Everyone except you is a robotThis section contains beliefs all on a common theme: Everyone except you is a robot.
When I was a young boy, I used to believe that I was the last human on the Earth and the others were bots created by extraterrestrials who did experiences on me. I used to think they also created my city and the all humans inventions.
One day, I said to my mum "I know that you are a bot" and she told me "Oh ! How did you guess it ?". But on the same night my dad saw me on my bed crying and saying "Why are they all lying ?".
When i was younger I used to think I was the only human on earth and other humans were bots. One time I gotme angry and I sturck my mother to saw her real face.
I always feel like every ones a robot and hates me and I still do
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.
When i was younger i used to believe everyone was a robot and I was the only human. I still of course believe this from time to time
I use to think that everyone was a robot and I was the only real human on earth.
i used to believe that most other people (outside my immediate family) were actually robots.
i used to believe i was the only human and everyone els were either robots or aliens
I used to believe that I was RoboCop, surely my cousin at the same age believed that he was Terminator...We used to battle it out alot...
I used to think about why I blinked and what I was missing while my eyes were closed. I conceived that for the split second I wasn't able to see that everyone around me turned to mechanical Terminator type robots!
I used to believe that everyone but me was a robot. And when I fell asleep they had to get replaced with the next day`s robots. It was a wonder to me how they could talk normally. ....I believed this Till i was about 11.
At some point in my life, I used to have the view that I was the only person. I didnt seem to realize that each person had thoughts, or feelings, or whatever, it was like everyone else was a robot. Like without emotions and stuff. It was like everyone else was just there, and it was my job to keep them in order, and that I was given special powers to be able to do so.
Of course, now I am getting better, and cleaning myself of insanity, and no longer really believe that. Although it may feel like it sometimes.
I used to think that all adults were robots
I used to believe that I'm the only one human, and everyone else is a part of the test my sunday school teachers called 'life'
So, I had a lot of trouble trusting others, because I thought everyone, even my parents, were all robots
When I was little I used to believe that the world was full of robots and I was the only real human and when i would leave the room people would perform maintenance on each other and plot against me
when i was younger, i used to believe that i was the only human being in the whole wide world and that everyone else were robots. there purpose in life was to help me live my life in the best possible way so that i could become the next queen. i remember thinking how clever these robots were, because they were able to contol themselves. then we bought a cat and my life was ruined. my sister was afraid of it and i just thought it was so rediculous for a robot to be afaid. being older, i realise how egotistic and self centred it is to believe that you are the only human being in the whole wide world, although i still wouldnt mind being the next queen!
I used to wonder if I was the only real person in the whole world and everyone else were just robots, or that maybe I was the robot and everyone else controlled me.
I think too much. Haha. I use to believe, about in 4th grade, that I was the only real person here. Like everyone else were just robots or something. I don't know, I use to think about it a lot. I still do sometimes.
I used to believe everyone were robots once I saw an old man covered in tubes. I assumed that they had hologram skin and stuff, so I would repeatably poke people. then to prove that everyone else were robots I would tell people with fake arms or legs that thier holograms were acting up.
When I was young I believed that everybody else in the world was probably robots of some sort, and that they were all programmed to simulate the world around me while studying and analyzing my behavior. For a long time I would purposely provoke my parents in the hope that I would expose some flaw in their underlying programming and thus put the lie to their simulation.