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When I was little I used to believe you didn't have to be a adult to get married so I proposed to a boy when I was five. Now i'm thirteen and I just concentrate on TV romances and no I haven't proposed to any boys since then.

Ashley
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My parents were both twenty when they got married. I thought for sure that I would be married when I was twenty, and that all nice people were.

NuMo
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Even into my twenties I did not know any marriage that had split up, let alone divorced. I thought God put an invisible sign on you that only one other person (your potential partner) could see, & you could see theirs! I met my husband 12,000 kilometres away in England.

Mary from Melbourne, Australia
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When I was about 2-4 I thought that kindergarten was a mass-wedding. Since I never really had any life experience, I only knew guys on tv and my family members. I would always walk around saying "I'm gonna marry Ronald McDonald and Barney!" My family always asked me if I thought that was mean to cheat on two people I loved so much. I never really figured out what they meant until I was in 4th grade... Little kids are sad...

Love-Triangle (Madi)
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I once tred on my fathers wedding ring and was caought by my aunt who then said that I would now never get married becasue of it.

Michael
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I used to think that you weren't supposed to kiss someone on the lips until you married them and if you kissed them on the lips before you married them, you were a vile sinner and would go to hell when you died.

Amanda
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For some reason in first grade I thought that teachers weren't allowed to get married or have kids. I don't know why I thought this knowing full well that my mom was a teacher...

Tommy Stritzel
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I used to believe that marriage was only between brothers and sisters.

Luke
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I used to believe that once you get married a baby automatically gets in to the womans stomach!

Anon
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When I was about 6, I remember being terrified because I thought when I grew up, I'd have to marry a woman. I even cried myself to sleep thinking about it sometimes. For some reason I always wanted to marry a man instead even at that young age. Sixteen years later and I still do.
I was thrilled, later on, when I found out people didn't have to get married at all!

Jean-Bleu
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My grandmother on my mom's side was her step mom and I knew this because I remebered my mom's biological mother dying. I asked my mom how she could have two mother's and which one was my real grandmother. I was told they both were my real grandmothers and my step-grandmother said she loved me from the day I was born. So I made up this theory that if somebody was married before you were born they were automatically your blood relativies. Not sure how I came to that conclusion, but it made me feel batter!

Clsir
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When I was little, I used to believe that you would get arrested if you got married/divorced more than 4 times. I believed it for longer than I care to admit.

Anon
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I used to believe that when a couple was getting married, in their vows they said "With this ring I be wed" instead of I thee wed.

Stephanie
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From a tender young age, I sincerely believed that I would know the man I would marry, because when I fell in love, I wouldn't fantasize or dream about having sex with him or even about marrying him (which I did whenever I had a crush). Those dreams would only happen after we were together.

Amazingly and sweetly, it turned out to be true. :)

Happily in love
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When I was maybe 6 years old I was looking at my parents wedding album. I was upset that I didn't get to be the flower girl. How could my parents choose not to have me in their wedding? My mom tried to explain I was born a few years after so I wasn't being excluded, but I was angry. She should've waited for me to be born so I could be in the wedding. It's funny to me now becuase my mom, who was a virgin when married because we're Chrisitan, couldn't have waited to have me first. It's impossible.

A.M.
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i used to belive u got a certificate when u were married that meant u were given a baby by god

Anon
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when i was 5, i thought that you got to choose what your wedding cake was made of even though all the weddings i went to had cakes made of bread-stuff.i pretended to marry an invisible boy with a bunch of piled up cheese-its as a cake.

elizabeth
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I thought the moment you get married, you become a mommy and daddy. I just figured you had your baby whenever you wanted....

Miss Informed
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I used to believe when I was seven that I would one day marry Macauley Culkin and even acted out the wedding with my best friend Robyn pretending to be Macauley - it goes without saying that we didn't share the man and wife kiss at the end: that would have been too weird!

Erin Jones
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When I was about seven, I thought I was supposed to marry my brother who was a couple years older than me. And I thought my sister was supposed to marry our other brother. Talk about incest!!!

Anon
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