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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.
I thought the people on TV could see me and I would never change my clothes or be caught naked in front of a TV that was on.
When I was about ten. I belived that TV characters could see me. I was on my best behavior until my mom told me it wasn't true.
This is a very common belief, but i decided to share it anyway.
I used to believe that when i watched TV, the people on TV were watching me, but it was only in specific shows.
I was alway trying to impress the people on TV.
my sister told me once that people on tv could see you. over here in the UK we used to have a kids segment on the BBC called "cbbc, in the broom cupboard" (something like that) once the presenter at the time, Andy Peters, told the viewers to stop sucking their thumbs and pay attention, my sister happend to be sucking her thumb at the time and scared her whitless... this example of the power of tv stuck with me through my childhood, i was always on my best behaviour whilst watching!
I used to believe that the people on TV could see me. So I would constantly wave to the people determined to get their attention.
I used to believe that the people inside the TV could see me. So everytime i was about to change chothes i would turn off the tv. LOL
Eleven years ago (age 2), I used to believe the people in the television could see me.
I don't know why but I used to think that people on TV could hear you and see you when you watch TV. So whenever I was watching a TV show with people trying to kill each other, I would say "Run!!"...
My cousins used to think that when you were watching tv, the people on tv were watching you, so when a female came on the screen, they wouldn't change in front of them.
When I was about 5 or so, I thought that the people on t.v could see me through the screen.
I used to think that the people on the T.V could see me so I would shut the T.V off before I would get dressed.
When I was fairly little, I was watching a soap opera with my mother. Back then, I used to believe that the actors and actresses could see me, so I'd start waving at the tv and I would try to uphold a conversation with them, and get angry when they didn't respond.
But my mother told me otherwise. Lol.
I used to believe that the people on televsion could see me. When I would be watching T.V. while getting ready for school, I would change clothes in my closet because I was afraid they were watching me...
When i was about 5 i used to think that people on the tv could see what you were doing, one time i had to get changed in the living room cos i was late for my friends party, and i wouldnt get changed because i thought the tv people were watching me, and only got changed when the person was looking away
i used to think that people in the tv could see me...
I used to think people on TV could see mee also. So one day I was watching a PBS science show on which a man was dressed in a rat costume. So I put on my Halloween costume, a cat, and repeatedly hissed at him & would run behind my grandpap's recliner.
I used to belive that the people who was on tv could see me just like I could see them... I never walked past the tv without being dressed, and before my favourite show (starring a boy I had a crush on) I put on a pretty dress and borrowed mum`s lipstick....
I used to believe that people inside the television could see me from the set in my sitting room. One day, someone smiled as they looked at the screen and I thought they were smiling at me.