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When i was a child I thought that other people live for me, well i guess I was in a big game, looks like Sims. And I was the main character/
when I was little I thought the Pokémon existed but we couldn't see them.
When I was a child, I used to believe that Baltasar, the black wise man, only gave bad gifts to bad children. My father knew that, and one day, he dressed up in a costume of Baltasar, and said to me that if I wasn’t a good boy and had good marks, he would give me bad gifts. Since that day, I always behave well.
I used to believe that cheating at cards was about the worst thing you could do. This was after I heard people talking about cheating and saying how horrible it was and acting like it was really bad. Cheating at cards was the only way of cheating I knew.
I only recently found out that accordions had bass buttons. I always thought that the piano keys or right hand buttons were the only way to get it to make a sound, and that whenever somebody in a video was playing an accordion with both sides they had edited in the bass part.
I used to believe that the Smarties book prize was when a writer won a packet of smarties for the boom they had written, even it probably means something about kids being smart when they are reading.
When I was a little I thought that toys could speak to me ,because when I was sad I heard them comfort me. But sometimes they did not advise me in the right way
so after a moment I did not give them confience any more .
Now, when I'm sad I'm comforting myself with candy and my phone it's cool to be comforted with technology !
This isn't something I thought but another kid did (who was younger than me). We were playing charades, and while I knew how to play it, the kid didn't get it and thought that instead of getting people to guess the words in the title you were supposed to act out what happens in the movie (e.g one of his was The Matrix and he would reel back and wave his arms around like he was Neo dodging bullets.) The other adults tried to explain how it really works but I don't remember if he ever figured it out or not.
When I was younger, I used to believe my toys were alive. OMG PRANK sa tourne mal explication
When I was younger , I believe my teddy bear could talk with me !omg
When I was a kid, there was a playground near my place with a spaceship-shaped climbing frame. I was too young to play on it, but I thought that the reason why people weren't letting me play on it was because it was really an actual spaceship.
I distincly remember in the past if I didn’t go to my bed at 8 o’clock, a person would came to my home to take my toys to give them to children in the world and my parents wouldn’t buy new toys for me
I thought that my Sheriff Woody doll could protect me if I was home alone.
I used to believe that my toys moves in the nights like Toy Story.
I used to think bubble liquid was little more than just water. So once when I was little, I caught a bubble on my tongue. Big mistake. Yuck!
When I was a child, I used to believe that my teddy bear was alive.I used to imagine it to play with my others toys.
The girls in grade school said that if your swing on the swing set was synchronized with the person swinging next to you, then that meant you were married. After hearing that, I was really careful who I swung next to.
When swinging on the swing set in the playground, if there was another kid swinging in the adjacent swing and the timing of their swinging became synchronized with mine, it was understood that either of us were obligated to shout, "Get out of my bathtub!" When I looked up this quaint custom on the internet, it seemed to be an actual thing that kids did in the past. Apparently it's such an old custom that the original phrase used to be "Get off my party line!", which of course referred to multiple people having a conversation on the same telephone line. I suspect that this etiquette arose because a swing set can be destabilized, and may tip over when two or more people are swinging at the same frequency and height, and so shouting the phrase was a request for the other person to adjust their own swinging frequency.
I used to believe that my stuffed animals were awake at night when i fell asleep
I used to believe my stuffed animals were alive and had feelings. When I was younger, I got a brand new stuffed bear, and put my stuffed tiger away in the closet with the rest of my stuffed animals (the closet was in a separate room, behind my bed in my room). When I tried to sleep, I could hear scratching behind my head. I was so scared that I threw my bear in the closet and grabbed my tiger, but the scratching continued. Turned out we had mice.