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when i was little i used to believe that if i didn't kiss all my stuffed animals each night before i went to bed that they would get mad and kill me during the night. there were about 100 of them just next to my bed and my bedtime used to take forever because i had to kiss each one.

Anon
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when i was youger i used to believe that teddies protected you from evil things and that if you didnt treat them good they wouldnt protect you

georgina
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I used to believe that ET could come and kill you at night--but only if you had all of your stuffed animals in a big group. I always had to have mine in a big long single file line--that way, ET couldn't hide among them.

ninabean
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i used to believe that my barbie doll`s hair would grow back if i cut it.. so i did try cutting it but it never grew back.. XD

bettykins
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I was a little girl and my Mom told me she was going to buy me a "jumper". I was so excited because I thought she meant like a "Pogo Stick". I couldn't wait til she got home and when she did, the only "jumper" she had for me was a dress! Can we say "DISAPPOINTING"????

Sharon
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When I was about 9 years old, I won a 6 foot tall yellow rabbit in a drawing. I propped it up in my room and, perhaps misled by it's life-sizeness, convinced myself that if he didn't eat, he would die.

I remember sneaking some of my mom's cherry cobbler in my room one night and trying to feed the rabbit. He didn't eat it, but I still have a vivid memory of his yellow and white face with red cherry juice on his felt tongue and whiskers.

Richard
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I used to believe that all of the favorite toys and clothes I lost ended up caught in a Lost Things Loft, and that all I had to do was find that loft and I'd find all my old toys. I even had vivid dreams about that loft, full up to the knees with old loved toys. I'd wake up and try to draw a map before I "forgot" where the loft was so I could find it later that day.

Jessica
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When I was a kid, I used to sleep with my Dapper Dan doll. Then one Christmas, I was given a teddy bear and believed that I could not sleep with both. So I sat my Dapper Dan down and explained to him very compassionately that he could no longer sleep in my bed, but that it was okay because I had set him up with his very own apartment on the headboard complete with his own tv, toys and refridgerator and that he could come visit at any time.

Brian
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I had a dream once that I was one of my dolls...and I could taste whatever food I saw. So I started to believe that my dolls and stuffed animals could do the same. I would put a little bit of food in front of their eyes and then up to their mouth so they could taste it.

Tracey
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I used to believe that when you leave a toy out by it self. It wil have little party with other toys.

Jeff
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WHEN I WAS ABOUT 4 OR 5 ,I WAS READING THE LABEL OF MY TEDDY BEAR AND USE TO SEE;MAD IN JAPAN SO FOR ME ALL THE JAPANESE WAS MAD AND WE SHOULD NEVER GO THERE CAUSE WE'LL GET MAD.BUT IT WAS MADE IN JAPAN THE E WAS GONE.THANK GOT I KNOW NOW

LMPEACE
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i was a big GI Joe fan in the 80s, when i saw Sgt Slaughter in a wrestling show, i thought GI Joe and cobra were real(i was only 8)

Anon
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i used to believe that if i didnt spend equal amounts of time with each stuffed animal then one would get jealous and kill me in my sleep.

Melissa
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When I was little I was always afraid that our house would be on fire, and that my toys would burn inside the house. So for a period I had all my toys in boxes by the door so that if the house started burning I could just grab them on my way out. This never happened, however, so after some time I put the toys back into my room.

Skrunn
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My little cousins believe that if you let go of a helium balloon and it floated up into the sky, it would go to BalloonLand and be able to sing, talk, and dance. It would also become a star in the sky.

emmy and ally
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I use to beleive that if I played with one toy more than the other, that the toy least played with would be sad.

-Charity
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When I was 5 or 6 i believed the Pilsbury Dough Boy was real. I asked my parents for one for Christmas. I was very disappointed to discover he wasn't real when I tried to poke him in his stomach and he didn't giggle.

Joanne
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i thought toys and stuff animals were alive but they just held there breath and didnt blink till you were gone then they would all start talking and i thought they had to go to some school so they could learn how to go the whole day without blinking or moving at all, so i would walk out of the room with all my stuff animals on my bed then I would sneak in and hope to see them all moving ....
i also used to be very careful not to drop them or roll over on them cuz i thought it would hurt/kill them!!!

Radicandy
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When I was young I had a stuffed animal fox that a carried around everywhere. I honestly blieved that it turned into a real fox and went out at night and came back in the morning. I knew this as a fact, so I must of drempt seeing this, I don't remember. But I knew I had to keep in a secret and not tell anyone.

One day, on a family trip to arizonia, we were in an airport and my dad asked me to put in under the x-ray thing, thinking it would be fun to give my favorite toy an x-ray. After seeing him filled with cotton, I was horrified, but for a very odd reason: As a very smart child, I knew that foxes eat sheep. And everyone knew sheep grew cotton. My good little fox had gone out and killed and eaten a whole bunch of sheep and was now stuffed with cotton! (Yeah, I thought cotton came from sheep) For a while after I remember not liking to be around it as much because I thought it was a killer.

I was relieved to later find out cotton comes from plants.

Who knew?
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When I was 5, I saw a puppet show at school - I had no idea that they were puppets though, and so I believed they were real and wanted one to do things for me.

Athena
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