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when we were getting dressed in the morning for school, i would hide behind the couch because i was sure mr. peppermint on the tv could see me undressing.
I had a similar experience as another poster here. I was watching Sesame Street back when nobody but Big Bird (and us kids) believed in Mr. Snuffalupagus. Well, he was walking right behind Gordon once and I shouted out "he's right behind you!!!". Gordon turned to the camera (me) and replied, "did you say 'he's right behind me?''" From that day forward I never sat in front of the TV in my underwear again.
when i was about 5 or 6 i thought sombody was watching me on t.v like i was watching them.
I used to believe that newscasters were in my television and that they could see me, because their eyes followed me everywhere.
When I was little I used to think that people on the TV could actually see me!
I used to believe that since I could see the people on television they could see me too so I always made sure to act appropriately so that no "star" would see me being bad.
when i was young i belived that when i was watching television that the people on t.v. could look through the screen and look back at me
When I was 3 or 4, I remember thinking that when I sat watching TV, the actors/actresses or cartoon characters could see me too! So there I sat, furiusly waving at Yogi Bear, wondering all the while why he was so rude not to wave back! This dumb idea stuck in my head for a few years more, because I remember vividly running upstairs to my room, getting my prettiest dress on, brushing my hair, and then sitting real pretty and lady-like on the chair so Dr. Gannon (Chad Everett) would think I was a pretty little girl. Sheesh!
i used to believe that the people on tv could see you. once i waved my hand at a character on sesame and (coincidently or perhaps only in my imagination) they waved back. from that point on, i would always wave at the tv, but the people on tv were always ignoring me, being too busy with their own lives to wave back.
I used to believe that People on TV could actually see me. If I pinched my younger brother or tore my dad's favourite book in front of the TV, the person in it would tell my Ma. So, I was careful that the TV was not on when I wanted to do really naughty stuff,
I used to believe that my friends of school, from their houses, could see me through the TV, like it was a video camera. Weird.
I used to believe that the people inside the television could see you.
I believed that people could see you from tv. So I would stick out my tongue to see if I would get a reaction. But I would get nervous and run from the tv or turn it off quickly.
When I was 6 or 7, I used to think that the newscasters and other people on TV could see me through the screen. It kind of freaked me out, but when I was feeling bold I'd pull up my shirt and flash them. ;-)
when i was younger, my big sister told me that people on tv could see you like we could see them, so i used to go around trying to see if i could see them trying to look at me,and shows like "save by the bell" where "Zack" would call "timeouts" and talk to the camera helped the theory.
I used to believe that the people in the television could actually see you and knew what you were doing too. As a result, I never changed clotes in front of the television. :)
When my mam was a little kid, she would change to get ready for bed in the living room. Her granny always made her get changed behind the couch, in case the newsreader on the TV could see her. And the granny REALLY believed this! "Of course he can see you - at the end of the programme he says 'See you tomorrow' - he wouldn't say that if he couldn't see you"
When I was a kid, I used to think that the newscasters on TV could actually see through the TV, and I would make funny faces to distract them from the news.
i used to believe that the people on TV could see me. i never watched tv without getting dressed first!
I used to believe that people inside the TV could see in to our lounge. It was a device used by my mother to stop me jacking off to late night films and swimwear programmes.
I think it has impeded my emotional and sexual development!