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When I was a little boy, I believed that I was the only real person and that everyone else was either a robot or someone sent from G-d to test me. I would sometimes just sit in one place think about this for long periods.
When I was a about seven I went through a faze of thinking everyone was robots and as soon as I walked out the room they would stop moving I was for ever trying to catch them out .
I think it stemmed from watching too much TV.
I used to believe that I was the only real person in the world and everyone around me was a robot designed to revolve around me & my life. It was like I was a scientific experiment or something. I also beleived that the world & the universe wasn't real...like, I was living on a chunk of land in space or something. Because I had never been outside of my state. Then we went to england and I was proven wrong...haha.
I think I saw the movie WestWorld when I was young. I used to believe that everyone but me was robotic and would only operate when in the presence of me. If I left the room, everything would stop and restart when I re-entered.
I used to believe that I was the only real person & everyone else was a robot
I used to believe that I was the only human God made... and that everybody else, like my family and friends, were just there to be a part of my life. But they weren't actually alive, just robots or something. And everything evolved around me and everybody knew what I was doing and thinking. Sometimes I still like to use my imagination and 'believe' that.
when i was little like 8 or 9 i used to belive that God made the world just for me and he made other people so i wouldnt be lonley. I always thought that everyone else was a robot and like if i went to walmart right after i left all of them would turn off.
i asked my mom if she was a robot and she laughed and said no. i didnt belive her....and still dont!
When I was younger, I used to think that all humans were robots and they were out to get me. I thought that the world froze and so did the people when I wasn't around them.
I used to think some random people were really robots in disguise! I even went up to people, I was 4 at the time, and asked them if they were robots!
When i was about 10 i used to think that everyone else in the world was robots and i was the only human! strange i know but i still think this sometimes! like the film 'The Truman Show'
When I was little I believed that everyone else on the planet was a robot. After I realized what a preposterous idea tat obviously was, I thought that no one could actually sense anything around them, and that for them everything was black - almost like being a rock.
i used to think that everyone else in the world were robots, put here to make sure i was good
I used to believe that I was the only human on earth and everyone else was a robot.
When I was around 5 - 7 I used to beleive I was the only real person in Earth and was in a mission to do something in the planet and everyone else were evil robots programmed to everything the right way at the right time when I see them. And if I was away from them, they all would get in a group really fast and make a plan to get rid of me.
when i was little i used to think i was the only human and everyone else were robots trying to act human.
I used to believe that Everyone on Earth were robots and I was in some kind of govermental experament.
I used to think that everyone in the world was a robot... except me. My mother kept telling me that the world didnt revolve around me, so I started to think maybe she was hiding something. I thought that if I came around the corner fast enough, I could catch my family/friends/strangers doing "robot things".
I used to believe I was the only "real" person in the world, and everyone else was either made up by my mind or were programmed "robots" that just revolved around me.
i used to believe as a child that I was the only human being on the planet and everyone else was either a robot or an alien who were all studying me constantly. This also extended to me believing that when I left a room all the tables and cupboards and suchlike would turn into computers through which the "people" would communicate wih their base what I'd said and done. Needless to say I would often run into a room just after I'd left it to try and surprise them halfway through this changeover, but, alas, I never foiled the darn adults' pesky plan.
I used to think that everyone else were robots- even people I didn't know that were living their lives in another country- and their existence was to create an interesting place for me to live.