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i used to think if i smashed the tv screen the caracters would come out.
When I was little, I thought that the people on TV actually lived in the TV. I thought if you smashed the TV screen, there would be people in there.
I used to believe everything seen on the TV(television) was actually inside the TV and I could get them all by simply opening the TV.
When I was little I always thought that people lived in the tv, and thats how we saw shows. Whenever there was someone on tv that I liked a lot I would sit behind the tv for HOURS looking for the door to their little home......I never found it so I thought they didn't like me, lol, I was a very damaged little girl, lol.
I used to wonder how people were small enough to fit into the TV.
I USED TO THINK PEOPLE LIVED IN THE T.V
As a child , I thought that if you smashed the TV screen, the people would come out to meet you.
The logic of a child....eh!
When i was little i used to think people lived in the TV, and they couldnt come out. I couldn't figure out how they got inside!
i used to believe that there were little midgets in the TV acting out the TV shows, and they had a little ladder to get in and out.
i also used to believe that there was a tiny little man in the printer who wrote out whatever u were printing really fast.
When I was a young kid I believed that there were small people inside the tv. I made the mistake of telling this to my older brother who then told me that all the people on the tv shows were in the tv and sometimes at night they came into the house to suck the breath out of sleeping people. I didn't sleep well until he finally admitted he lied.
Ate age 3 (in order to turn off the TV and go to sleep) my dad told me that the little people inside the box were "dead tired" and that I was being a bad boy for making them perform for me for so long...took me a while to watch TV without guilt.
I beleived that a TV worked by having small people inside the box, and that what they were doing was projected up onto the screen. I thought these small people lived in everybodies TV and there life consisted ov constantly giving us occular pleasure and confined to TVs AND only being about 5mm tall. Bless them working their socks off.
I use to believe (when he was younger) that there were little people inside the TV , so he he tried to feed them by putting pizza on the TV screen and trying to put it into the VCR.
i believed that everyone you saw on the telly were actually inside it.... i used to rack my brains on where their body had gone when you saw a close up!
I used to believe that people lived in the tv, so when they had boxing matches and if they missed and hit the tv, they would come through into our house
I used to believe that the charaacters on each TV show were actually IN the TV, and since I knew all of them so well, they knew me and I was convinced that while I wasn't watching TV, they were all just sitting around on a couch miserable because I wasn't watching me, and they they even occasionally talked about me behind my back :P
I used to believe that people on TV where really small and you could smash your TV and pick out all the small people and have them running about your room
I used to believe that people lived inside the T.V, so every time the T.V was on i would try to get the people out!
I used to believe that there were tiny actors in my t.v. doing the shows. Needless to say, I was confused when I visited some of my friends and they had the same tiny actors in their t.v.s, too. I figured they cloned a whole bunch of tiny actors to get them in all my friends' televisions.
Also, I was very nice to my tiny actors. I would never watch t.v. for too long, and would always turn off the t.v. when I left the room, so that they could get some time to rest. And sometimes I tried to meet them by unscrewing the back of the t.v. My mom didn't appreciate this.
I remember having a sense of deep sympathy for the people inside the tv- I thought they had to really crouch and bend over and turn themselves really small to enter through the screen!