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When I was little, I used to believe that when you turned the radio off, if you came back awhile later and turned it back on, the same song would still be playing...
When I was a kid, I listened to the radio alot and believed that there were teeny tiny little people inside the radio singing. I especially amazed me that they know so many songs!
My young daughter believed for several years that the people she heard on the radio were actually IN the radio! She couldn't understand how they got in or out, but she never asked us about it!
My parents had gotten an old radio from my grandmother, which they listened to the oldie stations on. Being the young Sherlock Holmes that I was, I came to the conclusion that it only picked up old radio stations and in order to hear newer music we'd have to buy a newer radio.
i used to believe that whatever song was playing on the radio would also be playing on mtv. I'm not sure why i believed this because no matter how fast i ran inside to catch the end of 'rico suave,' it never seemed to work in my (or gerardo's) favor.
When i was younger, my step father had a very large set of speakers that were almost as big as me for his sterio system. When ever he would listen to the radio, i swore that there were little tiny people that lived in the speakers that would do all the talking, when i asked my step dad about it, he told me that it wasnt true. but all he could was laugh the day i left a sandwidge by the speaker just incase those tiny radio hosts were hungry.
When I was a little kid, I used to think that there were little tiny singers in the radio.
When i little i used to believe that whenever that inside the radio where these little people talking and singing so one time my parents where having a grown up party and they told e to put the news on the radio. So i turn it on and start talking back at what i thought were the little people inside the radio. My parents and all their friends started laughing. it was so embarassing
i used to believe that when you turned the radio off, it would be at the exact same place when you turned it back on. It was kinda like the power button was a pause button. It never seemed to work though...
I used to believe that the radio was a luxury: my mother was the only one who could use it, and I was in a state of shock when I heard the people next to us listening to the exact same station. It took my mom a month to get through my head the the radio was free, and could be publicly accessed at any time.
When I was about four, I believed that inside the radio were several tiny men playing instruments and singing.
When I was little, I thoguht that whenever there was a song playing on the radio, there were little people inside my speakers singing. Almost every day, when the radio was on, I'd stick my face up to the speakers and try to find the little people.
The people talking on my mums radio were actually tiny people inside the radio - one man and one woman it seemed, about 2 inches tall. I couldn't figure out where the music came from, or how they kept so quiet when the radio was switched off.
when i was around 5 years old when some one turned on the stereo that there was little people singing and dancing inside the holes then i would stick my finger inside try to get them
I used to think that musicians were shrunken down and playing inside my radio. I spent a lot of time looking through any cracks or open spaces trying to see them.
I used to believe that the music on the radio stopped when you turned it off. When you turned the radio on again it would be in that same spot of the same song. I never tested this idea (obviously) but merely assumed it to be true.
I used to believe there were little people inside the radio making the music or talking. I figured there had to me more to it when I ran into 2 radios set on the smae station.
I used to think that when you turned off the radio, the song that was playing would come back on and finish when you turned the radio back on.
At one time, I believed that there were tiny people inside the radio that sang all the songs. When my Mom told me that the music came from a radio station, I wondered (1) how they all fit in there at once, and (2) how they got from station to station so fast!
that when the radio played it was really coming from the roof where all the bands lived.