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I used to believe that all of the 'mind-readers' in the world were reading every one of my thought. I tried to catch them off guard by thinking 'I know you're listening!' and then looking around to see if anybody around me looked surprised.
When I was about 5 and my cousin was about 3, I thought in 3 years she would catch up with me, and she would be older than me. That thought made me scared and confused for a while.
When I was about seven or eight, my friend convinced me that she was Hermione Granger and I was Ginny Weasley. She told me I was actually twelve and my missing brothers did exist, they just hid when I looked at them ... she even wrote me a Hogwarts letter.
I still half-believed this at the age of eleven when I wrote a letter to Professor McGonagall asking if I could go to Hogwarts ...
When i was about 6 years old i was sitting in my moms car. She took a long time to come out of the house so i read the side view mirrors on her car. For years i thought that "Objects in mirror are closer then they appear" meant that i could finally make mirrors now that i knew what the objects in them were.
When I was 5 I thought my mom bought me at food 4 less.
I used to believe that the whole of yr life was a dream and then you will wake up when yr really old! Lmao.
When I was 3 years old I used to believe that I was a Barbie doll before I was born. This idea went on until I was 7.
I used to believe that everybody (including me) had a magic power and i was the only person who didnt know. i also beleived there was this giant god person who would warn the people i was coming so the could stop usin magic.
When I was younger I used to think, to sound conceited, that everyone was as smart as me and that anyone who acted otherwise was simply putting up a calculated facade, as though they thought that would give them some sort of advantage, or that was simply the sort of person they wanted appear as. I often wondered why some people found their sort of persona appealing, but it turns out most people really don't have a choice.
when ii waz a liittle giirl ii used ato belive that ii waz the only human aliive and everyone else ii saw was just iin my imagiination lolz ha ii was a dork
ii used to belive that ii was the only human being iin thiiz world and the rezt of the people that ii would see ii thought that they were all aliens
I used to think that I was "part cat" when I was growing up, and me and my cousin used to play catwoman and batman. Lol. It was alot of fun, actually. My parents still tease me for thinking that I was part cat, and I insisted it was true until I was about 9 or 10 years old. I told everybody, and today I wish i didn't. I am so embarassed! I even used to eat CAT FOOD! It actually doesn't really taste that bad. I really like cats, still, and we have 3 of them! Lol.
Up until I was about 11 years old I believed that Queen Elizabeth was my real mother and that I had been adopted as a baby. No, I didn't just believe it - I was certain of it. When I saw my baby book I thought it was a lie. I have no idea where this came from.
when i was little, i thought i could tell the future by looking at shapes of clouds.
I used to think it was an actual possibility that my entire life was a movie (Except for the boring parts, which were edited out) and used to sit in my room trying to find the audience at night. I was an odd kid... I have to admit I retained at least a bit of my theory until about 5th grade, when I decided I was being idiotic.
I use to believe that the only reason my parents would send me to watch T.V alone, was so they, along with the rest of the world could plot against me. The T.V was just a clever ploy to keep me distracted while they organized my downfall. haha
I used to believe that the world stopped if I wasn't there.
When I was a little kid, I believed that if someone was next to you (standing/sitting, whatever) they could read my mind. I was scared by the fact everyone could read my mind, but I couldn't read theirs.
I also thought that the earth and life itself was just a figment of my imagination, and that no one really existed except for me, and the world was just pure white. I was a microscopic ameoba alone in a blank world...
I was a demented kid.
I use to belief that My life was a book and the author was constantly writing my life down (like every detail) i was strange I know
I used to believe, at some point, that I was a special emissary from a planet in the next solar system over from our own, and that the planet shared the same name as me, and the entire planet was populated with people who looked and talked exactly like I did. There was a planet for my sister and a planet for a friend of mine, as well, with those same properties as my planet had.
I remember, in the minutes before class, being at school and sneaking a quick word to my homeworld. My communication device was a viewscreen that I had no memory of setting up but had cleverly disguised as a bulletin board. And only I could see what the screen really showed, which was an absolutely barren landscape crowded with thousands of me's, all clustering to get in view and to wish me luck in my mission, whatever it might have been.