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I used to believe that the people who we see in the tv were inside it and I always looked behind the tv yo te and get them out of there.
I used to think that if you broke the TV screen all the pictures would fall out, like, they were all stacked in there somehow.
I used to think that people on tv shows lived inside the tv.
My cousin thought that if you cracked the TV screen all the small people inside would be set free and come out.
I used to believe that I could cut open the television and touch the people there. I used to have such a fascination with hair, that I would tell myself to wait until an actor or an actress with beautiful hair would come in, then I would cut open the television and actually touch their hair.
I used to believe that whenever I put a video in to my TV that all of the characters would have to perform the whole thing again and that their performance would stream directly to my house. I was really impressed that they never forgot their lines or appeared to age.
I am 40 now,but while still a kid,I would think there were actual people ,that is,small people in radio sets.Otherwise,what made radios speak! I figured some sort of specially made people who were chosen to sing,read the news in radio sets and when the radio was quiet,it meant they were tired or fell asleep.
TV had a great power over me. When I was about four years old a program featured a train coming down the track heading straight for me. When it appeared to be too close I jumped out of the way.
Another time I fell in love with the Old Gold cigarette girl who danced in the commercial. I thought about breaking the TV screen so I could jump in and join her. (Never tried it though.)_
I used to believe in the early 1960s that the people on the TV screen lived inside the TV and I would go up to the TV really close and try to talk to them.
I used to think that every time a show came on tv, that the actors were inside my tv acting out the show.
I use to beliee that if someone got shot or lost a limb in a movie they actually did in real life.
i used to believe that if i had a bigger tv, it would allow me to see the sides of the set and what was going on behind the scenes, and also that if i broke the glass of the tv, that i would be able to jump inside and be in whereever the show was playing.. so i would actually chuck stuff at the tv hoping it would break so i could climb inside... i thought this was totally normal.
I used to believe that every time you watched a movie the actors had to be inside your TV acting it out live.
I used to think the people on tv were actually in my tv, like a puppet show. If the volume was too low, I would yell "turn it up!!" into the back of the tv.
I used to believe that millions of tiny people lived in TV and took turns to do their thing in front of a machine which would project them larger on the other side. One day, a TV mechanic ruined my day.
when i was younger i thought that the characters on shows were real people and that they didnt know they were being on a tv...i later found out that those ppl are called actors.
I used to believe that the people on tv lived inside of it. i thought that if i cut it open, then i could go play with them.
I tried to convince my mother numerous times to give me a butter knife so that i could go play with Barney.
When I was younger I used to think that people were actually killed in movies and shows; that they just used criminals that had the death sentence or sick people who were going to die anyways.
When I was 3/4 I LOVED Rafi! I had vhs tapes of him I would watch over and over. I remember once I said to my mom "mom did you know that tapes are just recordings and Rafi doesn't have to come back each time I watch this?!" I thought he was in my TV singing everytime I watched the table.
When I was somewhere between age 4-6 I believed that there are little men sitting inside every speaker that wait for someone to select a song and then play it.