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I used to think that everyone exept for me was a robot. I got rid of this theory after my friend asked me if I were a robot.
LIke Johnboy, I used to belive that I was the last surviving human and that everyone else on the planet was an android put there by friendly aliens to keep me company.
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 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.
Whe i was 8, i thought that the whole world was made for me and everybody else was just a robot in disguise and there were a bunch of people in a controll room, making everything happen in my life.
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 the human body was so amazing and complicated that there was no way more than one could be created and therefore I was the only ''human'' in the world. Everyone else was, of course, robots. Much easier to create realistic robots than human beings...
Around the age of seven, I believed that I was the only TRUE human being, and that everyone else was simply a robot placed on earth by aliens to help me survive, for some reason. Supposedly, whenever I left the room, everyone deactivated and only resumed movement when I returned.
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 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.
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.
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 use to think that everyone was a robot and I was the only real human on earth.
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.
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
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.
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!
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 used to believe that I was the only person in the world capable of thought, and that everyone else were robots.
It occurred to me when I was little - not sure if I actually *beleived* it as such - that everyone
else in the world might be a robot or something, conducting some sort of
fantastically elaborate experiment on ME, the only real human. It heartens me
to read that loads of other people thought this, too.