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Some kids played with dolls, some kids played with action figures; I played with balloons. Whenever I'd get a balloon, I would name it "Mr. Balloony" and carry it around and talk to it like most kids would to a stuffed animal. Upon reflection, this may explain why to this day I have a fear of balloons popping.
I used to believe that everyone on earth was just really dolls for giants to play with.
I used to believe that every time I got out of bed at night, my toys would be alive and they would find me awake and try to come and eat my toes and fingers.
I believed that my toys were alive, so I would explain to them before birthdays and Christmas that new toys would be coming to my room but I still loved all of them equally.
I used to believe that if I didn't introduce my new Barbies to the old owns, they wouldnt get along. So every Christmas, I would set all the Barbies out and introduce them to each other.
i thought cannibals were the same thing as cannonballs. i remember my mother being very surprised when i told her i wanted a pirate ship with cannibals for christmas!
I believed my baby dolls hair grew just like mine. While giving my doll a haircut, my Mom tried to tell me it wouldn't grow back. I knew mine did and couldn't believe my Mom was so stupid.
When I was little my mom told me that dolls had actual feelings. She told me that if I was mean to my doll she could feel it. I believed her for a long time and I was always very careful when I played with them. One day I was playing with friends and we were playing with our dolls, I don't remember what led up to me saying "Doll's have feelings too". But my friends laughed at me hysterically and it was that day that I realized my mom had tricked me and I was angry at her and embarrassed too.
Once i saw a commercial, where a kid could transform a blank piece of paper into a 100 dollar bill, with this little machine. I thought to myself, if we had one we would never be poor again. So I took all of my savings, and bought that magic machine at the toy store. I returned home, full of anticipation, only to discover that it was "just a magic trick", and you needed a 100 dollar bill to make one. Boy was I disappointed!
When I was a little girl a friend told me that Peggy from the Muppets was evil and in the night she are going to kill me if I sleep in the same bedroom that the doll
I beleave that when I am out,my Monster High dolls have classes and my fairy dolls start to fly around the room!Bye!
My dad was dating an American woman who would come and visit us every now and then (we live in Chile). I once asked him "Where is she going to sleep"
"In my bed" he replied.
"Where are you going to sleep"
"In the couch" he obviously lied...
"And what are you going to do after we (my sisters and me) are gone?"
"Chat and probably go out to dinner"
Concerned about this I went back into my room and searched for my Jumanji board game. I handed it over to my dad and said "Here, you can have it so you wont get bored"
My sisters convinced me that the dog in their Barbie collection, an Afghan hound, had hair that would turn to wood if I got it wet. I thought I wasn't doing it right.
I used to believe that stuffed animals had cameras in their eyes and thats how the toy companies knew what kids wanted in toys. which is why they always came out with better toys the following year.
...That the dolls I had in display cases talked at night and followed my gaze with their own.
When I was little I saw the Child's Play movies with Chucky and the Nightmare on Elm Street movies with Freddy Krueger. I had a girl talking doll that was about the size of Chucky too. I always thought that Chucky, Freddy, and my girl doll were out to get me and would hide under my bed or come when I was asleep. I would sometimes run and jump to get in bed. I also believed that my Cabbage Patch Kids dolls protected me. I had 3 of them so I would lie with 2 on one side of me and one on the other when I was going to sleep.
When I said "shut-down" mode the toy would "power down" , meaning they couldn't feel anything when me and my sister were done playing.We created this because we don't have a shelf and put our toys in a big wooden box thing and the toys would get crowded.
When I was little, one of my friends had a toy fire truck that had a big red button that said "fire" on it. My friend told me that pressing it would make the truck light on fire, so i never played with it ever again.
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.