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i sometimes look at the ingredients of things when im bored. one day when i was young i was reading the ingredients of Smarties. one ingredient said 'carnouba wax' or something. i thought it was wax that was used to wax cars! so i never ate them til i figured out that it was just the stuff that makes a shiny cover around each smartie
I used to believe that chocolative laxative was actual chocolate. When my mom recieved some EX-LAX for a gag gift for one of her birthdays when I was about 10... I had 18 pieces of 24 that were in the box.... cause I wanted to save the rest for my mom.... Let's just say I didn't feel too great the next day.
During my childhood,i used to grab something sweet(pre. chocolates) and go for bath.
Alas!i stopped doing that when my grandma made me believe that doing so causes heavy rain during my marriage.errrrrrrrr! NOooooooooooo!
even now i fear of such a thought.....i dont want to take any changes though...he he heeeee
WHen my parents told me not to eat alot of candy cause I could be bouncing off the walls I didnt eat any more candy form when I was like 5 to 15 cause I thought I would literally bounce around the house off the walls!!!
I used to believe that cotton candy was made out of cotton and sugar.
When I was little, my big brother told me that malted milk balls were really made of dehydrated earthworms. Of course, he really just wanted me to give him all of my candy. It worked. I still can't eat the stupid things.
I used the thing that Cadbury's Eater Creme Eggs had real egg inside. I was well into my teens before I could bring myself to try one.
I used to think you could only eat sundaes on sunday.
I thought sugar cones were made of cardboard.
I used to think Timbits (mini doughnuts from Tim Hortons) came from the center of doughnuts, and that was why doughnuts have holes in the middle.
I used to believe that if you ate alot fo Jell-0, Bill Cosby would come give you a prize. My mom told me that because she worked for Jell-o or something so she probably got it for free
My mom used to tell me that Jell-o was made from horse hooves. I found out recently that wasn't true but that still doesn't make my stomach feel any more relieved.
I used to believe that Pixie stix were actual magic pixie dust and if you ate one, then while you were sleeping, a pixie would come and put a curse on you and sew your mouth shut for eating her precious Pixie dust.I'm 12 now and i still have trouble sleeping after eating Pixie Stix!
i used to believe cotton candy was real cotton after going to chuckie cheese and my brother told me
I used to believe that doughnuts were made by putting apples in the microwave.
Remember Pop-eye sticks??? Well, to me they looked exactly like the sticks lollipops are on, so i used to believe that lollipop sticks were entirely edible. Well, when my mother finally told me they were simply paper, i refused to eat the candy pop-eye sticks thinking they too were just paper.
My sister used to believe that if she ate those 'parma violets' sweets she would have the power of flying, and she would try jumping off the stairs (but only about as far up as the fourth stair) to see if it worked when she had them. Other sherbert sweets, strangely, weren't endowed with such powers.
when we were little we lived in the country w/a garden my sister and i thought we could plant m&m's amd grow them,our parents went along the row w/ those little snack sized packs and we really thought we grew m&ms over night!
When I was little, my parents would take me to Dairy Queen as a special treat. I would look at the pictures of the sundaes and other fancy treats and want one. My mother told me that those were just pictures to look at, that Dairy Queen really only sold ice cream cone. Sad thing is, I actually believed her for years. When I saw other people with sundaes, she told me that at Dairy Queen the sundaes were made with broccoli and spinach and that they were nasty and I wouldn't like them. I believed her for several years. Would my mom lie to me?
When I was little, we visited a neighbor and I was checking out the Sweet & Low packets on the table. Mom told me not to touch those. Why? "Because they cause cancer."
I assumed this was the actual purpose of Sweet & Low, like it was some kind of suicide pill. Needless to say, I thought the neighbors were pretty scary for keeping cancer poison attractively displayed right on the table.