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when i was a child i used to believe in aliens and ghosts , BTW i used to sleep with my mom....
Now i still believe in aliens and ghosts but actually i sleep with someone else..... 😂😂😂😂
I use to believe that the planet was raising by an elephant in a river of milk that he decided if it was day or night.
When I was child, I usted to believe that “Santa Clauss” bring me the presents that wished in my heart.
I used to believe that Christmas gifts are came from Santa Claus and our parents told us that Santa is who brought the gifts in our home.
I used to think that the martians, played in the park at night
I used to think snowmen were living creatures that could come to life and walk, because of the footprints in the snow from the people building them, even though nobody puts shoes on them! Talk about Christmas magic!
I used to think it was illegal to send Christmas cards to neighbours if you didn't know them properly!
When I was seven or eight, my mum made up this fib about a wizard named "Wizard Wiggle Wand" whose wand and hat would wiggle and he was Merlin's great-great-great-(I don't remember the exact number of greats)-nephew.
Being the gullible little soul I was, I believed her. She claimed that he did silly things like make the songbirds speak English, the ducks speak Spanish, the dogs sing (in English), our cat fly, cure all the pets at the vet, and turn the sheep pink.
She also claimed that when his magic wore off, you could feel "a buzzy feeling" in the air, like electricity. She was such a good liar that I could actually feel it in a psychosomatic way.
Eventually, she admitted to making "some of it" up.
When I was a child I used to belief that aliens existed.
I used to think that the tooth fairy puts you in a deep sleep before stealing your tooth/teeth.