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I used to believe that the Toy Story movie was real and my toys move when i was gone.
I used to think that my little pony was real and that my toy ponies would come alive when i wasn't looking.
When I was 4 or 5, I found a jacket on the ground at the park. My mom told me not to touch it, as it doesn't belong to me. I believed, for years, that if you take another kid's stuff they left at the park without them knowing, you could get in big trouble and you would never be allowed at the park again. I also told all my friends that.
My parents said I could be anything I wanted to be, so I said i wanted to be an octopus. My parents said that means you can choose your job, not species. I then started screaming "But mommy, i want to become an octopus!" and my mom would say "No you can't, changing your species is not possible" and we argued about that alot. hehehehe
I used to think that board games were called bored games because you play them when you're bored.
When I was 7 or 8 my mom told me that you could be anything you want to be. I believed she meant literally enything, so i wanted to become a meerkat when i grow up. When the teacher would tell me on career day what i want to be, i would say "a meerkat!". I got disappointed when i never saw a real meerkat on career day, but it was fun.
when i was in the primary school i used to believe that i was an indistructible robot, but one day a classmate hit me, it hurt me, and i cried.
When I was a child, I used to believe that the toys in the night and when nobody is in the house, they came alive.
I used to believe that the snowballs tasted like lemonade.
I remember at a very young age, realising that I was significantly more intelligent than children of my own age, and far more empathic, meaning I would never truly fit in as we weren't on the same level.