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A girlfriend of mine believed all the way up until high school that Piglet from Winnie the Pooh was a girl. She was heartbroken when she found out the truth because everything she thought she knew about Piglet was wrong.
After watching "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" I thought that cartoon characters were just people in cartoon costumes.
I used to believe that if i somehow figured out how to cut a hole in the TV while cartoons were on I would be able to reach my hand through (or maybe just step in if the hole was big enough) that I would turn into a cartoon.
When I was little, the cartoons would sometimes show the characters sneezing because of breathing pepper that was in the air. I tried it myself by inhaling some to see if it would work. I spent the next 30 minutes with a wet towel up my nose because of the stinging. And no, I never sneezed.
I thought that cartoon characters were actually real people and that it was some sort of camera trick to change them into cartoon form on the television. So I truely thought that Fred and Wilma Flinstone were just some actors performing in front of a live studio audience.
I used to believe that Jane Jetson was supposed to be an alien. After all, she had those weird musk-ox-like horns!
I didn't realize until I was about 28 that those "horns" were just supposed to be her hair. Duh.
She was WAY more interesting when she was an alien!
I used to believe that the people who "colored" The Simpsons ran out of skin-toned crayons.
I used to believe cartoon characters were real. I was excited to see Woodywood Pecker at universal studios in Hollywood. When I saw that it was just some dude in a costume, I became real depressed. I was about 6.
I used to believe that Casper the Friendly Ghost lived in my dad's car.
this belief is not mine but my sisters (she is 5) when she discovered that our mom was cooking lasagna,she said "yuck, im not eating cat food!" when asked why she reffered to a Garfield movie she had watched !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
When I was little, I used to watch "Underdog", and on that cartoon was a character named Polly Purebred. Being around five years old, I had no idea what a pure bred dog was, and thought that it was weird that Polly Purebred was named after some kind fancy bread.
I used to believe that cartoons were filmed live action by tiny tiny people that lived in the carpet.
i used to beleive that this cartoon i loved to watch was real, and one night i had a dream that i was in the cartoon with all the characters and for weeks after that dream i actually felt sad because i wanted to live with those characters.
I used to believe Superman flew because in the movie, he was flying.
I used to think that cartoon characters were just people wearing costumes. So one day I asked my older sister what she would do if she met one of the characters from a show we watched. She just laughed at me, and explained that they were drawings.
I used to believe that cartoons were actually real, and that there was this fantastical city filled with cartoon characters. I would beg and plead for my parents to take me there because it was my dream to meet Scrooge McDuck. Mainly because I wanted to swim in his coin pool. Might I add, the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit didn't help me to shake this belief either.
When I was little I was convinced there were two worlds- one of "regular" people, like me, and one of the cartoon people. I would watch cartoons on tv and think that the characters were alive and acting just as regular people do. I always wanted to know where they lived and how to gain access to this cartoon world.
I was about 6 when they came out with "As told by Ginger". I would watch it all the time, but in secret. This was because it had the rating TVY7 and I thought because I was only 6, it was illegal for me to watch. I would lock my door and keep the volume low and hide under the blankets. When my mom found me and asked "What are you doing?" I said please don't tell on me! Don't call the police, cause I'm breaking the law! She asked me why I'm breaking the law and I told her. She burst out laughing.
When I was about 4 or 5, I had this crush on Max from The Goofy Movie.
I would draw pictures and watch the movie ALL the time.
I still wonder why I had a crush on a cartoon character.
I thought cartoons were real, I remember asking my mom why there were lines around the "actors" in a cartoon.