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When I was really little I was riding the carousel at the fair. There was a piece of duct tape wrapped around the pole right at the base of the horse. When I touched it the ride started moving and I thought I accidentally started the ride by touching the magical tape!

Carousel Girl
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As a kid I thought there was some toy, game, or other cool thing that once I got it, I would be satisfied for the rest of my life and never get bored with it.

Bootlebat
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I believed my stuffed animals would get jealous if I did not take turns sleeping with them. I thought they would kill me, my family, and each other if I didn't give them attention one at a time. I made a schedule for sleeping with 2 at a time.

Anon
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i used to think that my stuffed animals would come to life when no ones there so i would keep them everywhere i was but by the time i was getting older it wasnt normal or very impressing to "girls" if you know what i mean so whenever i cam home i would run straight to my room and never get any luck still do it and im 17 XD

Declan
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I used to think my stuffed animals were like the ones off Benjamin Bear, and every time I stepped on one I would apologize. I slept with all my stuffed animals so none if them would feel jealous or left out.

Anon
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My Sister Saw The AD For Secret Places Where The Girls Shrunk. She Got One And She Wished She Could Shrink Like The Girls. I Told Her It Was Just A Commercial.

Jason
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When I was younger (around 11-12 years old) I thought the Sea Monkeys were going to be exactly like the characters on the packaging & I wanted to live with them. I was disappointed when I put them in the water & they were tiny creatures :-(
lol

Anon
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I believed that if you squirted water into the sky, it would eventually float into space and land on the sun. I remember being genuinely scared when I saw someone squirting a water pistol into the air, because I thought that if the water hit the sun, the sun would go out.

Katherine
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I used to think "board games" were actually "bird games." When someone corrected me, I thought they were saying "bored games," since people play them when they are bored.

Anon
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Whenever my dad went to the toy store, I believed Master Splinter was there to advise him as to which Ninja Turtles figurine to buy me.

Aleksandr
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Around the age of six I developed a pecking order for my stuffed animals about which I liked the best, therefore which could sleep closest to me. Then I developed tremendous guilt about playing favorites because I thought they'd be hurt if I left anyone out. I got them all into a rotation of who got to sleep closest each night. It was very complex and a lot of work. That guilt continued even as I got older and when I stopped sleeping with them and put them away I acted terribly sad and apologetic so they wouldn't feel bad.

Phoebe
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The first (and last) time I flew a kite as a child, I was told that under no circumstances could I let go of the string.

One tug on that kite, and I was instantly terrified that a good gust of wind would come along, the kite would pull me right off the ground, and I'd be stuck in midair until I smashed into a tree, or until I lost my grip and plummeted to earth. I was in my 30s before I was willing to try it again.

Glasya
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ONce I saw a commercial for a talking Cabbage Patch Kid. At the end of the commercial it said "batteries not included" and I FREAKED OUT with excitement bc I thought the doll could talk without batteries.

Laura
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Like many small children, I thought that my toys would become living, breathing creatures at night and in the morning, they would still be alive, but they would not show it. I made sure that I played with each and every one of them, give them names, give them friends and enemies and shape each of them a distinct personality. I would bring as many as I could to bed, so I could show how much I loved them. When I woke up in the middle of the night, my blurred vision made me think I saw them move.
I also thought shops and boxes imprisoned the toys, and that they could not breathe while in them. Man, I was weird.

The Big Bad Brony
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After watching the movie 'Toy Story', I used to believe that my toys would move whenever I wasn't in the room and would sometimes purposely leave and jump right back into the doorway after a couple of minutes if I thought I heard noise. LOL

Kenya
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When I was 7 years old, I used to believe that when it was winter, my dolls feel cold, so I used to dress them with my clothes.

Rafaela
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When I often went to stores with a doll/stuffed animal section with my mum, I always wanted the ones of which I thought were the ones that didn't sell the best. Just because I believed that they were the loneliest or I would hurt their feelings if I chose a better selling doll over them. I could also not stand putting toys back into the aisle, not because I was mad for not getting the toy, but because I thought I hurted it's feelings for picking it up and putting it back again.

Lisanne
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when i was younger i used to surround my stuffed toys around me while i sleep, i did this to protect myself from dark spirits because i was convinced they would try to get to me because my mind was wide open at night, and that the feeling of someone watching me would go away.

ruth
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When I was very young, I liked to sleep with all of my toys. One night I wanted to sleep with my Barbie doll, but my older sister told me I couldn't because Barbie would come to life while I was sleeping and poke my eyes out with her pointy hands From then on, I wouldn't go to sleep when a Barbie doll was in the same room as me, let alone the same bed!

Jessie
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I still belive that when a I sleep, my toys would have a party and play with each other until dawn.

Meah
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