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I used to think my life was a video-game like Mario or Zelda so I would jump on peoples heads or hit them with sticks to win the game....of course I never won.....
I used to believe that my life was a video game with only 1 life and that God was playing it.
I was adopted...
When i asked where i came from, my mom would always say i was a gift from God in heaven.. one day i pondered this (I was about 4)... and replied...
"well then what did he do? Just throw me down here or something?!?!"
Once i believed i was a cat, i would get down on floor with our cat and i would eat her food and drink milk from a bowl on the floor and i used to walk, meow and purr at people.
I had a dream when I was three that everyone was actually and alien creature with multiple limbs, eyes, ears and such but changed back into human form just as I entered the room. I spent maybe two or three years jumping into rooms to try to catch people before the changed.
When I was younger, I thought the world was a simulation built just for me. I thought everything was a hologram, and when I got in a car, the windows were little TV screens. I was so gullable when I was younger. LOL
Water balloons were my best friends growing up. Yes, water balloons. I started out with one, who had some children, and then they had children ect. They all had names and when they popped, they died. I would then proceed to burry them in my backyard and write their name on a rock which was placed over their grave. I had over 30 in the end and if you dug up my back yard I have no doubt that you'll find them all.
After reading the book Windwalker I became convinced for a bit that I was a drow, specifically a drow princess, since bullies in school won't shut up about how I'm "not human" and "ugly." I thought that some drow secretly switched my parents' human baby with their hideous princess for, I don't know, for a prank or a curse or something. It took me maybe two months to finally realize that I was indeed NOT a drow.
i used to believe that we were all just barbies and some big kid out there was playing with us and making all our life choices for us.
When i was two, I believed that every day I would become a different tv character, and all day, i would tell people that my name was Big Bird or Barney, etc. I used to act like the characters and even dress like them, and sing songs from their shoes. I remember one day in particular telling the grocery store checker that my name was Dennis the Menace, and another day when I went to preschool wearing jingly socks and told everyone that I was Loopy Doopy (a giant egg from a children's tv show).
When i was like 5 i used to belive that my best mate was a vampire but only cuz she tld me she was
i used to believe that everyone in my family was a werewolf and when i grew older, i would turn into one as well.
When I was little, I Thought I invented riding my bike with no hands. I was going to join the stunt circus. I really believed I had come up with this new trick!
I believed that Girl Scouts could arrest people as the police could, and that Boy Scouts could go to war. It was a very exciting day when I became a Brownie.
I used to believe that people don't get tired of whatever they are doing. That's the reason why I played a lot.
I complimented my little cousin's pajamas and he put his hands on them and said, "yea...but they got fleas in them."
He was wearing 'fleece' pajamas.
I used to believe that my future me, will visit me and will not tell me that he is me because it might disrupt the future of the everything.
I used to believe when I was a kid that everything was created for me.
I used to believe that I can float because I float in my dreams.
When I was about 6, I had to do these writing exercises to correct my vision (I didn't do those for kindergarten, lol). I would draw something like a (^) but larger and call it a triangle, and my parents must have laughed or something but they played along. I really thought that triangles looked like that... When I drew an actual triangle saying I was drawing a shirt my parents told me to draw more of those, but even after I realized what triangles really looked like, it still took me a while to stop believing they looked like (^) before I drew the first correct triangle.