When I was a child I used to believe that inside the radio there were little people singing or talking, and in fact once I dismantled an entire apparatus in search of the little people who spoke.
When I was in school, I used to believe that cowboys were in the radio stations. Radio stations used to present some cowboys series.
When I was a child I used to believe when I listened to the radio that inside it were the people who were speaking and singing. I used to think this way until I was four years old when I began to realize that I was wrong, which is why every time I remember I laugh.
Because of a dream, when I was five I thought that if I unplugged the radio while it was playing a CD, it would make a horrible noise and then the house would explode. Dad told me it wasn't true, but I was a bit suspicious of radios for a few days after that.
When I first heard about "Adult Top 40" music, I thought it was a type of music only adults were allowed to listen to, because each song would have 40 bad words in it.
When I was little I thought that when you were listening to the radio, that the band was performing the song at the radio station.
I used to think there were tiny people inside the radio. I imagined a whole house decorated inside with tiny furniture. I would knock and ask them to come out. They never did.
I used to believe when I was 9, that when I listened the radio, singers sang in the same time.
I used to believe that my grand-mother was always old.
I used to believe that when you listened to the radio in the car, the band you were listening to were shrunken down and preformed behind the speakers.
When I was about 4 or 5, I used to believe that musicians lined up at the radio station and performed their songs live each time I heard them on the air.
My dad convinced me, when I was a little kid, that if you turned the volume up to full on any sound system it would explode. A belief I carried into my late teens.
I used to believe that the song "Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer" was true, and I would get upset when I would hear the song.
I used to believe that when a song came on the car radio, the band was sitting on top of our van.
When i was little i used to believe that every time i heard a song on the radio it was the artist actually singing it live on the air.
When I was little I believed that when they played a song on the radio the performers were actually at the radio station singing and when I turned up the volume they had to sing louder.
I used to believe that bands lined up all day at radio stations to play one song...then they would pack up and move to another station...they would do this all day everyday.
I was a navy brat that had to move around a lot. We were in and out of the country every 6 months. I used to believe that the AM dial on my radio was for American Music and the FM was for Foreign Music
I was always amazed when radio DJ's would say "You're listening to 93.7(or any other station)" I would be like "How do they know that?!"
When i was little i used to think that when a song was playing on the radio the people that sang it were actually in the radio
when i was 4 or 5 years old i regularly used to listen programmes which came on radio, one very funny thing about the speaker inside that instrument i believed that whoever the people are speaking on the radio they are just sitting inside the speaker and i often used to abuse them loudly when they did not respond to me for what i ordered them to speak to.