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I used to believe that cartoons were actual real life people, places, and things, except, covered in tin foil and painted to render them flat.
i used to think that the people in movies were drwan and was amazed at how good they were at drawing them so good.
When i was younger about 7 I used to watch Sailor Moon and believed that they were real and i could become a sailor scout than a very very close friend died so i had to grow up much faster than kids should have to and than i would see my friend in my dream as a protector of the scouts a half a year later they cancelled the show so i was forced to give up my childish dreams at 7 1/2 years old
I used to think that cartoon characters were people in costumes. I had a terrible time figuring out why my Hallowen costume was different from the cartoons on TV. I also remember wanting to be Ms. Piggy from Muppet Babies when I got older. (I have no idea why).
I used to believe that there were little people inside the tv adn they can come out.Well,I like this one cartoon charector so much I wrote a note (well a piece of paper with scribbles but hey I was young)and asked if the charector will come "Out" and stuck it in the Vcr.Mom was not happy/
When I was little i used to beleive that if cartoons were real, When I saw Roger Rabbit I told my mom that they were real and she said that people draw them and i just said no they are real how do you think in roger rabbit the people and cartoons are together... But now i know otherwise.lol. =)
I used to think it was the greatest coincidence in the world when they would have the Jetsons episode where they traveled back in time and met the Flintstones. "What are the odds of my two favorites cartoons families traveling through time to meet each other?" I thought. It was only later that I realized Hannah Babara was masterminding the whole thing behind the scenes.
I used to think Hannah Barbera was one woman...not two men. I didn't figure it out until I was about 15!
When I was younger I saw a cartoon about how bears have to store up food and water to hibernate for the winter. Since it was near winter time, I figured we had to also and I'd better get started! So I go into the bathroom and drink about 10 dixie cups of water. Then my little sister comes in and asks what I'm doing. I share my plan with her, and she joins in. After about 20 cups, my mom comes in and need I say I had a lot of explaining to do!
As a child, I went to a Montessori school, and I thought that the Flintstones were a "Montessori Family", not a "Modern Stone-Age Family" Whenever I see a field-trip from a Montessori school, I tell them this, and they have a good laugh about it.
I made up a theory when I was about 5, that every night when I was asleep, all the cartoon characters that I would watch on TV the next day would sneak into the house and climb into the back of the TV before I got up the next morning.
I didn't really believe it was true. I wonder why I made up this 'theory'?
Until quite recently I thought that all cartoons were made by drawing the same picture over and over and the pictures then being flicked in front of a camera, like the flickbooks you make in school. I imagined a poor, underpaid Korean man (for some reason exploited workers were Korean) standing in front a camera and flicking thousands and thousands of pictures.
I once was absolutely terrified of steam or any other white gas. This was because i'd seen a halloween special of the simpsons. At the end it showed the family getting turned inside out by a mysterious fog. They then started dancing around and singing.
I didn't want to join a freak show!
When I was really little I thought that if I dug deep enough, I could dig to China. I also thought that the Looney Toons lived in the center of the Earth, so they would be there to meet me halfway to China!
I believed that if I was in a car accident, I couldn't be harmed because cartoon characters would fly down out of the sky and save me! After all, they weren't confined to time and space were they?
I never understood the "D" in Disney, the one that's supposed to be like Walt Disney's signature. I thought it looked like a funky Q, or some wierd symbol. I only realized it was supposed to be a D about 8 months ago, me being 14.
I used to watch the Archie Cartoon Variety Hour or something like that and it showed cartoon Archie characters on stage in front of a live audience of real children.
I begged my mom to try to get me tickets to that show. She'd just smile, and never told me it was impossible.
when i was 4 of 5 i thought that the Simpsons were supost to be animals, not humans (yellow skin, four fingers...) so i got really confused when Marge described Homer as a "human being" in one episode.
when i was younger watching the Ren and Stimpy Show, i didn't think that Ren was a dog or Stimpy was a cat....i thought they were something else. even when Stimpy was in the cat litter i wasn't convinced
As a small child, I knew that there was a difference between cartoons and live action television, but I didn't know what it was. I was always troubled by the fact that no matter how fast I ran, I couldn't make my legs go in a full circle like they did when the characters ran on Scooby Doo. It never occurred to me that it couldn't be done.