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I used to believe if I jumped up and down in place,the earth would rotate under my feet,providing an easy mode of transportation.
when i was 10 i memerized the alphabet backwards so just in case someone kidnapped me and they would kill me if i didn't say it!!
After watching a tv programme (i think it was pokemon) wondered if the world was in a glass case and somewhere a little girl was watching everyone in her room as the glaas case belonged to her.
When me and my little brother (two years younger than me) were kids, we used to "go inside" the duvet covers, and there was like a whole world in there...wish I still had that imagination! Our parents must've thought we were mad, shuffling aorund in our duvets like idiots!
As a child i also used to believe that i could control time and that if i concerntrated hard enough i could make time fast forward by a week/month/year etc. I used to practice this regularly and really thought i was a time master.
When i was a kid i used to think my mum had robot clones because she always seemed to be in every room i went in, for example she would be in her bedroom then i would go down stairs and as if by magic she was in the kitchen yet i never saw her leave any of the rooms to get to the other.
I used to believe that everytime I closed my eyes, or looked away from the people who I was near, the people around me would turn into skeletons and if I was out of earshot, they would talk in different voices too.
when i was young i used to associate pain with colours, now i dont understand how i used to associate pain with some colour like say blue, green, yellow . when i had difficulty in explaining my mom what kind of pain i had i used say like mom i have a pain which is green and she would never understand..
When i was nine (11 now) i used to wonder if hypnotism actually worked so, i asked my brother to get his finger and do it. Suddenly he clicked his fingers and i woke up. It was as if i was unconciouss for a few seconds coz it felt as if a few seconds were missing.
when i was 7some nights i couldnt sleep if i woke up suddenly so i used to believe that sun would not rise if i couldnt asleep.
When I was about 4, I was watching TV with the family and I saw a statue "come alive". From that day on I believed that statues come alive. And would'nt you know it my mother received one as a gift. You couldn't keep me in the same room with that damn thing. I would see it and scream and cry in terror convinced it was going to come alive and eat me or something. Eventualy we had to get rid of it because it was freaking me out so bad. I still get nervous around statues...Brrrr!
I used to truly believe that EVERYTHING I thought could be heard out loud, and I was the only one stuck with that problem. When people would stare at me, I figured they could hear me think, so I stared at them and thought my hardest, 'I can't help it!!!'. I figured the only reason no one had brought it up was because it was like a medical condition, and that you shouldn't talk about such serious matters...
I used to believe that my dog was a spy. I thought he was "planted" in my house so that someone in another country could keep an eye on me. I thought there was a camera in my dogs head and he recorded me with his eyes and his ears picked up the sound, and when he slept he was actually transmitting the images back to whoever was spying on me!! I was always careful about what I did and said around the dog. Still to this day I'm leary about what I do and say around my dogs!!!
When I was two years old my brother was born, and I always wanted to get in his crib, but my mom would always catch me trying to climb the bars. So, my two year old mind figured if I couldn't see her, she couldn't see me, so I attempted to climb into his crib with my hand over my eyes. Needless to say I was very surprised when it didn't work.
My favourite movie when I was young was undeniably The Brave Little Toaster. I watched the movie so many times that I began to believe that objects really did come alive when you turned your back on them, and that by throwing things in the garbage you were ending their lives. So secretly I began saving scraps of garbage and broken appliances that my parents threw out. Eventually, my mother found my stash in my dresser drawer and began wondering if her child had mental issues. I came back to reality soon after that.
When I was about six years old (1960's), I believed the laugh track on television was other tv viewers laughing along with the program. I thought I could hear them through the television. Then I would laugh at completely inappropriate times believing that other viewers would wonder what that crazy kid was laughing at.
i use to believe i'm not from earth and i keep thinking i am from other planet and then i know i am different i keep want get out of here in earth and i want go back how i start this i was think i from other planet how ?? like my mom born baby and some alien-humanlike change baby they take the real baby and left me here that how i start this
When I was young (and strange), I used to try to dance to every word someone said. basically, i'd bust a move every other sentence.
This didn't last long.
At a family reunion, we had a nice little place to stay with a hottub. So my cousins and I are in the hottub and we have the heat pretty low since it's hot outside. And our youngest cousin decides he would like to hold his breath underwater, but since none of us are wearing watches (naturally, we ARE in a hottub), we'll have to count for him. So we say sure, okay. Our cousin goes under the water. Stays down there for a good 30 seconds or more. When he comes back up and asks, 'How long was I under for?', my second oldest cousin says, "1 Second."
He was stunned and argued that no it was NOT just one second! So we convinced him that time passes differently underwater. What seems like a long time to him while he's underwater is only a few seconds to us above the water.
To this he sat still for a while, then said, "Okay." And tried again.
When I was 5, I argued with a friend because I thought I never have been 3 years old