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I believed that the song on the radio was somehow tied to your location in the car, so that if you wanted to hear the same song again you could just turn the car around.
as a child of about 5 years old i used to think when listening to the radio and you turned ot off, when you turn it on an hour later, the programmes continued from when you turned it off. i must have been about 7 or 8 before i knew different. the worst thing about this is the fact that i can still remember an arguement regarding this with my best friend. so can he.
when i was a kid i had a small cassette player. i have to say that music was the best thing in the world at that time for me. one day my "magic box" broke. i didn't understand what happened and i thought that if i concentrate hard and ask my player to work again, it would do it for me! but it never did. I tried so hard for a long time...
--I was sure that the sounds coming out of our stereo speakers were made by little men who lived inside the stereo cabinet. i was really excited because I thought the Monkees lived in there. I used to talk to them through the speaker. "I love you Davey. No, I love peter. No wait, Mickey."
When I was in first grade my teacher sent me to another class to get a boombox. I thought that a boombox was a box that would actually say "boom" when you would open it. Boy, was I surprised when it was just a stupid radio.
I use to believe that the voices coming out of a clock radio were actual people living inside the radio. (I watched too much Electric Company)
I used to believe that there were little people in the radio singing.And one day i asked my dad "how did u get a licence to own the little people inthe radio daddy?" and he told me the real thing
I used to believe that when the radio was on it was really just poeple on the roof of our car singing into the wires that connected into our radio and I never saw them because whenever we stopped they threw a rope onto a nearby cloud and floated away
when i was small my mom had this little box radio and whenever the radio came on that the people who were singing had special powers and transmitted from one radio to the next. i actually tried to open it a few times.
i used to believe little people lived in the radio. one day i took my dad's transistor radio to apart - looking for the people. you can imagine dad's face - when i told him the 'little people had run away - after work
When I was yougner and I used to listen to the Top 10 of the radio station, I figured that there was a group of about 10 librarians who came up with the list. I didn't know that you had to call in and everybody's requests were tallied. haha.
That inside the car radio were a quartet of very little men in red-and-white vertical striped suits with straw hats and canes, and they were singing (in harmony) the tunes I was hearing come out of the speaker. They were dancing too, though why I don't know, since I couldn't see them. Sometimes my invisible friend Fudda was one of them.
i used to believe that little people lived in the radio and played the music for us.
My parents had a full-sized van (complete with red shag carpeting!:) we always used for road trips. Whenever the radio was on I would lay in the back watching the speakers convinced I could see the bands playing each song...turns out it was just my reflection.
i used to beleave that when i listend to the radio in the cr i tought there were little people that lived in side my car.
when I was young I use to think that there were little people in the radio with big mouths talking through the radio so then each time my dad turns on the radio i always bring a weapon just in case the little men would come out!
When I was little, my family had a very large, nonfunctioning old radio down in the basement. I was convinced that if we ever got it working again, it would broadcast all the music and shows from the 1930s because that was the era in which it was made and probably last worked. I held the "radio as time capsule" belief for years until I discovered that my mom's transistor radio made in the 60's easily tuned in all the greatest hits of 1983.
My parents used to listen to National Public Radio all the time, and usually the ppl speaking would use their real names rather than radio personalities. There was this one guy, Allan Doud, who did the news in the early 90s, and my brother and I thought he was actually saying, "This is Howlin' Dude, with the news report from such-and-such." I remember the day we told our parents-my mother fell on the kitchen floor laughing and my dad peed his pants while running to the bathroom.
I used to think a little man lived inside the radio. So I would always look into the speaker box to try to find him. I had no idea that these people were actually in a studio.
I used to beleive that little people lived inside the speakers of a radio. I had no idea what a "studio" was until I was 11.(sad huh?)