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When I was little my mother had me and my sisters believe that play do was illegal in Rhode Island, which is my hometown. So we never bought it.
When I was about 6 or 7, my friend and I used to think stuffed animals were alive. We would even stand outside my bedroom door, hiding, to see if they would move. I was convinced that I had heard one breathing!
I used to think that my favourite stuffed animal, a rabbit, was able to fly. One day when I was at my Granparents, I left her (my bunny) on the kitchen hanging lamp. When I got back she was three feet away behind the washer and dryer! My Granpa was also astonisished and I still don't know how she got there to this very day!
I used to believe that all my stuffed animals were alive, and that they talked to eachother when I left the room.
When I was really little I thought Barbie's name was Barfie and I would argue with my parents about it for hours...I loved playing with "Barfie"
WHEN I WAS LITTLE, I ONCE LOOKED ON THE LABEL OF MY TEDDY. IT SAID "MADE IN ENGLAND". I AT ONCE ASKED MY MUM WHERE "ENJLAND" WAS, AND BELIEVED IT WAS WHERE THEY MADE THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE.
I always felt as though my stuffed animals had feelings. I knew they weren't alive, but I was afraid that if I spent too much time with one, the others would get jealous. And I never could give any of them away, being afraid that I would hurt their feelings. This was all before Toy Story ever came out as well.
I don't feel that way anymore, except I still can't bring myself to get rid of any of them..
I used to believe that the notice "batteries not included" on a gadget or toy meant that it didn't need batteries - as if it ran on magic or something. I thought toys like that sounded great, and I was bothered that my parents never bought me one.
there was a toy that came out in the shops, it was called car crusherI used to beleive that when u put the cars in the crusher the cars wud actually be crushed coz at the end u get this cube of screwed up metal i was really facinated with it and kept beggin my parents buy it,wernt till years later i found out the truth.
My sister and I used to believe that the tags on stuffed animals' bottoms were "substitute tails," just in case their real tails were to ever fall off.
When I was little my older sister told me that if I was nice to my stuffed animals they would come alive. So I gave them all my candy and had nice conversations with them! I still dont like to throw them away bcuz I feel bad for them! lol
When i was little i thought my stuffed teddy-bear was alive and whenever i wasn't looking it would try to sneak up on me to kill me so i always tried to watch it.
When I was about 4 years old my dad made me watch the Child's Play movie. Before I went to bed EVERY night, I would kiss avery last one of them good night and tell them they were my favorite so they wouldn't come and kill me in my sleep.
When I was littler I used to think that my barbie dolls were alive and that they had parties and they were like toy story people and that the army guys shot the other dolls and they somehow recovered.
When I was a little kid my brother told me if you could swing all the way around on the swing set you would turn inside out.
i used to have numerous amounts of teddies at the end of my bed. At night i would give each and every one a kiss because i didn't want any of them to feel left out or that any of them were my favourite
I believed that an evil version of Mickey Mouse lived under my bed, and when i was asleep my good version of Mickey Mouse would have wars against the evil one. One day i found my good Mickey had been kicked out of bed and lying face down on the floor! this was it for me, the evil Mickey had won and i had to sleep on the couch for the next few weeks in terror that i was next! Or until i was certain that the other toys in my room had won the battle.
when I was five I saw toy story and was convinced that my toys were alive so I'd talk to them and one time I left a video camera in my room while my family and I were gone and hope I'd catch them on tape but when they didn't move I thought it was because they knew I left a camera I believed this untill 2nd grade
When my Mom taught me to play the card game "War", she told me the higher card wins. So I thought that meant the person who put their card higher up on the table was the winner. It made me mad that she kept taking all the cards, when it was clear mine were "higher".
I used to believe my stuffed animals would be sad, lonely and cold if they didn't get to sleep next to me. I'd rotate them every night so that they all had a turn to be warm and would not be the ones to fall out of bed. Even the ones I didn't like very much would get a turn.