I thought as a child that sweet candy fell from the sky and I thought that the world of toys existed.
I once believed that if I wore my Halloween costume to bed, I'd wake up as the actual thing.
When i was a child I thought that other people live for me, well i guess I was in a big game, looks like Sims. And I was the main character/
when I was little I thought the Pokémon existed but we couldn't see them.
When I was a child, I used to believe that Baltasar, the black wise man, only gave bad gifts to bad children. My father knew that, and one day, he dressed up in a costume of Baltasar, and said to me that if I wasn’t a good boy and had good marks, he would give me bad gifts. Since that day, I always behave well.
I used to believe that cheating at cards was about the worst thing you could do. This was after I heard people talking about cheating and saying how horrible it was and acting like it was really bad. Cheating at cards was the only way of cheating I knew.
I had the "toys are alive like in Toy Story" belief up until I was freakin' thirteen!
But that's not all: when I was eightish, my mum told be this huge lie that when you can't find a toy that's because it's gone to a place called "Adventure Land".
Even me, logical little miss that I was, believed in a place with that phoney-baloney name for three darned years!
She was so adamant about this lie too: she claimed she'd witnessed her teddy bear trying to go there, that there was one place in that phoney world where no cats were allowed, and there was a literal all-you-can-eat buffet.
I used to believe that my toys were alive like in “toy story”
my toy story 4 toys talk to me at night
When I was six, I thought that if you got a pair of a type you already got in "Go Fish", it didn't count. For example, if you'd already gotten a pair of jacks, the second one didn't count. And I thought that if you got a pair of a type you already had, the solution was to discard one of the cards that formed the pair and not use it.