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When I was a child，I used to believe that my mom was some kind of prophet because she always knew everything I did!
I used to believe No-Heart (From the Care Bears) lived behind my shower curtains. I was really afraid to get up at night and would have someone check the curtains before I pee
When I was little I thought that the " coco " was under my bed and to protect me I covered myself with the sheets. and I thought if he saw me he would take me with him *The coco is the mexican boogeyman :'(
I had this weird thing where my mum would give me a back rub to stop me from being worried. After a few tries, we found out that talking about my worries was more effective, but when she did the back rub thing she claimed that she was "sending my worries to space". That gave me the belief that emotions were physical things that were just intangible and invisible (like water vapor) and I was worried that if she sent my worries to space, it would cause aliens to become randomly afraid because they'd "possess" them or something.
When my older sister told me that farmers were a real thing, I refused to believe her. I thought farmers were just a made up human creature, like wizards or vampires.
I got given a box of slime marked "alien puke" and asked if E.T. was all right.
I read a book about a girl who finds a magical umbrella that makes you able to fly and at the end of the book, it said, "Perhaps it has landed in someone's garden."
Then, I saw an umbrella in someone's garden and thought it was The umbrella.
My friend said she was a fairy but when I asked her to fly as proof, she said that it would make her powers disappear because she "wasn't a very good fairy". I wasn't convinced.
This is weird but when I was little my hands were kind of like friends to me (only sometimes) and when I washed my hands I pretended they were fighting over the soap. My left hand was a little boy and my right hand was an older girl. Sometimes I would play with my hands and pretend the right hand was a witch who tried to steal stuff from the left hand, it was weird.
When i was a little girl, i used to believe in the Easter bunny because the eggs were always hidden outside