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I still belive that when a I sleep, my toys would have a party and play with each other until dawn.

Meah
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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.

Jason
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When swinging on the swing set in the playground, if there was another kid swinging in the adjacent swing and the timing of their swinging became synchronized with mine, it was understood that either of us were obligated to shout, "Get out of my bathtub!" When I looked up this quaint custom on the internet, it seemed to be an actual thing that kids did in the past. Apparently it's such an old custom that the original phrase used to be "Get off my party line!", which of course referred to multiple people having a conversation on the same telephone line. I suspect that this etiquette arose because a swing set can be destabilized, and may tip over when two or more people are swinging at the same frequency and height, and so shouting the phrase was a request for the other person to adjust their own swinging frequency.

DeeDub
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I only recently found out that accordions had bass buttons. I always thought that the piano keys or right hand buttons were the only way to get it to make a sound, and that whenever somebody in a video was playing an accordion with both sides they had edited in the bass part.

Accordion to my Imagination
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When I first saw Toy Story, I freaked out.When I was very young, I believed that everyones toys and other inanimate objects were all alive.I thought they were just hiding because they didn't like humans. I would try to talk to them for hours to make them like me enough to come alive, but to no avail.

Summer
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when i was a kid i was convinced that when i was out of the room, my toys came alive just like in toy story. i would always open my bedroom door really quick to try to catch them. somehow, it just never worked.

lucky_face
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When I was younger, I used to believe that my toys and really all "inanimate objects" were all sentient. I would talk to anything in my room from time to time to let it know I appreciated it. I also strongly believed that, contrary to what everyone told me, things can, and do, just disappear on occasion, or get up and walk away of their own accord. Now that I'm older, of course, I know that it's true.

FireflyII
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when i was little i used to belive that barbies could have babies!!!!!

kay~gr.7
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I used to think that my toys in my room would come alive when I went somewhere. They would have fun until one of them heard the car coming up the driveway then they would all get back to where theywere.
Sometimes I still think that...

cool cat
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we were told never tear apart a golf ball because because there is a liquid center that would sqirt in your eye and blind you

susie
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I used to see those commercials on TV for "Family Barbies" and barbie was holding a little kid. I was a very curious little girl, and had looked under barbie's skirt before, only to find that she was always wearing underwear. When i saw one of those commercials on TV for family barbie, i said to my mom, "But mom, barbie doesn't got a buhgina!" My mom laughed really hard and didn't tell me for years.

where does it come from?
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when i was little i thought my toys were alive when i went out of the room like toy story. whenever i came into my room i always tried to catch them out and see them. they were always too quick for me. because of that i gave all my toys away. about a year later i realised toys cant be alive. i felt so stupid for giving them away

dale
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i used to belive that allof my teddies were alive and if i only hugged one then all the other ones would get jealous esecially this one sheep teddy .i got so scared of this that i used to sleep with the covers tucked tight around me incase it decided to hurt me because i hadnt been nice enough to it. i didnt get rid of it because it looked at me like it might come and get me if i chucked it .......

sera .p.
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My mom would let me play with Play-Doh sometimes when I was little. When I was finished playing, I would pack the Play-Doh in its container. My mom would always warn me to put the lid on tight, so "the Play-Doh won't draw ants." I always wondered how in the heck my blob of Play-Doh could draw pictures of ants.

Bill
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I used to think that my stuffed animals were alive and I would talk to them but the weird thing was is that I actually thought they were talking back to me until I was about 7.

Braden
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My babysitter's 17-year-old son had a bucket full of action figures that I used in lieu of my barbies. But I always gave them stories with action. I would hide them in secret spots during lunch or snack so that nobody would find them. I believed that everyone's mission was out to hunt them down.

Anon
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When I was a little I thought that toys could speak to me ,because when I was sad I heard them comfort me. But sometimes they did not advise me in the right way
so after a moment I did not give them confience any more .

Now, when I'm sad I'm comforting myself with candy and my phone it's cool to be comforted with technology !

CHILL_NeSs
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I used to believe that the Cabbage Patch Kids, the baby ones, I had when I was little looked at me and once someone told me that they changed their facial expressions, especially the part of their mouth and the eyes changed direction so that scared me. One day, one of these dolls was found in my parents' bed with a broken eye, and I was very scared because I was alone in my house and this doll started talking because it was designed to repeat what you said. That moment in my life I will never forget. The same day I gave away all my dolls and I only kept some barbies and all my stuffed animals.

Abigail
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I used to believe that my toys would wake up when I went to sleep, and would play by themselves.

Anon
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When I was five, I had a dream about my Barbie haing a devil face, knife, & it was devouring me(EWWW)! When I turned twelve & got a Barbie from my Granny, I screamed,"Get that evil, demented thing away from me!!!", & went to hide in the corner of the park by the slide. When she found me and asked me what was wrong I told her everything. She told me the truth & it was solved, but from 5 to 12 I was cautious about having any toys because I thiught they would murder me in the night & feast on my flesh((DOUBLE EWWWW)), I tried to pass the time reading & tried to cover up me toylessness with about 20 pictures & posters.

duffbynesfan
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