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I used to think that because on the Trix cereal commercials they said "Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids!" that my parents would get in trouble if they ever are them.
I used to believe that Marshmellows grew on trees. In Hawaii no less. I was determined to move to Hawaii and own a marshmellow grove.
When I was about seven I believed that if you dropped a candy on the ground you couldn't eat it but I would always put another one beside it so it wouldn't be alone.
when I was a kid I used to think that smarties used to be medicine. everytime I got hurt I would pop a smartie in my mouth and be fine and on my way to be doing more stupid things.
when i was little my dad used to tell me that chocalate turtles were made out of real turtles and they put chocalate over them!!!! i was SO SCARED for the longest time!! and just till now i found out that he was lying to me!!! i was really mad at him!! i believed ever since i was like 5 or 6!!! and i am 12 now!!!!!!
You know those candy rockets? Well I used to think they were pills. I would fill a tiny jar with them and every once in awhile take one or two to cure my "sickness."
my parents kept my elder sister (till she was about 4 years old) think that the chocolate is cheese. whenever she asked for chocolate, they gave her cheese. lol
Until I was about 16 I used to believe, for some unknown reason that Marshmallows grew on bushes. I remember I asked my my mom which state grew the most marshmallows and she looked at me like I had two heads. We still laugh about that.
I used to honestly think that Smarties were medicine.
My friend used to believe that eating smarties would make you smarter and one day she was eating them at school and since we weren't allowed to eat candy in school the teacher told her to stop eating them. She replied "But they make me smart"
When I was little I was sure that ice cream was sold in the box with the cones. I could never figure out how they kept the ice cream from melting when the cones weren't refrigerated!
I used to believe that if you didn't follow the directions on the sweetarts that said "bite em" or "suck em" that you would die. Thanks to my big sister this plagued my childhood.
When I was small the sweets called "Smarties" had a slogon "watalotigot". I thought this was another name in another language for the sweets. But it actually says "What alot I got".
when i was younger i thought that the clouds were made of candy floss, so one day i stood on my window sill and tryed to touch the clouds but..... i fell of backwards off the window sill and cryed for day because i couldn't grab a cloud anywho the next week the fair was on and i was brought a bag of candy floss i was over the moon! i started to shout im eating clouds hahahahaha to every1!!!!!!!! they wer to good old days !!!!
When I saw a sign saying "Ice Cream Sold Here" I thought that meant they had sold out of all Ice Cream. My mum knew I thought that and carried on pretending I was right so she wouldn't have to buy me any.
i used to believe if i ate too many sugar cubes i would turn into a squirrel
I used to think that coin-operated vending machines had the magical ability to turn my coin into candy. I'd hoped that one day I'd figure out the machine's secret and turn all of my saved money into candy.
When I was 7, my mom's friend asked me if I had a sweet tooth. I told her to "wiat a minute, let me check". Then I proceeded to "taste" each of my teeth. There must have been a piece of watermelon candy stuck in a back molar because I said "yep, and it tastes like watermelon".
I used to believe that shoo fly pie was made of old shoes and dead flys, and I wouldn't eat it.
When I was little my mum told me I didn't like sugar, so that I wouldn't eat sugary things so much. So every time I would ask for sugary cerials she would say "No you wouldn't like that" and I would reply "You're right! Sugar is GROSS!"
Well a few years later I came up to my mom, and I looked really guilty, I told her "Mum, I have to tell you something.... You are wrong. I really DO like sugar"