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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 Pokémon 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" Pokémon. I watched too much TV as a kid lol

CommanderFarron
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I used to believe that the reason the Simpson characters were yellow was because they were made of macaroni and that's why Bart looks wierd. It took awhile but when I saw the Simpsons movie I realized they were people.

Ainion
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When I was 4 my mom told me that Mickey Mouse lived at the top of the water tower in our city.So every time we'd pass by it I yelled "I think I see Mickey Mouse!" and I literally imagined Mickey Mouse was up there waiting to be found by me.

Anon
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my brother told me that cartoons were real people that got surgery to make their eyes big and round and then they were sent to live in the cartoon world for the rest of their lives.

Anon
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Years ago, my brother (5 years old at the time) kicked a mushroom that had been growing in our yard. I told him that he just murdered a bunch of Smurfs. He went crying to my parents about it. We grew up with Smurfs on the Saturday morning cartoons. I always think of the Smurfs when I see a mushroom in my yard.

Anon
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I used to think that cartoons took place all in the same day, that's why the characters never changed their clothes.

x
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I used to believe that the Sailor Soldiers from Sailor Moon were actual sailors, navigating the galaxy in giant ships.

Tia
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After watching several cartoons on TV, I thought you could laugh when someone has an accident.

One day in class, one of my classmates was sitting in his desk and it tipped over and he fell down. I broke out laughing, and I got in big trouble.

Anon
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I believed the mosque down the road was Aladdin's castle, and my mum went along with it to keep me happy.

Elena
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I thought Spongebob Squarepants was a piece of Swiss cheese.

Melanie
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When I was in 6th grade I really liked the show Sailor Moon. However, I was for some reason afraid if people knowed I watched it they would think it was dumb and make fun of me. So I was really scared of people at school finding out and I even had a nightmare that it happened once! Seems kinda silly now...

Nifleheim
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I used to believe that, when people did the voices for cartoons, they did the animation first, and they had to time their speaking just right.

Anon
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During the outro to every Flintstones episode, Fred would leave a bottle or two made out of stone for the milkman, I used to think he was leaving out an antique bottle to catch rain!

GazBevMOO
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I used to believe that when I was in kindergarten, cartoon characters were real. I wanted
to live with them and some characters have power that was awesome.

sue
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When I was in second grade, I saw a cartoon in which the characters dug for treasure in their yard and found some. I thought it was fairly common to find buried treasure. My parents came home to me with a shovel and a hole dug in the yard.

Anon
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i used to think when i watched scooby doo if i turned off the tv when the bad guy was chasing them they would get a break from running and be able to defeat him

chelsea
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I used to think Cartoons were actors that lived ina different dimension. and we could watch each other on tv. and when "Space Jam" came out, i thought there was some break through in science in which we found out how to cross into each others dimensions

Anon
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When I watched TV I used to believe that everything was drawn!
Cartoons were drawn in felt pens and recorded footage was drawn in pencil.

Jason
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I used to think that after it rained if I stepped on a puddle and made footprints scooby-doo would come and follow them as a "clue"

soni
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