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when i was a little boy (about 5) i realised that i am the center of the universe and that the whole world circled around me that everybody was there to influence me in some way and if i closed my eyes i wasnt really sure that the world and all the things and people in it are still there
i still kinda belive that
wnen i was little i use to believe that all people were gods barbie dolls,and all the men were Ken dolls and all the women were barbies. And god would play barbies all day. and since i was such an active kid i use to believe that i was his fav. barbie.
I used to belief I was a cat, and I lived on a cat planet thing... And then I wished on a shooting star to be human. ^_^;;
I used to think everyone else in the world were aliens and when I turned around, they looked like normal people. (I thought this when I was 7,8,9.)
when i was little, i was convinced that there was a giant invisble string tail-like thing atatched to me. I would run around the house to make a big trail and would try to make it a pretty patern! My parents must have worried about me an awful lot...
when i was little, i did believe that the land of Oz really existed. It took some people to brainwash me, but for the longest time, i thought i was dorothy, because my room is all wizard of oz. and i had a wizard of oz themed birthday party and my mom hired someone to be Glina. When she had to leave I ran up and begged her to take me with her b/c the people of Oz needed me there. I also thought that if i was in a twister, i would end up in oz. but eventually i kind of grew out of that phase. but still question the fact b/c when i typed in Map of Oz in Google images, Australia appeared. Now I am a teen and still think that oz really exists!
When I was about 6yrs old, my Grandmother would always tell us stories. One night she revealed our family secrets to my brother and I.....we were really cartoon characters! I was the rabbit from Alice In Wonderland, She was Sleeping Beauty, My Grandpa - Prince Charming and the list goes on for every family member. So naturally I went to school and bragged about our family secret and everyone thought it was so cool. Now, about 17yrs later I told my Grandmother that I let everyone on our secret because I thought it was true at that time.....her jaw dropped with disbelief and couldn't believe that we fell for her made up stories.
i was a chubby kid and i made lots of friends but i always got hurt and i was very sensitive.i thought every one was pretending to me by friend. ialso thought that i was a witch and that i was alot older then i really was. i made my dreams com true in my imagination. i felt so left out.
As a child of 8 I believed I was nothing but a brain in a tank of fluid and that the world and the people around me were actually artificial constructs being 'played' to me by aliens who wanted to monitor my reactions as an experiment. It really blew my mind 25 years later when I watched the Matrix. Maybe I was right or, more likely, maybe I never grew up.
I used to believe that my parents were aliens although I was human and they stole me from another family. I was always waiting in fear from the inevitable day when the mothership would come for them because I knew they would force me to go with them back to their planet.
When I was a kid, I had this wierd belief that there was some kind of invisible line attatched to me, so however many times I turning one way, I would have to turn as many times the other way or else I'd be enwrapped.
when i was a little kid, i had this idea that everyone was an alien disguiesed a human, and they were plotting against me. Then one day, when i was in the store with my mom, my suspicions were confirmed....I saw my mom push her real alien nose back down so it wouldn't pop out of her human nose. I was an only child. weird imagination :D
I used to believe that I had a grey cord attatched to the trunk of my body and that I was "plugged in" to a wall somehow and somewhere..and that I had limited space to move about...but, I think that I was also "just pretending" this as well...kind of for fun!
I used to believe that boys were like robots and had no real feelings, that they were not even real people.
When I went to visit one of my cousins, who had the best imagination in the world, we would play all sorts of make-believe games. When I was little, we played the "cupboard game", where we would take one of those big toy microphones that make your voice echo and stand in the cupboard with the door shut and say into the mike where we wanted to go, and then we opened the door and we were at that place/time. We actually saw it, it was weird. One of the rules of these places was you couldn't touch anything green, and once we didn't have time to switch the world back before I went home, so I was stuck in the one place, hopping over the grass to the car and I was stuck in the sixties with swirling multicolours for about a week before my cousin called me up and did a thing with the mike that made it all okay again. Until then I was bugging the hell out of everyone saying "groovy man" just because I thought that was what people in the sixties did all the time.
Another time when I was a bit older, she came to visit me and we played a game set in the future in the local park where we climbed around the climbing things saying "virtual reality" whenever we went through a certain 'door' in the climbing stuff and we shot at eac other with pretend laser guns. Twas fun.
When visiting Versailles in France, I was very sleepy and wanted to go to sleep. Spying a large, fluffy bed, I immediately ask the docent whose bed it is. She replies that it belonged to the King of France, to which I ask when he will return. Upon learning that there is no King, I hautily declare to a crowd of French tourists that "Someday I shall be King of France." To this day this has been my ultimate goal in life. I expect to see the guilotine within a week of my coronation!
i used to belive that there was a giant in the sky and we were dolls in his doll house and he was making me speak
I used to believe that when I went to sleep at night, the whole world was erased, and then when I woke up it was "redrawn" as if in a cartoon all around me...they were always ahead of me making the world as I went.
Beetween the ages of 4 and 11 I beleived that the world revolved around me, but not in a good way. I thought that I was like a god or a son of a really important dude, like a king. So I thought all the people in my life were actors. I was quite upset when I realized that meant my friends were actors too. Eventually I blurted out to my mum "Quit acting! I know your secret!" Oh ... that got me about 6 months of therapy.
My sister's best friend (since high school-20 some years ago) is now a teacher with 2 sons. When her 1st son was born her hubby took literally 100+ ROLLS of film before they left the hospital. When 2nd son was born hubby was away on busines, hence there were NO ROLLS or even one picture taken at hospital. This always bothered her 2nd son and he'd bring it up every so often. The "family joke" that they had told him everytime he'd ask was... "Oh honey, we've told hundreds of times. You're an alien baby we just found you in a UFO we saw crash. They never meant to hurt his feelings, just to change his mind about dwelling on the fact his brother's baby book takes up 3 books to fit the pictures. His just one and it's 3/4 full only. Well, I guess around his tenth birthday my sister (2nd son's godmother) was called and asked to fly out to their out of state home ASAP. Seems the kid believed the Alien Baby story for reals. My sister flew out there to assure him he was born here. She brought the one picture taken at the hospital of her holding him the day he was born. Scary isn't it?