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When I was little I used to believe that when the NPR station said "this program is brought to you by you, our listeners," I thought that they were talking about a kind benefactor named U.R. Listeners who always sponsered public radio.
When I was kid I used to belive that there're tiny people in radio who talk and sing..I was lookng through holes trying to see that people.
I used to believe that songs on the radio were performed by tiny little bands in my trunk. Every single band on Earth was microscopically there, hidden in the thin carpet, and every once in a while they had a chance to perform with their supersonically loud voices.
I used to believe there was a newsreader inside the radio where the light was!!
I used to beleive that there were little people in the radio. So one night I sat up all night waiting for the little people to come out so I could can't them and put them in my doll house. My sister ask me what was I doing and I told her, she told me that there were no people in there and to go to sleep. I went to bed, still defiantly believing that there were people in there, and having a good time to.
I used to believe that there were tiny humans inside the radio. These tiny humans loved music so much that they played and sang all day long, resting only when the tiny human announcer would do the commercial breaks and the news.
i was 12 before i knew there were such things as radio stations. i knew the radio played music but i had no idea how and certainly didn't think there was more than 1 person controlling the whole thing...
I used to believe that the tiny little people that live in radios and record players made to music, and when you turned it off, that was when it was their dinner time
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 i acually though that the people singing were inside the radio so i would always try to look in there and try to see them singing..
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 thought that there were little people in the radio singing songs.I tried to look in and pull the people out.I was afraid that if I turned off the radio I would kill the people and the police would get me.
I used to believe that there was one big man in the radio and another big man in the speaker box and that the big man in the radio would tell small little men something and they would run along the wire and tell the man in the speaker box what to say or sing.
When I was little, I was convinced that musicians lived inside the radio...little versions of them, that is!
I used to believe when I was very very young that the sound coming out of radio sets was made by very tiny little people.Probably tinier than a third of my pinky then.
My older sibling actually did well to enhance that believe.Well,my kid brain used to think there was a whole world in those tiny boxes.Now I know better;)
I use to believe all the people singing on the radio were IN the radio.
My wife believed that there were little tiny people inside the speaker of the hifi that played in a brass band.
When I was a child I thought that the singers was inside of the radio, so I tried to talk to them by the speakers but they never answered me :(
I used to believe when I turn the radio off, it stopped playing until I turned it back on again. And when I turned it back on it would start where it was when I turned it off.
When i was very young in the early fifties I always associated the News with submarines. Around that period there had been some sort of submarine disaster and I must have heard my parents commenting on it.
I misheard on the radio "...and that was a submarine of the news" for "...and that was a SUMMARY of the news."