I used to believe that my toys moves in the nights like Toy Story.
my belief is that me and a group of people are humans and every one else may be robots. another belief i have is the terracotta warriors are actually from the future and are waiting to attack. be prepared just in case.
I'm autistic but nobody told me until I was eight. Up until then, people described me as "special" or "different" and I thought that meant I was destined to save the world some day.
I used to think bubble liquid was little more than just water. So once when I was little, I caught a bubble on my tongue. Big mistake. Yuck!
When I was younger I used to believe everyone was robots and that I was the only human. That there were other humans but I could not find them and I needed to
When I was about 5, I thought you could get free paper from a printer. I thought that if you don't type anything and then click the "print" button, you could get a blank piece of paper without going to the store and purchasing it with money. I thought I was a genius, since nobody had ever thought of it before, until after a few days ago when our printer ran out of paper. That's when I discovered that you need to put paper inside the printer and that paper doesn't just magically come from printers.
When I was a child, I used to believe that my teddy bear was alive.I used to imagine it to play with my others toys.
The girls in grade school said that if your swing on the swing set was synchronized with the person swinging next to you, then that meant you were married. After hearing that, I was really careful who I swung next to.
When swinging on the swing set in the playground, if there was another kid swinging in the adjacent swing and the timing of their swinging became synchronized with mine, it was understood that either of us were obligated to shout, "Get out of my bathtub!" When I looked up this quaint custom on the internet, it seemed to be an actual thing that kids did in the past. Apparently it's such an old custom that the original phrase used to be "Get off my party line!", which of course referred to multiple people having a conversation on the same telephone line. I suspect that this etiquette arose because a swing set can be destabilized, and may tip over when two or more people are swinging at the same frequency and height, and so shouting the phrase was a request for the other person to adjust their own swinging frequency.
I used to believe that my stuffed animals were awake at night when i fell asleep