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I used to be surprised that NARUTO was followed by so many people if it is an anime.

In my world it is difficult to understand what they feel.

CRIS7
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I used to believe Son Goku existed because he has superpower to save the world with his friends (Z Warrior) and fight universe 7 warriors and fight the god of destrutions (hakaishin) of univers 7 and the others universes.

But it was before because I grew up and than it's the fiction/manga of akira toriyama and anime of toei animation
(studio animation japaness)

But when I speak about it , I am nostalgic of my childhood and seeing animation films me makes happy

Anon
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I thought that whenever a cartoon character got amnesia, it was because of Mr. Forgetful from the cartoon "Mr. Men". I thought his amnesia was contagious or something.

Anon
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My cousin thought the Smurfs really existed.

Anon
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I thought Kaa's name from The Jungle Book was spelled "Car" and that he had a brother named Truck.

Anon
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When I was a child I used to believe Pokémons were real because I watched every day on canal 18 it’s gulli but today know Pokemons are not real because they are cartoon characters

Enzo
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I used to believe that Mowgli from Disney's The Jungle Book was a girl, because he had long hair just like my sister.

Anon
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I used to believe that Popeye the Sailor lived inside the power transformer up on the telephone pole. This idea arose from hearing the made-up lyrics that the neighborhood kids sang to the musical theme of Popeye cartoons: "I'm Popeye the sailor man, I live in a GARBAGE CAN, I eat all the worms and I spit out the germs..." Not knowing what the power transformer was, but simply that it resembled the shape of a garbage can, it was obvious to me that Popeye lived inside of it.

DeeDub
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I believe I can fly when I watched cartoons at my
young age

😀😊🙄
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The intro-song to the kids show Kim Possible goes: 'Call me, beep me if ya wanna reach me' and so on, and I believed she would actually come if I called her, so I went to my balcony one day and shouted "KIM POSSIBLE!".

Anon
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My 6 year old nephew used to believe that Tom Kenny had a magic voice because he could laugh very long without stopping in the Spongebob's longest laugh video. He then found out that they just played a recording of him laughing and repeated it several times.

Anon
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I used to think that the characters in the simpsons were yellow because the creator didn't have any skin coloured markers when the first episodes were made. Maybe it's true!

Jennifer
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I used to believe that my parents were undercover superheroes at night!

Anon
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I used to believe that you could become a real Pokemon trainer on your 10th birthday. Being the Pokemon lover I was, I got really excited for my 10th birthday to get my own starter pokemon and pokedex! When i actually turned 10, I got disappointed because I didn't become a real pokemon trainer but I did get a toy pokedex and pokemon figures. It wasn't the same, though.

Landon
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My Sister Zoe Saw The Lion King.
She Said That At Night The Lion Come Out And Sing.
I Told Her It was A Cartoon, But She Still Think That a was Real.

Jason
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My dad used to watch "Davey and Goliath" and he had NO IDEA it was a religious show. He just thought it was just a Sunday cartoon.

Molly
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After My Sister Watched An Episode For Kate And Min Min She Believed That If She Said Her Teddy Bear's Name It Would Come To Life. I Told Her A Just A Cartoon

Jenny
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I used to be skeptical about non-disney fairytale characters, since their name was the same but their appearance was diferent. I didn't know copyrights existed and I wanted all fairytale characters to be homogeneous to Disney's version xD

Iaki
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You know how in kid's magazines they have sections, where they show things kids sent into them, like stories and drawings. I drew a picture, stuck it in the magazine and waited to see if it would be published the next time I opened it.

Anon
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When I was 6 or 7, I grew up in that generation of Dragonball Z and Sailor Moon, so not only did I believe that if you learn martial arts you can utilize flying, and energy blasts, that if you believe hard enough and "train" that when you turn 14, you can become a sailor scout....Also only in japan did Pokmon and Digimon exist (they didn't coexist in the same area however), and you could only receive a partner if you lived there. So my pikachu plush was the closest I got to having a "real" Pokmon. I watched too much TV as a kid lol

CommanderFarron
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