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I remember when I went to Disneyland in Paris, I was 4 and I was extremely excited to see all the Disney characters. I thought they were real, and when I saw them I asked my mom: "If those are the actual Mickey Mouse and Goofy, and Pluto, why are they *always* smiling?" Then (a few years later) I found out that they were just people in costumes. I was so disappointed...
When I was about 5 or 6, I saw a cartoon where the character used an umbrella as a parachute. My older brother said that it was true because it was on tv. He talked me into jumping off my grandma's bird aviary with the umbrella. I wrecked the umbrella and strained my ankle. My brother told me not to tell because I would get in trouble for hurting the umbrella.
When I was little, I used to think you could buy anything you saw on a Cartoon. (I.E. Rainbow Monkeys from KND, et cetera.)
When I was a child I used to belive that the movies of disney were true
when i was about 7...I used to get real mad at Jerry from tom and jerry because tom always got the short end of the stick, so i figured i'd help tom out by prying open the glass tv screen with a butter knife and jumping in to help..... thank god i didn't get zapped!
I was really afraid of Felix the Cat, I even had to go to a psychologist cause I thought he would come out of the tv and kill me
When I was young I loved The Care bears, and I thought that they lived in the clouds, I had never flown before so I wasn’t sure if they did or not, one day my friend went on holiday and when she returned I asked her if she saw any Care bears and she said yes, and went into detail about who she saw in the clouds!
So when I flew for the first time despite being 15 and knowing better I was still looking out for the Care Bears in the clouds.
when i was about 6 i asked my dad if cartoons saw each other as cartoons or as real people like if there world was all ya know..bright and colourful when my dad said they probly dont know that they werent real....i thought that was crazy and that surely they should know what they are. i still thionk about that sometimes lol
When I was quite small (3 - 5) the Bugs Bunny show came on every Saturday morning, with all the Looney tunes characters singing on stage "This is it, hit the lights, this is it, the night of nights. . . " etc....then they come to a part where the music stops and with a drum roll, they introduce "and now, that Oscar winning rabbit, BUGS BUNNY!"
Well, I sure as heck did not know what an Oscar was, but I DID know what a hot dog was and knew the Oscar Meyer Weiner song. I always thought they were saying "That Oscar WEENIE rabbit". I could never figure out why it was so great to be a weenie.
When I was little, like in about 2nd grade I think... my friend and I thought if we actually put Sugar, Spice, and everything nice into a pot and stirred it up, we could really make the Powerpuff Girls. So one night she was spending the night at my house and when my parents went to bed, we took a huge pot out of my cabinet and poured water into it. Then we poured about 5 cups of suger in, and then we took the spices out of the cabinet and shook them all in, and then we didn't really know what to put for "everything nice" so we drew nice things on paper and cut them out and dropped them in there. We mixed it up and my friend goes, "Aw man we're stupid. We forgot the chemical X!!" So.. we didn't really know how to get chemical X... so we put some dark blue food coloring in some water and labeled it "Chemical X." And we put in a drop. So then we mixed it and put it under my bed. The next day we were dissapointed that the powerpuff girls never showed up.Although my friend said it was because my window was open and they probably flew out. [[Also... I kinda forget about the "potion" under my bed. And a few weeks later my mom walked in... "What is that awful smell?!?"]]
When I was in about 4th grade, the best show was Chalkzone, so every day at recess, my WHOLE class drew stuff on the chalk board to send into chalkzone, we even drew the hole and tried to get in!!
that cartoons were filmed live.
I used to hide a dinner knive under a pillow for one week, believing that I could take it, yell "for the honor of Greyskull!!" and be transformed into She-Ra by magical powers... never worked..
I used to believe that animated characters were real people with costumes and things like the Eiffel Tower and Table Mountain, were the real versions but with soft blankets over them.
I used to believe that everything was animated, so when I saw an acting movie, I used to say wow! they are really good drawers!
My favorite show was Sailor Moon when I was little, and I began hoping and hoping she was real. I was old enough to pretty much know, cartoon characters weren't real, but I kinda thought maybe she was. So I remember one night, actually several nights in a row, I left out a note saying "Sailor Moon, if you are real, please leave me something like your transformation brooch or your wand." Needless to say it never happened...much to my disappointment.
WHEN I WAS LITTLE I USED TO THINK THAT THE REASON YOU COULDN'T UNDERSTAND THE TEACHER ON CHARLIE BROWN WAS BECAUSE SHE WAS TALKING IN CURSIVE.
When I was about 4 I used to believe that cartoon characters really existed in real life, and were alive and living somewhere. Like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. And that they were about my height. I especially loved Woody Woodpecker. I made my mother write a letter for me in which I told him I loved him and asked him to marry me.
I used to believe that looney tunes and nickelodeon were interchangeable words that meant the same thing
I used to believe that the town of South Park from the show South Park really exsited. I would always want to go there (cause I lived in Colorado) and meet Kenny (from the show). Now I know that it's based of another town in the SOUTH PARK VALLEY!