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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!
There was this manhole in the middle of our playground for some reason and me and my friends would stand around it all day long listening for the Ninja Turtles.
That Batman and Darkwing Duck were scary!
When I was really young and I first saw The Simspons on TV, I didn't know that they were supposed to be humans. I thought they were these wierd-looking aliens with yellow skin. When I saw a character with dark skin that wasn't yellow, I thought, "Wow, he actually looks like a normal person. "
I used to believe that to adult person, television news is shown as animated cartoon because my grandfa had always said that news program is much funnier than cartoon film.
Probably until I was about 7 or 8 I thought CareBears really lived in the clouds. My dad would fly 2-3 times a year for his job and every time he was leaving I would ask him to take a picture of the CareBears from the window. Then when he got there he would call and tell me he saw Care-a-lot (where they live). I would get so excited and couldn't wait til he brought home pictures...but there never were any. I never understood why he couldn't just take the picture!
You know how when you press on the outer corners of your eyes, little blue dots appear? I used to think that that meant that I was a Sailor Senshi.
My favorite and most elaborate childhood belief went like this. I knew that cartoons were draw one frame at a time, like in a flipbook. I had also seen famous paintings like the Mona Lisa. I had noticed that those paintings were more realistic than cartoons, and that the figures did not have a clear definite outlines drawn around them, whereas in cartoons they did. So, my childhood belief was that regular movies too were painted one frame at a time, just like cartoons were, but without the cartoony-looking thick outline around the figures. I couldn't wait to grow up so that I could paint my own movies. I don't remember how old I was when I learned or figured out the truth.
When i was about 4 or 5 i got the Aladdin movie. I was so happy I watched it all day everyday. My uncle got tired of it and told me if i closed my eyes at the end of the movie, before the ginie jumped out and said "gotch ya" that he wouldn't say it. So for about a year, everytime I watched it I closed my eyes at the end.
Well win i was 4-7 i thought that cartoons wer real win i asked my dad/mom if they would ever come out of the little box(T.V) they said that cartoons arent real people....it was untill i was like 8 till i figured out that cartoon people arent real but they have real people as ther vocies lol rofl............now im 9 and say CARTOONS ARENT REAL U STUPID 5 YEAR OLDS GEESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I used to believe that cartoons had their own world (I think we all went through that), and that 'assault and battery' was actually 'salt and battery'...lol...like they poured salt on and electricuted someone...lol...
When I was really young, like four or five years old I always wondered how cartoons were made. Then I came up with the notion that they were real people dressed up in funny costumes with intense bright lights on them... my brother said I used to eat paint chips so idk I'm blamin it on that.
When I was little I once was watching Scooby Doo with My Family, On Break It Said To go make Scooby and Shaggy a Sandwich. I really thought that Scooby and Shaggy were going to come wanting a sandwich,so i had my dad make a huge sandwich filling it with things i thought they would like,Boy was i dissapointed and Boy was my dad mad.
I remember thinking that all cartoons where in color even if your TV. was a black and white set. Guess my imagination saw them in color for years
When I was little, and used to watch Pokemon, I really thought they were real. And had so many dreams that I would get Pikachu or Charazard or something... but then my brothers told me that they arefake... I was upset that day....
When you were younger, there was never a "skin-colored" crayon, right? Well, I thought Matt Groening was having the same problem when he created The Simpsons. I contemplated finding one to send to him, but as long as Homer was yellow, someone famous had the same problem I did.
I didn't like being alone :P
I loved the movie Lion King. When the lions would kiss, they licked their heads. (I know it sounds weird) So I figured it was just a form of kissing. I was wrong. I figured it out when I licked my dad on the cheek. You can imagine the rest.
when i was young, i used to watch Popeye. There was one scene where popeye was beaten to a pulp by bruno or bluto or whatever his name was, and was in dire need of spinach.
So when there was this voice bubble above popeye saying "SOS", i immediately thought it was "spinach!...oh spinach!"...
it wasnt until many years later till my cousin corrected me.