I used to think an autobiography was like writing a lifelong diary, in which you had to write down literally everything that you'd said and done since the day you were born!
When I was around 8 I thought that when people got married they had to have sex in the church in front of all the guests. This embarrassed me so much that when my family was invited to a wedding I tried to run away and hide.
I used to believe that my aunts were actual ants since they were often pronounced the same. I was too scared to give them hugs.
When I was about ten, my mother told me that my great-great grandmother's name had been Lois.
For some reason, I thought that meant my great-great grandmother was Lois Lane, and was impressed that someone I was related to had dated Superman.
I used to believe that my Mom was the moon, because we were adopted and my birth Mom was said to be a space case by our casewroker
I used to think that everyone's birthday, including my own, always had to be on a Sunday.
I used to believe that my parents would give me away if I didn’t do as they said
I used to think that when couples went in the car together, the older one always had to do the driving, especially since my dad is older than my mum and drove before her, so my aunt and uncle, with my aunt being one year older, got a bit confused when I assumed that it was her that had driven to the house when it was actually him that did.
When I was a child, I used to think that my parents have the answers of everything.
When I was 7 years old I used to believe that the Pirates with their ship they really existed