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I used to believe that when we grow up, for jobs, we'd turn into animals. I never wanted to be a balet dancer or a doctor...I wanted to be a kitten or a polar bear!!
when I was younger I thought when you were older you could be anything you wanted, I told people when I grew up I was going to be a tree
When asking my kid sister (age 6) what she wanted to be when she grew up, she replied scientist, I replied with "what kind of scientist" and she says " A MAD Scientist!!!" Haha cute kid
When I was about five I believed that if I wished hard enough I could grow up to be an Oompa-Loompa (the little orange guys from Willy Wonka) My little brother believed he could be a rainbow.
once when i was a kid someone asked me what i wanted to be when i grew up. i thought about it and decided i wanted to be a horse and believed for years that i would... right.
When I was younger, whenever someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I said that I was going to be the Little Mermaid. And yet while I still thought that, I nearly drowned in my friend's pool one day and still expected to be the Little Mermaid.
My uncle used to believe that he would grow up to be a fire engine or a tiger.
When my parents said "You Can Be Whatever You Want When You Grow Up." I thought that I could become the Lion King.
When I first started school we played a game where we had to pretend to be anything we wanted. The other kids in the class understood that this meant what job they would like to do when they were older. I simply took 'anything' literally and proudly told my teacher that I wanted to be a unicorn when I grew up O_o; This led to teasing all through primary school about me wanting to be different animals when I was older.
when i was little i wanted to grow up to be a blue robot, and my brother wanted to be a helicopter.But my sister wanted to be a doctor .( we didnt like her that well)
When I was in preschool, in England (at the tender age of four), the teacher was talking to us about what we wanted to be when we grew up. There was the usual- fireman, policeman, etc etc. When it came to my turn, i said "I want to be a pony!" Haha! (As in those ponies from My Little Pony)
When my sister was younger, she used to tell us she wanted to be a lightbulb when she grew up. A few years later, we told our youngest sister this and she said she wanted to be the refridgerator and my sister could be the light bulb in her.
When my parents told me that I could be anything I wanted when I grew older, I took it non-job wise. I really thought that I would turn into a dog later on, because thats what I wanted to be! I even peed behind the couch, practicing...
When I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up here were some of my answers:
a wedding girl
a grown up
When my best friend's younger sister was around three years old, her family was having dinner with the preacher. Trying to make conversation with the kids, the preacher asked them both what they wanted to be when they grew up. The younger sister proudly replied, "A toothbrush!". She thought that would be the perfect occupation, because you got to be very useful to people but you only had to work three times a day. My friend swears that's the only time she ever heard her preacher laugh.
When I was little I thought I could actually BE Elvis when I grew up, I used to sing hound dog and Jail house rock, I thought "All I need now is Elvis hair"
when I was 4 I thought you could be ANYTHING when you grew up. One day my mom asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up and I said I wanted to be a toad. After a while I got tired of that idea and decided to be a rock.
I used to believe you could literally be "anything" when you grew up. So when people asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I told them what, after long deliberation, I had decided to be:
When I was told in kindergarten that I could be anything when I grew up, I wanted to be an "octopus" but instead of a tentacled creature, I was thinking of a fox.
A friend of mine wanted to be a mermaid when she grew up. The scary thing was she beleived she could becoem a mermaid until she was 13