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Parents have eyes in the back of their heads.

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I used to believe my Mum when she said she had eyes in the back of her head! Sso at every opportunity I'd offer to brush her hair so I could look!

Shirley
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When i was little, my mom used to always say that she had eyes in the back of her head so i believed her. One time I even swore i saw an eyeball but of course that was just my imagination.

Once, I asked her what was behind her when she had her back turned and she said "my robe". And of course that was correct. I remember being so startled...

Anon
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I used to believe that my mum would get soap in her eyes when she washed her hair, as she always said she had eyes in the back of her head and ALWAYS knew what I was up to!!!!

cat
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When I was 3 or 4, I pulled a chair up behind my mom one evening and started picking through her hair. When asked what I was doing, I told her I was looking for the eyes in the back of her head.

ch
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Until we were preteens, my siblings and I believed that our mother had eyes in the back of her head. We believed this because she told us that she did and because she had an uncanny knack for sensing when we were up to no good. We would try to find them sometimes by sorting through her thick black hair, but never found them.

Lisa
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According to my mum (although I can't remember it) I used to think she had eyes in the back of her head.

o_O

The Forum Idiot
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when i was a kid i used to believe that all moms had eyes in the back of their heads, cause they knew what you were going to do even if that can't see you

momof2(with eyes in the back of my head,,,lol)
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My Mom always seemed to know what I was doing when I was trying to be sneaky when I was younger,then she told me its because she has eyes in back of her head.Well,that freaked me out so much,I thought if I moved her hair,I'd see eyeballs looking at me.

Lee
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This little kid i know told me that his mom had eyes in the back of her head and he couldn't do any bad stuff!

liz
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My mother used to tell us she had eyes in the back of her head and we of course belived her as she didn't even have to be looking and knew what we were doing. she also used to say God has away of letting me know when you do something wrong...we could be outside playing in the water and she would hollar get out of that water...or us in the kitchen sneaking sugar out of the sugar bowl, her in the living room and she'd say get out of that sugar bowl... Boy what a link to God. and boy she sure was special God gave her eyes in the back of her head....Of course when I had my own and learned how she did it, it was fun to tell my own the same thing.....thanks mom.

Anon
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I believed my mother really DID have eyes in the back of her head! Must have been about 11 when I finally gave up the notion and realized it was just "a figure of speech."

Sunflower
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