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I used to think people read books because of that overwhelming smell of the pages that you can bury your nose in, rather than the actual subject!
When I was 15, I accidentally referred to my baby cousin's Christening as his funeral. Well, at least I found it funny myself.
I used to think headquarters meant somebody's head cut into 4.
I thought the phrase "throw the towel in" had to do with throwing one's swimming towel into the pool/ocean/lake/river.
I used to think that when you got a foreign language option for something, like if a list of instructions were written in English, French, Polish, and German, for instance, then the foreign ones besides English were just there randomly, rather than being languages that people would be speaking if they were using the product!
I used to think Jane Austen was related to the Bronte sisters, maybe like their cousin or step/half-sister.
Stereotypically, I used to think that all Indians used the phrase 'oh my God' in just about every sentence.
i used to think 1+1=11
I used to believe that the words Angliphile and Francophile were related to the word paedophiles.
Until one of my parents actually used the word out loud, I used to see the word 'deluxe' on my pet rescue game, and thought it was pronounced 'DELCKS-chur'.