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When I was young I used to think that ice cream came on the cones in the box. I was always dissapointed when it didn't have any.
I used to believe Jiffy lube was a dough nut store....
i don't know why but when I was younger I used to eat loads of sprinkles by themselves, until one day my dad told me that if you have too much, it turns into seeds and a sprinkle tree grows inside you, but you have to beware of police men, or they'll get their doughnuts and dip them into you.
When I was little I thought that cotton candy was made by satan, as my mother rarely let me have it, but when i did get it, I would fail to mention that small fact to my mother thinking she would take it away form me
I used to believe, after my mum told me, that the Ferrero Rocher that people ate on adverts were chocolate covered sprouts too cut down on expenses. I found out the truth some five years later when
my best friend's mom told us that cotton candy was made from HAIR, and therefore we should not eat it and she was most certainly not buying it for us at the fair.
My dad told me we were going for ice cream sandwiches - I got upset and finally agreed, but only if I could have mine without tomatoes. I quickly decided ice cream sandwiches were the best food ever, tomatoes or not!
my grandfather had us all believe that eating cotton candy would make us flunk examinations. we were well past 18 before we thought it was safe enough to eat it!
When i was in kindergaten, my teacher gave us all plastic "seeds" to plant, and she stuck lollipops in the ground that night, making it appear that we planted lollipops. For years, I wanted my own lollipop plant
I had a friend when I was little that was eating Lemon Heads candy, and she said she was taking her medicine. For several years after that, I never at a single Lemon Head because I didn't want to take medicine if I wasn't sick. I always thought it was irresponsible of the store owners to sell medicine right next to the candy.
I used to believe that because Yorkie bars had the slogan "not for girls" on them that shops wouln't actually sell them to me!
I used to believe that vanilla ice cream wasn't natural and that only choclate was because i knew choclate was brown and i had never really seen anything else vanilla
I thought blue m&m's were lucky, s I never te them I just kept them in a jar.
When i was about 6 my best friend told me that if you eat pink lollies you would turn into a princess, but if you eat blue lollies you would die-and for some reason i belived her. So i ate all the pink candy in her house hoping i would become royalty. So when i saw her eat one i screamed because she was lying there for 10 minutes straight pretending to be dead. As she got up i was so angry i almost punched her.
I was told that skittles were made from ladybugs once when I was 5.I thought that ladybugs tasted like skittles because of that.I chased around ladybugs trying to eat them for the sweet taste.
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Tootsie Pops had pictures printed on the wrapper, and one was an Indian shooting a star. It was the belief of many of my friends, family, etc. that you could bring those to a store for free Tootsie Pops. Honestly, i can't disprove the theory-as kind grocery workers apparently thought it was cute to here my quick and exitable explaination, and gave me one anyway.
I used to believe that ice-creams were made by snow.
when i was little i used to wonder how the ice-cream ended up inside bottom of the cone when they were just plopped on top and the cone was completely empty at first...after much thinking, i assumed the ice-cream magically appeared in the cone after some while :P
in my country people buy or bake tasty cookies for new year eve,when i was 4years old i used to believe these cookies come from trees and cooky trees bloom only one time in year for new year
I used to believe that m and m's had different flavors based on their colors, and because i didn't like lemon's, I wouldn't eat yellow ones.