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I believed that the teach on Romper Room could see us when she used her magic mirror. I also believed that somehow the middle of it disappeared as opposed to them substituting a mirror with a hole in it when the cut away.
I thought my posters, and pinups all had tiny cameras attached to the eyes, and that it relayed those videos back to the person in the picture. Because of this, it was only by the age of 13 or so that I could actually change clothes in my bedroom without thinking that someone was watching me.
I use to believe that My life was a story and someone out their was sitting on their grandfathers lap just watching me.
When I was a kid, we had some large photos of relatives who had died. I felt like their eyes were following me around the room and watching everything I did. Everytime I was alone in the house, I would turn the pictures to the wall. Mom turned them back but never asked me why. Still today, photos with eyes that seem to follow you give me the creeps.
I was only little, but whenever I was watching TV, it made me think that my whole life was also a TV show. As if people were watching me in a programme.
So I used to stand up randomly and do something funny, just so the viewers would like me more. Like Joey off Friends.
My cousin told me that aliens could watch you through the television and the way you knew they were is that when the black and white television would turn off, it would go blank toward the middle, with that little white circle that would pause and disappear last.
since i was little, my walls had been covered with pictures... i used to believe that the people in the pictures could actually see me, and so i covered my head with my sheets at night becuase i was embarassed for them to see me sucking my thumb!
when i was little i was convinced that life was a big television show and we were being watched on t.v. somwhere
I used to believe that cameras were everywhere. I mean EVERYWHERE, even in my room, in the shower, at school- Ok, well its normal to have cameras at school... But anyway, when i talked to my friend about it, i got over it.
I thought the people who were on TV didn't know they were on TV, and we were just secretly watching them go about their lives without their knowledge.
i used to believe that there was a secret camera in my house and it watched my every move... i though i had my own tv show and everything just nobody told me about it because then it wouldn't be funny any more......so i would always look my best and try tpo be really funny......now im 15 and i still kidda believe that (im a wierd girl and i love it!)
I used to believe that there were camera's all in my room that my parents set up so they could see what I was doing. I would always be so good and do good things, but if I wanted to do something my parents wouldnt like, I would hide under my covers and do it.
When I was about 5, I thought that if I talked in the mirror I was on one of those TV shows where the person narrated their own life.
When i was around 5, I was convinced my parents had video cameras installed all over my room. i used to sit in there by myself, and talk to every possible bit of the wall so I would be looking in the lens and they would know I knew they were there. I'd sit there saying, 'I know your watching me' and 'i can see the cameras, do you think im stupid?' lol...
when I was in third grade I don't know why, but I was CONVINCED my 3rd grade teacher was watching me through a little camera installed in my clock in my room. so I used to moon and flick the clock off.
(dont laugh at me, im kinda slow.) up until bout 3rd grade i always turned off d tv 2 dress cuz i thought d people on d news could c me. (they dont always have 2 stare straight at d camera!!!)
I used to believe that whenever I dance in a room where the TV is on, everyone who is watching TV could also see me. I felt embarrassed since I didn't assume I was dancing perfectly. I would turn the TV off and dance, and whenever I thought I had enough practice with a specific tune I would turn the TV on and dance quite cautiously, lest I would be criticized for my performance.
I was one of those "the people in the picture can see me too" kids ..Even now i dont like to look at my yearbook unless i look decent and my hair is brushed.
I used to believe that there were cameras in the eyes of the popstar posters on my walls.Therefore I could never change in my room!!How embarrasing it would be if they saw me naked!So I always took my clothes to the bathroom to change.It took so long to get rid of that idea..So long that when I was 16,my mum took me to a psychologist which didn't work =) well..you know what they say, time fixes stuff =) (and now I wouldn't mind stripping in front of Mr.Pitt!)
I used to believe that the people in photographs could see me and change their face or positions when I wasn't looking.I still turn pictures around when I want privacy.