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I believe I can fly when I watched cartoons at my
I used to believe that "subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing" meant that if you put subtitles on the movie the audio would be harder to hear.
When I was a child I always heard my friends talking about the film "Never Ending Story". I was convinced that was really without a end, so I spent whole afternoons searchingthis strange channel that was transmitting the same story from years until the eternity.
When I was younger, I used to believe what I saw in films was real.
When I was young and we had an old big TV, I used to believe that the people who appeared in the screen were really inside.
In the Slinky commercial jingle, " A slinky, a slinky, it's fun for a girl and a boy", my dad thought he could only play with a slinky with a girl because he thought it literally and he didn't have a sister, but he played with one anyways, even alone.
I used to believe that all DVDs contained the characters inside them. When you played the DVD, the characters would come and act like they are on a play. This belief disappeared when I found out how DVDs and videos work, when I was around 8 or 9 years old.
When I first heard about "Adult Top 40" music, I thought it was a type of music only adults were allowed to listen to, because each song would have 40 bad words in it.
I used to believe that the tv had little men and women moving in there.
When i was a kid, i thought a monster would pop out of the DVD player if I turned it on past my bedtime