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When I was 5 after I saw ToyStory I thought that my toys would come to life when I left the room or went to bed ect. And If I treated them bad they would come after me in the middle of the night. So I always 'played nice'
When I saw the movie Toy Story it made me believe that if you treated your toys with the utmost care they could come to life. I remember I would go as far as bathing my toys and shampooing my barbie dolls hair.
I used to believe that my toys would get cold at night so i always put them on the bed and under the covers when i went to sleep.
P.S Totally because of toy story. =P
I used to believe that if I went down a tube slide, a metal sheet would slide down the front opening and bottom opening, locking me into a little claustraphobic tube-slide hell. I was terrified!
I used to believe that my stuffed animals would get lonely and sad when I was gone so I had to leave them at least in pairs so they had a buddy to talk to.
I used to believe... that when there was no one in my room, my toys gain life... and start to play by them selves.
...the game Guess Who had a commercial that came on all the time. Wacky people would become animated and talk to you and tell you if it was them or not. I thought the game cards would actually come alive and talk to you. My parents never bought the game for me and would constantly have to talk me down from thinnking the charecters came alive and were interactive... =( soon enough lol
When I was little, I thought that babies in the mothers womb had toys with them, so they couldnt get bored. Think: miniture cars, barbies ect.
As a child I believed that if I didn't have stuffed animals completely surrounding me, it was quite possible I would be murdered in my sleep. My logic was that each animal had to be thick enough in key areas (heart, head, etc.) that a knife could only do minimal damage to me. Something about a child's brain not having adequate information to process probability. Strange.
When I was young I used to believe the words 'MADE IN CHINA' on the back of old toys were referring to a company by the name of 'MADEINCHINA'. I used to wonder how much money the owner would be getting every day, to have a company so massive...
I used to believe that barbie dolls would come alive at night when i was sleeping. i soon realised by the age of 8 that this was a lie lol.
sometimes when the eyelids of my stuffed animals that surronded my bed were slightly slanted so that it looked as if they were quite angry! well i was appauled as i had always taken such good care of them! what more can a 4 year old do?
When i was little, i used to believe that if I let one of my stuffed animals fall on the floor and did not pick it up, it would feel like I didn't like it.
I used to believe that vegetarians didn't play with toys so I bought this vegetarian kid two bottles of V8 for his ninth birthday.
one time i really wanted a pink cloth child's wallet at a toy store, that had a kitten holding a star-topped magic wand painted on it. somehow i thought this picture meant the small wallet contained a full-sized wand, and when my mother bought me the wallet i was crushed that this was untrue. i felt absurdly self-pitying about my deprived childhood afterwards.
Some of my 'little people' toys would float in the bathtub and some of them would sink. As a child, I was convinced that the ones that could float must have taken swimming lessons.
i use to believe....that cement trucks carried balloons to the Bozo circus....lol
My grandpa had a knack for kite flying. He could send pieces of paper all the way up the string to the kite. One day, one fell off that I didn't see: he rubbed it on the grass and then told me it hit the moon; the green edges on the paper were proof, since the moon is made of green cheese. Unfortunately, I was laughed out of "show and tell" in kindergarden when I related this story.
I used to think little tiny people lived inside of my toy cars. But when I tried to look inside to see them they would hide.
When I was little I used to think that when we left the house another family lived there and played with my toys. If a toy went missing I blamed it on the "other" child who lived there when we left.