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I used to believe the word seal had two different spellings. If you mean the animal, you'd spell it "seal" and if you mean the rubber band thing used to close lids, you spell it "seel".
I'm from a country that speaks Spanish, so as a little kid I didn't understand English much. So one day during summer when a was 6 and visiting the U.S.A I was in the car with my mother, grandmother, cousin, and sisters, we made a stop to a McDonald's with a play place, so they let us play in the play place. I wanted to know how to communicate with the American kids while playing with them, so I went like "AAAAAA NO FHSJSJSJDISMNEJM" because that apparently sounded English to me. I left several of them confused.
I used to believe that "paparazzi" was a Italian word that chefs said when they were making pizza. I stopped believing when my mother and my sister were talking about paparazzis. I asked what it meant, and they said that it is a photographer who takes pictures of famous people.
I used to believe that "sue" meant murder, so in movies when someone is getting sued I got really confused
I thought that exorcise and exercise both meant the same thing
For some reason, I thought "relax" was a swear word.
I thought 100 was the highest number
For some reason, whenever I visualized myself being 6 years old, I visualized myself as an actual number 6! I believe I did this until I was around 8.
I used to think that letters each had their own personalities, and that the small letters were baby versions of big letters. A was a girl, and B was a boy for some reason. Q was an O that had a penis. My child imagination was really strange!
I used to think if you said a bad word you would get arested