rice Crispies for several years.
When I was younger, I thought that Broccoli came from moss on a rock. I learned that this wasn't true when I tried to eat the moss . . . For the record it doesn't taste anything like broccoli.
My mom used to tell my brother and I that the meat in the hamburgers at Chinese restaurants was dragon meat. To this day I am still leary of chinese food.
When my sister and brother and I where younger our parents would make liver and onions for dinner not mentioning acutally that it was "LIVER". One day we asked them to make that good steak with the onions. To our suprise we had been eating liver and onions thinking it was steak and onions the whole time!
You know how people allways say how, "theres allways room for Jello" well when i was about 6 my mother told me that Jello was made out of cow udders, i never ate Jello again.
when i was in this daycare we were eating and it was some kind of meat and i over heard one of the people taking care of us say that the meat we were eating was livers taken from poor children across seas
For as long as I can remember I have not liked onions. Since my daddy did he would always try to sneak them into my food. One day, I was about five, he made chicken and fried potatoes for me and mom. When I asked him if there were onions in it he looked me dead in the eye and said "eat 'em, they'll put hair on your butt". For the next few years of my life I checked my backside every night before bed just in case I accidentally ingested a piece of onion. To this day I wont even touch them. I am 23.
I used to believe that the rice in Tapioca pudding was fish eyes. To this day I cannot eat Tapioca pudding.