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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.
I used to think that the characters in the simpsons were yellow because the creator didn't have any skin coloured markers when the first episodes were made. Maybe it's true!
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!
i used to think that the people in movies were drwan and was amazed at how good they were at drawing them so good.
I used to believe that the "invisible" or "clear" paint used in cartoons exsisted. (you know the paint the charaters would use to be invisible and then foil the plan on the vilian or hide)
When I was very little, I was outside laying in the grass with my younger sister, and my babysitter's daughter (who was older than us) pointed up at the sky to show us these beams of light magically darting around the sky (or, to us adults, those huge, powerful moving spotlights that people shine into the sky in front of big events and openings and such). She told us that they were the beams that the Care Bears shot out of there tummies - when they would yell out "Care Bears stare!" in the cartoon - that helped people. For a long time, whenever I saw them they would make me happy because I thought it meant that the Care Bears were helping somebody.
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.
I flew on a plane to Las Vegas when I was 8. The clouds were so fluffy and white and close that I looked for the Care Bears and their rainbows.
When I was little I used to watch this cartoon movie called "The Hobbit" (you know lord of the rings) and I used to call Gollum "Green Guy" and I was so scared of him and thought if I wore a ring he would come after me and rip my finger off. Then when the 1st lord of the rings movie came out when I was about 15(A good 9 or 10 years after I saw the cartoon) and went to see it with my friend and I had no Idea that it was in anyway realted to that movie I used to watch. But when I heard Gollum say "My precious" I screamed out "OMG That's the green guy!!" And I was so thrilled that I remembered the movie. Now anyone who has seen the LOTR calls him green guy as well. lol
i have always gotten my dreams and reality messed up. for the longest time i believed i had made out with eric from the little mermaid in the back of my dads truck, i always looked out the window to see if he came back for me :( i was like 5
When I was a kid, long before computer animation (I'm 40, it's 2002), I thought that cartoons were people dressed up in costumes. Moving drawings? NO WAY!
Still get creeped out by them, I once was scared that the Care Bears would come down and use their mind control tummy rays to make me care about stuff I didn't want to care about.
One of my favourite cartoons when I was little was called Willy Fogg. It was about a lion who had to travel around the wrold in 80 days. Story sound familiar?
This cartoon really confused me though because whenever I heard a reference to Phileas Fogg, I thought they were talking about the lion! For years I didn't realise that Phileas Fogg was a person.
I used to believe that Hanna Barbara was a lady (instead the last names of the creators). I was like, she is really smart and rich!!
I used to believe thanks to Tom and Jerry that if you blow on your thumb hard enough then your hand would turn into a huge fist that would pummel anyone that made you mad. I still find my self blowing on my thumb when im in my room in a bad mood.
When I first saw TMNT, I was still a toddler when the first animated series became popular, I thought April's name was "Apron".
When "Rugrats" was new I used to believe the voice actresses, especially E.G. Daily for some reason, were actual babies. Imagine my surprise when I learned they were women in their 30's. Now I a big fan of Ms. Daily.
I used to beleive that the red and green buoys in the river was the little mermaid. The red one: her hair, and the green one her fin.
When I was three or four, I believed I was going out with Simon from Alvin and the Chipmunks. I made pictures and everything. Now whenever my mom tells the stories I get disturbed at the thought of dating a humanoid shipmunk. o.O
I used to believe that people had outlines like cartoons. I got this idea from looking at Snoopy. Sometimes I would hold my hands up in front of a wall, concentrate hard, and try to see my "black lines." (And I was so pleased when I was finally successful.)