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When i was little I used to believe the journalists on TV could see me.
When I was about 3, I thought you could poke someone on the TV's eyes out by putting your finger over them. Plus they would shout 'ow'
When i was a kid i use to believe that the people on the TV could see me like i could see them.
When I was little and saw Beauty and the Beast for the first time; and all the household items were laughing at Belle, I thought they were laughing at me through the television screen!
I used to believe that the people who where on tv, could actually see me. At one time I had badly burned my legs on hot water, I was sure that a character on tv could see me. (For the Dutch readers, Meneer de Uil.)
Like many kids, I used to believe that people on the TV could see you. I'd be waving at Blue from Blue's Clues and telling the Power Rangers what to do. And everytime I saw Jim Carrey in the TV, I tried to not laugh, he was my favorite actor and I was afraid that if I'd laugh I'd make him laugh to, ruining his movie.
I used to believe that people on TV could see me in my living room. For example, at the end of the "Ed Sullivan Show," they would bring on all the acts from that night's show, and they would all wave at the camera. I used to wave back because I thought they could see me.
When I was a little boy, I always thought that people on television could see me the same way I could see them. So whenever I would be running around the living room in my scooby doo underwear and my mom would turn on The Price is Right (or some other oddly related show) I would run off and put some clothes on. I just remembered this as I was reading thru some of the other "beliefs", so I gotta good laugh. thx =)
I used to think if I break the TV screen open, I could get in the TV show.
When I was about 3 years old I would never change clothes in front of the TV because I thought the actors on TV could see me undressing!
One day I was watching t.v. and I was sitting really close and my sister told me not to do that because the people have t.v.s in the studio and they're watching me and every other kid that's watching their show and i believed that until I was about 15, and I still catch myself sitting away from the t.v. cause I think if i'm too close they'll judge me
When I was young my mom toold me that the people on the news could see me as well as me being able to see them so if I wasn't on my ver best behavior they would send some one to take me away. Turns out she just wanted to watch the news in peace.
i used to think that when you watched the news, they news anchors could see you too
I used to believe that people on the telly could see us like we could see them!!!
When I was young (5-6), I used to believe that I was being watched through my TV by the actors, so I always hesitated to do anything like adjusting my shirt or harassing my older sister.
I felt that they knew what were watching because they watching us, and that's how they got the ratings of shows.
I used to believe that people on t.v. could see me. Once in awhile, I would flip off Mr. Rogers ( kids show host, make-believe, etc) and then feel guilty. It was always Mr. Rogers, or the weatherman for some reason.
i used to believe that when you watched television, they watched you back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
People in the T.V could see you
I thought that people (or things) on TV could see you. This was confirmed when I was 4 and I was watching KidSongs. The little blue sock puppet guy was choosing someone to sing a song and I happened to be wearing a pink shirt and he goes "You, in the pink shirt!" and so I started singing the song :). Later I tried to convince my dad that the TV people can see you!
When I was little I watched a lot of PBS - Mr. Rogers, Sesame Street, Etc. Everytime they'd interupt a show to do a fundraising drive, I'd yell at the host and make fun of him/her. My mom told me the host could hear me and that I was hurting her feelings. I kept making fun of her anyway, but for a long time I thought that the people on TV actually lived inside the TV and could hear and see me.