When I was a little boy, I thought I used to have all the superpowers. Sometimes I stopped the wind with my hands or thought I can fly but i never tried to. One day, I watched Harry Potter going throught the wall. When I came close to a wall. I ran as fan as I could toward it and I ended up with a big bump.
when I was a kid I used to believe I was
One day my friends told me I was invisible and, I think my friends because I was a kid I cried during one day same after i know yhe reality it was a very bad joke
Now i continue to think i sometimes invisible and maybe im invisble during all my life
When I was yonger i think all the pupil are bot and me i was the only man on the earth
wehen i m the littel boy i think i a spider man
Since I Am Autistic I Used To Believe The World Was In Categories Girls Don't Play/Watch Sports, Adults Can't Love Kid's Cartoons, Etc Until I Grew Up!
Youtube videos would have comments like "if you don't do xyz a girl with no face will kill you tonight". These were supposed to be commented to other videos. I was ten years old but I believed these! Then I remembered reading a book where a child called his stuffed animals the "dream police" which would keep him from having bad dreams. I tried this and of course it worked. I stopped panicking when I remembered the dream police.
Some of these YouTube comments started with "Please don't read this." For a while I actually stopped reading at that point (to follow directions lol)
In later years, I low-key believed those "repost or something good/bad will happen to you" posts online.
when i was younger, i used to believe snowmen were alive
When I was little I used to believe that if I ran, the rain wouldn't catch me. Or if I stared at an animal, it would respon me, for example, with a bark
for a while I had a theory that we are all just toys in a giant dollhouse and the cars were some kids remote control cars and those people made different locations so us (the dolls) could go places. I thought that might be true but I wasn’t sure.
I once believed that if I wore my Halloween costume to bed, I'd wake up as the actual thing.
When I was around 8 or so, I made a poster with a list of instructions and tried to give it to my family. It said to make 2 copies of the poster and give them to someone else until everyone on the planet had one. They were then to report to the North Pole the following weekend (as in the weekend after I made the poster).
Once everyone was there, I planned on somehow opening a portal to a new universe, which would also have new laws of physics written by me (I had this image in my head of me typing these laws onto a computer). Among the laws were that no one could ever die and every fictional universe ever created would be made real. Once we arrived in the new universe, I planned on ruling over it as President.
I had a different version of the "Everyone but me's an alien" belief. I did think there were other humans and I had to find them, but adults were "good aliens" who'd give me clues as to the humans' location, and the kids were "bad aliens," sent to misguide me and make things tougher.
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.
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 younger i believed i was the star of the entire world
I used to think I was a Waterbender (ya know, like Avatar) because when we went to the public pool and I was playing with the water, I noticed that if you push up under the water, the water jumps up a bit. Uneducated little kid I was, I thought "woah, I can control water!" I know now it was just displacement of water and I'm not a superhuman. I also thought this because I could see, talk, and hear underwater. Blissfully unaware that everyone ELSE can see, talk, and hear underwater too.
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.