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When I was a little kid, after watching the movie Toy Story, I used to believe that my toys come to life whenever I wasn't watching. So when I left my toys outside, I saw one of them placed somewhere else and I was telling it to stay still.
Im twelve and this constantly happening to me. I have a giant LEGO Box in the shape of LEGO Brick and I always use the LEGO. But each time I check the box and there are creations that I did not build. And the thing is they are better than mine... ANYWAYS Im the only person in my family who likes LEGO and knows how to build with it but, I have lots of LEGO Ninjago, LEGO MOVIE and LEGO CITY people. Maybe its them who build it...
One day last year I had a sleep over at my friends house we both love toy story toys and that day we were bouncing Buzz Lightyears off a bouncy ball. I know it was dangerous but he had two buzz's that he didn't like. But suddenly when I was running to the ball I fell and the buzz's leg fell off. I felt terrible so, we had a funeral. Later that night I was awake at 3am because my friend was snoring. Suddenley just after I fell asleep I woke up hearing 3 taps like a buzz's. I jumped up and it stopped. then in then morning I told him what happened and he has a big box of toys across the room. And guess what... the Buzz was under hi s bed. Im 12 and I still don't know what happened.
When I was little, i used to believe that my dolls and teddies care me and they were always in silence because wanted just hear me and play with me and sometimes I cried because they never spoke with me and I believed that they were angry with me because I didn't sleep with all my teddies and dolls.
When I was child, I used to believe that my toys were alive, because when I saw the movie ''ToyStory'' they had their own life.
I used to think that all my toys which had eyes were watching me and if I treated them well, they wouldn't do anything while I slept.
When I was little I honestly believed that if I tried hard enough I could bring my stuffed animals to life with the help of God. I was very disappointed when I realized some things.
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!
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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 :-(
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.