When I was little I believed that the world and the people that existed, but as I grew up I changed my ideology since I met many more people in the world, I also believed that all people are good but when I grew up I could make a difference in good people and Bad people, also when I was little I had several dreams that I thought I was going to fulfill but when I grew up I was looking for something to feed me in the future that was not in my plans, I also believed that my father was the best but when I grew up I still think about it, but in reality it's not like that
I used to think the word honeymoon referred to an engaged couple romantically staring at the moon, and saying 'ok, honey, we'll go to Spain or wherever!'
I used to think train drivers lived in the small huts or train sheds at the station'?
I used to think ballerinas walked on their toes all the time, before realizing they were specially trained to dance that way!
I used to think doctors were male and nurses were female.
I thought my grandad would get older, so I asked him 'What do you want to be when you're older?'.
I used to think Jane Austen was related to the Bronte sisters, maybe like their cousin or step/half sister.
i believe that if im born in december im older then people born in may
I used to think bumper cars or dodgems were for kids under 16 to take driving lessons, especially if they had their mum or dad with them! I'm glad I never drove one with my dad, and I don't drive now as an adult, or he'd probably shout at me in the passenger seat about being a rubbish driver, knowing what dads are often like with their daughters!
I thought the term maiden name actually applied to women who were maidens.