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My dad has a little hole by ear. I think it's a birth mark or something, but when I was about six he told me and my sister that he was going to get his ear peirced and the guy missed...
My ears still aren't peirced...
I used to believe that, no man drank hot beverages, because my father never did.
I used to believe that my mom was a queen and my dad a policeman.
My dad is a musician and my mom a director....
my sister used to believe that when you get married, you have to have a baby. that was until she asked our step-dad, "where is you child?"
he didn't have one!!!! lol
she believed anything those days. :)
my parents split up when i was about 2, but i used to visit my dad during the school holidays. Between visits dad used to put all his small change in an old cookie tin so that when i came to stay i would have some pocket money. It usually amounted to about $100...I belived my dad was really, really rich!
lets hope hes got another BIG tin put away somewhere for my wedding!
My five-year-old cousin thinks that his parents purchased him from Wal-Mart.
when i was younger i believed that my mom and dad could hear my thoughts.i say things in my head like if you can hear me look at me right now and they would so that just added to my supisions and it wasnt untill i was like 13 that i didnt believe that anymore lol
When I was little I overheard a conversation about someone "losing their child", as in before it was born. But I was convinced this woman had lost her child like you lose your keys. I was appalled that she would be so careless! Also, I was a bit afraid that my mom would lose me sometime...
i asked my mom what happened to Babi's mom and she always told me she went shopping... i was so scared when ever my mom went shopping without me!
My sister used to believe that my mother couldn't read.
She was obsessed with the story of "Cinderella" and wanted it read over and over again (literally. Finish and restart.)
Apparently, my mother got tired of it and told her she couldn't read. I don't know why she fell for it, as my mother had read it before. But I guess she believed it, as she couldn't either at the time.
She said that she thought my mother couldn't read until well into elementary school. What's even more funny is that she also told people at school her mother couldn't read. My mother was NOT pleased to hear this (and denies that she ever said it - but I believe it.)
I used to think that Mum was a partually a hen because of her pointy nose, & arms that looked like drumsticks due to her getting goosebumps easily.
When I was very young I was sitting at the table with my grandmother and I asked her "Why do you and grandpa have such wrinkly faces." At the time I thought she was being serious when she calmly replied. "From yelling at kids."
When I was younger I used to visit my aunt's house very frequently. When I was about six or seven my oldest cousin then sixteen was dating this guy, I used to see them all the time. One day I ask my cousin why did her boyfriend change? she didn't understand me so I said the other day he was black. Because he was tanner I thought that he could switch races.
I used to believe that my sister was my mother!
i used to believe that my father was a monkey from mars and that everytime i got him mad he would take me to mars and yell
"Look here! Looka t all of this non-life!"
and then bring me home by telephone.
WHen I was little my I used to throw the lint behind the dryer cause I was to lazy to throw it away. My dad then told me that you could recylce dryer lint for money so I started saving it up for cash! I was about 12 before I relized her was messing with me.
i used to believe that my father was the tallest man in the world
When i was little and sitting next to my mom and we were breathing in the same rhythm i always thought that meant we were born at the exact same minute (but on a different day) like she was born at 3:10 AM and so was I.
When I was about 6, In this English soap opera called Eastenders there was a story line of how a girl found out her 'sister' was actually her mum. I then asked my mum if my older sister (10 years older) was my mum! haha
When I was 3 in nursery school, my grandmother picked me up one day. I called her Mimi instead of Grandma. The teacher who was running carpool asked if Mimi was my Grandma, and I said no repeatedly. The teacher gave Mimi a mean look. Mimi then rolled down the window and said, "Ask her if I'm her Mimi." I screamed "Mimi! You're here!" I guess I didn't know that Mimis and Grandmas were the same thing.