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I'm autistic, and I used to believe taking some of my sister's food while she was eating it was sharing.
I thought being mentally challenged meant you couldn't do any challenges with people
When I was young, I used to think the Santa Claus existed. With my brother, we put flour on the floor. The next day, we checked and there were footprints in the flour.
One day, when I was 13, my father told me it was him
who made the footprints with his boots.
I was frustrated but it was funny.
I used to believe than the moon was in cheese... then I grew up... and watched a documentary too. This imagination... Astronomy hides many surprises !
i once had in mind that i might be the only person that was real (solopsism), because i was me and could only see through my eyes? i dunno. it was weird. i'm over it now.
Since I'm black, I thought that i had a higher chance of being caught if i stole something from a store or something
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
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.
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.
I used to believe (And still do) that I was the only "Real" Person and that everyone else was just some kind of robot. I never care about others feeling because of how boring and "Unreal" other people around me were. I don't think I will stop believing this until I meet a "Real" person like me.
My Sister Used To Believe She Could Fly By Driniking Water From A Magic Forton. I Told She Couldn't.
When i was 11, i used to believe that an owl hadn't delivered me a letter from Hogwars for a large error of fate.
I was sure that i was a wizard! Lol.
instead i'm a damned muggle!
I thought I could grow wings by jumping off of things a lot.
Once, when I took a shower, I saw that the water "Coming out" of my fingertips.
I was just like: "I'm magical."
So I saw an episode of "H2O,Just add water," and saw how they could control water. I was convinced for so long that I was some mermaid magic person.
I used to believe that everything was a dream and I was going to awake someday and end with the life as I knew it was.
While I acknowledged others' existence, I used to think I was the only person to actually think and perceive the world around me.
When I was a kid, I used to think something like "what if I'm actually not where I think I am?" Like if I was in my room changing clothes, I thought what if I'm actually in my classroom and all my classmates can see me changing? Then I would get a little paranoid.
But then I figured it probably wasn't true since I didn't see anyone else changing clothes in random places.
I used to believe, when I was like 6 or 7 years old, that I had Matilda's powers (that children's comedy). She could move with her eyes things like glasses, balls, and even people, so I wanted to do that.
I remember I would strongly look at some objects like toys and stuff like that but I never achieved anything moved a little, so I was really sad for like... two days and then everything returned to normality.
A long time ago I picked up a strange battery at recess, and I belived that this battery gave me the power to control the wind, so I tried to teach the dry leafs and plastic bags to dance in the wind, and to teach feathers to fly!