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i used to believe when i was a little girl that there were little people in the television and radio and i once tried to open up the tv to check. i got caught and my mum totally freaked!!
When I was a kid, i used to think that when I saw people on tv they were actually in the tv. I took the back of once to see if Batman was inside.
i have a friend how thought that news people from television really live in one, so every night whan were news he sit down really quietly and stare at television frightened .
As a kid, I believed, like many other kids do, that tv's really had the people inside. I also believed that when you sent a fax, the paper actually went through the wire lol, instead of being printed into the other machine, and one other belief was that the vintage times really were in black and white, instead of just photos.
I used to believe the people I saw on TV lived inside it and the could really see you.
I used to believe that people on the T.V got into the T.V set to speak
I used to think that every time a show came on tv, that the actors were inside my tv acting out the show.
when I was child I thought that the actors were within of the T.V set and that if I broke the screen they were going to leave...
I used to believe people lived in the tv. So when I was watching a movie or a tv show, I thought it was another reality coming from inside the TV. I also thought if you tried hard enough, you would get sucked into the "TV dimension". I had a crush on the character (played by Crispin Glover) George Mcfly (the young one from the 1950's) from Back to the Future, and tried to jump into the tv, but it never worked. Then one day I saw a billboard for Micheal. J. Fox's Spin City, and reliezed that people do not live in the Tv, and that they are real people.
When I was 5, I thought that the Sesame Street TV show was actually a real world taking place inside the TV, and that all I had to do to get to Sesame Street was go through the TV screen. Needless to say, my mother was not too happy about me breaking the screen of our only TV set with a hammer so that I could join my Sesame Street pals!
I used to believe there was people doing the shows inside the TV and when I was eating i put some crumbs underneath the TV for them to eat.
When i was little I thought the people on TV were actually IN the tv and if you opened the back of the set you would see the small people who lived inside.
That little people lived in the television, and they would act out stuff whenever we wanted. I used to stick my fingers in the vents in back of the T.V. to try and grab them...
When I was little I used to believe that People lived inside television sets and radios,and i used to wonder about what they did when I turned the TV or the Radio off.
that people who were on the TV where actually inside of the television! and that if i smashed the screen i would end up where they were as there was no way i could end up anywhere else
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.
when i was about 4 or 5 years old i used to beleive the tv had people in it and thats how shows were made.
I used to believe that little people lived in the telly and that they waited day and night for us to turn on the tv or watch a video and then perform as if they were in a stage show.
when I was little, I used to believe the poeple could come out of the television.
When I was 4, I thought the person on TV was really in the TV set.