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I used to believe if you spit on the bottom of a DVD and put in the computer's DVD drive, it would create special affects on the screen
I used to believe that Marvel's movies were true story, and they were inspired by a true story and I would become a superhero like wonder woman just by the bite of a spider... But the problem was : I was scared of spiders.
I thought that Willie Wonka(from Charlie and the chocolate factory) was a girl until i saw the movie
I used to think that all TV was live, and I wondered how in reruns they could exactly duplicate the show down to the wrinkles in people's clothing.
My parents told me that if i spat on the TV screen, it would explode. I was afraid to stand near the TV for a long time!
I used to think the Star Wars movies were filmed on Mars.
I used to think Squidward was called Baldo because he was bald
I used to think that the news reporters on the television were watching me
When I was a kid, I saw a TV commercial advertising a place that was having a "liquidation sale" because it was going out of business. I had never heard that term before; I thought that it meant whatever merchandise was left unsold at the end of the going-out-of-business sale, they would take and melt down. (You know...liquidate!)
I figured it was some sort of marketing gimmick to coax people into coming to the sale and buying things - nobody wants to see so much stuff go to waste like that, after all. This all made perfect sense to me.
I used to believe that fictional characters weren't real, or in other words, weren't aware of the audience's existence. So I used to wonder why people write letters to fictional characters if they can only read letters from other characters.