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I used to believe my life was like the Truman show. One time a guy in kabuki cab got off his bike. pointed at me and said to the guy in the cab (like a bike with 2 person seat in the back) You see that guy there? When he dies everything you see here will be gone! The old guy in the cab laughed. Another one : I was in a liquor store. The manager picked up the microphone and said. "everyone in the store, I would like to say hi to Michael. They said "Hi" Michael. I put my head down. paid for the beer and left. Many store keepers know my name. Not meeting them before. What I think: They grow us in bubbles, so they can be filled with paid actors that can and do exist in other bubbles. When two believers meet, we can hear each other's instructions given to us. We are not alone. They just have a strange way of growing humans now. To MAXIMIZE PROFIT AND GROWTH.
How do they get paid anyway? With ways. The Grand "way" trading machine.
Vancouver and Victoria BC Canada is teaming with these paid actor types. filled to the brim.
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.
As a kid I believed that just like we saw the actors in the movies they were watching us. So, some of my unnecessary actions like a sudden smile or a karate pose or a whistle at a small girl could be understood now..
(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!!!)
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.
when i was smaller i thought that the whole was watching me.i used to avoid all the windows in my house because i thought there were people looking through them all the time, watching me.so i used go around the house by ducking as i went past a window.and sometimes when i was feeling extra paranoid i would hide in my closet.
I thought that there were microphones in TV's and when you would hear people laughing during sitcoms, it was other people who were watching the show. I would yell into the TV and try to get the other people to hear me.
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.
A few years ago, i used to believe that if you had posters on your bedroom wall, the people on the posters where watching you and there where cameras in their eyes. Some times i still feel as if thats true.
I used to believe that my teddies and stuffed toys had camera's hidden behind there eyes and that the Alien's and secret agencies were spying on me. Talk about paranoid.
when i was little, i believed that my life was a TV show watched by aliens or giants.
i used to think that there was a man in the t.v that usd to shoot u if u sed that a programme was rubbish so one day i treid it out and it was fake.
When I was little, I believed that, on Earth, we were living in some type of experimental world...like we were traped in a cage and being observed by someone-possibly aliens. I tried to figure out what E.A.R.T.H. stood for as if it was the name of some big top secret experiment. I thought that there were cameras EVERWHERE! I thought they were behind every mirror, in the ceiling, in closets, behind chalkboards, in street lamps and traffic lights, in trees, by windows, in cars, in pictures, in clocks, in floors and sidewalks....even in bathrooms! I was horrified at the thought! I was always trying to hide from the cameras.
For the longest time, I believed that some people I knew had cameras in every mirror. My closet door has a huge mirror. For the longest time I changed in my sister's room so they couldn't see me naked.
when I was younger we moved into the house I live in now. we weren't the first family to live in this house, and I thought that the two kids that lived in the house before me had put cameras in my room and the bathroom and I thought they were looking at me. I don't know why I thought this. hahaha.
Around age five I started to think about why it was we watched little people on the t.v., so finally just to clear things up I had to ask if we were being watched some where on someone's t.v., always freaked me out when going to the bathroom to think I was on someones television.
i used to believe people were secretly watching me and all my friends were just sent to make me happy or sad because every time i started watching or listening to something everybody else would too
When I was younger, I believed that there were people with video camera hiding in places and filming everything they saw, and that was what TV and movies were. I also thought that cartoons were real, and wondered how they got their eyes to bug out so far!
***I used to believe that everytime i had a crush on someone that person would spy on me at my house so when i got dressed or undressed ui would try to cover myself as well as i could. i guess i was just perinoid*
When i was in my early teens, after watching so many action movies do to with spies, secret agents and crimials. my over active imagination made me to believe that my house was bugged, that there where cameras in the mirrors and speakers recording throughout the radios, tv and phonelines. This really freaked me out that i have never gotten over this possibility and still to this day believe in this.