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I used to think the "Save Big Money At Menards" went like "J.C. Penny's At Menards"
I used to belive that when the TV went blank when it was on, that some spies were watching me through my TV. So I would yell, "Put it back to my regular programming, or else I'll call the police." And surprisingly, the show(or commercial) would come back on.
I used to think that people in posters and photos could see you. For some reason this only applied to pictures that were hanging on walls. To this day I can't have posters in my room while I'm changing my clothes.
when i was little i used to think that everyone watched me on this big tv screen at the white house, so i was really afraid to undress or take showers or go to the bathroom. and what not. it took me years to get over this fear of being watched.
I used to think that the eyes on the photos of people on my posters were actually cameras that the companies had put in to see what you get up to and to help the police, so I used to get dressed/undressed with my back to them! I was 11 too!
In about 5th grade, I had several posters on my walls in my bedroom. I always thought that they could see me and were watching me. I couldn't come out of the shower and change in my room. I would have to go back to the bathroom. I get freaked out by them.
I usto belive that when I was in school,and thinking about something I wasnt supposto be thinkin... ( about naked people or whatever ) lol and that when I thought of it,the people behind me in class could read my thoughts!
Or anybody there in the school could see waht Im thinking!
Max Headroom used to freak me out. I think it was the way he moved. He reminded me of these mannequins in a suit shop, that I really hated to pass by, because I thought they'd spring to life a la Max Headroom style.
When I was little I used to believe that the people we were watching on the television were able to watch us as well. I would regularly go round the house looking for hidden cameras - funny how I never found any!
when i was a kid me and my little sister used to think that we were on tv just like all the other families we watched. we used to ask my mother where the camera's were
When I was 6 or 7 I believed that people on t.v. could see me. Once, i was watching t.v. with my older sister and i told her to cover up because they were watching her.
I used to think that everytime I watched a funny show that the crowd in the background laughing were other people in their livingrooms watching the same thing so i would laugh loud for my friends to hear me.
I used to believe really strongly that the posters of people in my room could see me. I used to hide under my bed when I changed my clothes so they couldn't see me.
I was also convience that there was just always someone watching me (other than God) no matter where I was up until I was like 12. I actually still sometimes think it in my head. But I'm a dumbass anyway.
As a child i believed that what was happening on tv was peoples real lives and that they didnt know we were watching them, therefore i thought somebody somewhere was watching me !!
i used to believe that i was constantly being filmed by a secret hidden camera. i always tried to look my best and not to pick my nose ........ just in case!
I used to think that Orville Redenbacher
could see me when the commercial came on and I would hide behind things so he couldn't.
I used to think that the people in photographs could see out through their photographed eyes. (I never stopped to wonder why I couldn't see out of any of the pictures that had been taken of me.)
I had liked to read on the toilet before that, but after I developed this delusion I wouldn't read magazines or any book with pictures on the cover while I was sitting on the toilet, just in case.
I thought when my Mum used to watch 'Coronation Street' on TV that she was actually watching real people in their everyday lives. Which made me think English people were watching us on their TV's. Wonder where the camera's were hidden??
I used to believe that my posters could see me. I used to have loads of STEPS posters on my bedroom walls, and would always be on my best behaviour when I went into my bedroom, because I believed that STEPS were watching me on a TV screen , through their eyes on the posters.
I used to believe that everyone was constantly being filmed.This was due to crime reconstruction programmes, although I couldn't understand why they couldn't catch the criminal. But it stopped me from being bad cause i thought my mum could watch me