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When I was two and learning the alphabet I always wondered why there was only one of every letter exept "n", which was in there twice.
...W, X, Y, N, Z.
I always used to spell 'They' 'Thay'. When I was in year one, my teacher was marking my book and told me the correct way of spelling 'They'. I was very upset (I almost cried!) and argued my case like hell, and I was certain I would win, but I didn't. It shoud be spelt phonetically in my opinion. But you just wait. I'll get my revenge on teachers in Britain.....MUWAH HA HA HA HA
I used to think that the alphabet went like this: ABCDEFGHIJKL *a minnow* P...
I used to think that cursive writing was just a big scribble. I would draw a bunch of squiggles and lines and show it to my grandmother saying, "what's this say grandma?" She would pretend that cetain squiggles meant certain things.
I felt really smart!
When I was just learning to write I used to space the words so that there wasn't only one word on the line below. I was afraid that it might get lonely.
I used to believe that you spelled "ESSAY" like "SA" and "EASY" like "EZ".
When I was in kindergarten my teacher taught us how to spell bird. She said B-I-R-D but the I is silent. So I went home and told my family " guys I learned how to spell bird! B-R-D!" No my aunt said its B-I-R-D no no I replied the I is silent
I used to believe that all numbers and letters had gender, ACGKNPQRSZ were female and the rest male. Girls could only have names that started with those letters and someone named Barbara or somethign just had parenst that messed up
when i was learning the alphabet i used to think it went like : a b c d e f g h i j k ello mello p q r s ...and so on
Since people say "My a-b-c's" i thought everyone had their own a-b-c's
I used to beileve that duct tape was Duck tape, and for awhile I guess I thought it came from ducks....but I'm not sure (I was shocked that for so long I thought it was Duck...)
I used to think that heater was spelled "header"(which i didn't know was pronounced hedder)
I used to think monk was short for monkey.
My mother, who dropped out of school at 16 and who isn't terribly bright was helping me memorize my 'vowels' when I as a kid. She told me there was a rhyme to help me. I just needed to remember that the vowels were "A, E, I, O, U and sometimes Y and W." I learned them that way, then repeated that in class one day and got laughed at by everyone.
I used to mix up the words orgasm and organism.So once , on vacation I felt like writing some sort of a horrortale.I started this story with "I went deeper into the woods , and all of a sudden an orgasm appeared from behind a tree...".I didn't realise why my mother started laughing all at once...: )
I used to think that when you wrote in cursive you didn't just join letters in a word together - I thought you could join all the words together too. I refused to believe my mother when she corrected me on that.
I CAN'T BELIEVE I AM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO THOUGHT THIS!!! I used to believe that l-m-n-o was one letter also. I laughed when I saw that some people thought l-m-n-o-p was a letter! (with the p). What a weird thing!! It's that "darn" song we all learn. The "ABC" song needs to be re-written to clarify those letters!! HaHa!
I used to beleive the alphebet went .....xyNz. and i replace the "and" for the letter"n", i argued with my mom for a long time
I thought if a person writes WAY too much then he will never write ever again. I always save my handwriting power until needed. I even refused to write notes during classes then my teacher made me to write sentences on the board 100 times and I was SO worried that I will never write again from it!
When I was little, my mom had this typewriter and I believed that I could just press random buttons and it would form a story. I would type a bunch of jibberish and then go to my mom and ask her what it meant she said nothing, I did it again and asked her what it meant: nothing, I figured out by about the fifteenth time that you had to try to write a story