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I used to believe that the newscasters could see me, so I would stick out my tongue at them and try to poke them in the eye.
I thought the people on TV were somehow "in" the TV, and thus could see me, too. As a result, I always made sure to FULLY close the door to our bathroom that was within viewing range of the TV (so they couldn't watch me pee).
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 about 3 I was watching an M&M commercial and I was pickin' my nose, and then it hit me; if I can see them in the TV, they must be able to see me too, I imediatly stopped "digging for gold" and ran to my mom and asked her" can the people in the TV see me too?" she said no so I nran back to the TV and started picking my nose again! :)
Just so you know I dont pick my nose anymore!
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.
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 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.
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 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 used to believe that when you watched the tv, the people on the shows could see you at home through the screen, it took me a while to realise that wasn't the case. Also I used to believe every show was live and nothing was pre-recorded.
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.
When I was little I used to think that people on the TV could actually see me!
I used to believe that the people on TV could see me and I wouldn't do anything rude when I was watching it. I guess I was around 4 or 5.
one evening, when I was in the third or fourht grade me and my grandma were watching one of David Copperfield's magic specials and there came a time in the show when David wanted the audience to put their fingers on the screen and participate in the trick, so I put my finger on the screen, and, having a second thought i removed it and David looked into the camera and said, "no, no, put it back, even though i'm here and you're there, i can see what you're doing." my mouth dropped to the floor and I looked at my grandma and her mouth was hanging open too. true story.
I used to think when I was little the people on tv could see what you were doing. So I'd never get dressed while watching tv or anything.
I used to be scared to go behind the television because I thought the people in the TV were very tiny and acting behind the TV. I thought when the show ended and you changed the channel, they would still be watching. Every...Little...Step!
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. :)
I used to believe that the people inside the television could see you.
When I was a child, I believed that the people on TV could look back into the camera and see everyone that was watching. During the children's learning activities (ie. Sesame Street, Polka Dot Door), I would go out of my way thinking that they would tell my parents if I didn't
When I was about four or five I used to think the weather man could see me from inside the tv. i thought he was really talking to us and i guess that's why i thought he could see what we were doing.