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I believed that hot dogs never left your body. My theory was that they waited around until the next time you barfed, then they came out.
When I was little just to scare me my dad told me that eggs were liquid chickens. I was terrified to eat them because I was eating a baby chicken to make it worse my grandpa told me chickens would hatch in my stomache. I still can't eat them.
I had a friend whose parents worked for the school district. His father was a bus driver and his mother was a cafeteria worker. His dad sat at the entrance to the cafeteria as we walked in almost daily. On the days that we had some sort of gray toned meat, he would tell us that he ran over an armadillo that morning and that it was being served for lunch. For some strange reason, we ate it..
When I was a child, my step brother told me he had heard a story about a restaurant who couldn't afford to buy shrimp to put on their pizzas. Instead, they cut up baby mice and served them in place of shrimp. I believed him. To this day, I will not eat shrimp.
i would never eat biscuits with currants in because someone told me they were flies.
i used to believe that black wood ear
came from the skin of the bats
When I was little I went to this toy store and bought some mexican jumping beans. Well when you open those up they have little larvas in them, which look like caterpillars. So I asked my dad were there beans in ALL caterpillars? And he said yes. So until this day I do not eat beans of any kind.
When I was younger I believed that pistachio nuts were made out of beetles that had somehow been dried out.
When i was little i thought that pickles were made of frogs so i never ate them because i didnt want to be a frog
My mum told me that if I ate sugar from the sugar bowl I'd get worms.
when i was about 10-11 years old my mom always told me the vienna sausages are wut happens to lil-boys if they are bad, man i cant believe i thought it was true
i used to believe, and was told, that there was fish eyes/eges in tapioca pudding. I have never aten it since.
when I was about 3 my uncle used to tell me McDolnald's chicken nuguets were mad from kids that had blue eyes blonde hair and pale skin that I happend to have. I used to believe it.
When I was little, I started to question the tiny, bug-sized dough bubbles in the take-out pizza I ate (if you don't know what I'm talking about, it's the bumpy area under the sauce and cheese). That led me to believe that there were little creatures (bugs or something) baked into the dough. I didn't touch pizza for a while.
When we were young, my brother and I convinced our baby brother that a large skillet full of lard was actually chocolate fondue -- he immediately stuck a spoonful in his mouth! It was warm and he couldn't tell right off, but he chased us around the kitchen trying to hit us with the spoon! He was around 5 or 6 years old then.
Months later, I told him that hearts of palm were string cheese and he ate a whole one in milliseconds only to discover the brinish/vinegary taste! To this day he will not eat one. He is almost 19 years old!
When I was about 6 my uncle used to tell my 4 year old brother and I that butter was made from snot, I never believed him but my brother being very gullible did. My mom caught him once putting some snot on a piece of toast. :)
I always thought the dots in tapioca pudding were fish eyes.I didn't eat it for years!Thanks alot Ricky!!!
For the longest time I thought that tapioca pudding was really fish eggs in pudding.
I used to belive that if you ate anything that had mould growing on it, you would grow mould on your skin.
To this day I cannot eat tomato sauce (ketchup) because my older brother had me convinced it was blood when we were little.