I thought Full Metal Jacket had something to do with Fullmetal Alchemist. I thought it might have been some kind of silly spinoff.
I used to think that an “unrated” or “not rated” DVD was always some sort of ultra-adult edition of whatever it was. So when I saw several DVDs that were simultaneously advertised as “perfect for preschoolers” and “not rated” at the same time, I was confused and thought there was some kind of error.
Someone I know IRL used to believe that Goofy (Mickey Mouse's friend) was a walrus
I Used To Believe In Superheroes, I Used To Tell My Parents I Wanted To be One, Also Used To Think Pirates Were Fun/Cool I Wanted To Be One They Talked To Me About Both Those Situations
I used to believe all animated movies were real. And people followed the animated characters around with cameras recording them. I used to wonder why they didn't help the animated animals out of the fires and stuff. I also wondered why none of the people recording got injured.
I thought that the show Beavis and Butthead was called Penis and Butthead.
When I was 6 years old, I used to think that the cartoons were real life character that had crazy adventures and they were immortals because even if they died, they could be alive in the next episode and I thought how funny could be go there with them
I didn't used to believe that cartoons were so difficult to do.
I used to believe that diseases were little things
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.
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
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.
My cousin thought the Smurfs really existed.
I thought Kaa's name from The Jungle Book was spelled "Car" and that he had a brother named Truck.
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
I used to believe that Mowgli from Disney's The Jungle Book was a girl, because he had long hair just like my sister.
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.
I believe I can fly when I watched cartoons at my
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!".
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.
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!