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when i was 4 yrs. old, i thought that there are small people on the television so i was scared when our television was opened for a wiring check. i thought that the bad guys on T.V. will kidnapped me. XD
A friend of my brother & me used to insist that ITV was called BBC3.
Most people in the UK tune this channel to the 3rd preset on their TV, which I guess confused him.
I believed everything I saw on TV. Boy, have I grown up!
When I was a little girl I actually believe that movies were recorded from cameras in the sky, so
I would go around playing like I was in a movie because I really did think there was cameras in the sky.
When I was little there was a hole in the top of my TV and I thought that if I got into it, I would be come part of whatever I was watching so I put my arm in and thought it was part of the Lion King and was really excited. When I realized it didnt work I yelled "BLUE SKIDOO! YOU CAN TOO!" and ran at the TV. After slamming my face into the TV I didn't try again.
I thought that monty python was a person. That's all there is to it. The sad part is I thought that until I was twelve.
I used to believe once someone had been filmed for a tv programme or movie, their image could be manipulated to 'perform' in more tv programmes and films even after they were dead, simply because they had been caught on film once. I had mixed up something my grandmother had told me about television (I was only 8)
When I was about 6 my dad was a presenter on T.V. Whenever his program was on I used to jump and wave and start talking to him! I still do even though I know it's not real!=^-^=
I use to always believe that whenever you saw two people in a movie or on TV kissing, in a sex scene, etc., they had to be related. It would have been wrong if they weren't since then they would have been strangers.
when i was younger i always thought tv was invented when i was born just for me, as a birthday present. which made me question what my parents did for fun before me?
I used to believe that, if you were looking at the tv, and if there was a group of people and the camera was scanning along them, and if it went past someone you thought you knew, you could walk up to the tv and look into the screen sidway's and you would see them... teeheehee!
I used to believe that by simply writing the name of a movie on the white box on video cassettes, it would automatically be the movie.
When I was a little I thought TV was full of tiny books and we would watch one every day
When I was around eight, I believed that all of the television channels existed inside the TV set like pages in a book, and if you flipped between them you were flipping the pages.
When I was a child, I used to believe a little person lived on my TV. And I wanted to have one.
My mom and I were watching country music videos when I was little. Hank Williams JR. cussed in a song, and I walked up to the TV and started hitting the screen. I thought he was inside the TV, and I was giving him a spanking for cussing.
I used to believe that if I threw a tennis ball at my Tv screen it would break it and I could crawl inside and go into my favourite tv show and be part of it, playing with the characters and everything.
When we were younger, both my sister and I thought that Mr. T. was saying "I'm pinny the po fu. Don't eat my cereal". He was not saying that, rather he was saying "I pity the poor fool who don't eat my cereal."
I used to believe that when I watched TV, people were in there acting stuff out.
I used to believe that Wombles (from the show 'Wombles of Wimbledon Common' - all you Brits should be familiar!) were real.
Now, I was a smart kid; I didn't think that Wombles really went around in clothes and talked and so on. But I thought that they were real creatures on which the show had been based.
We lived in Wimbledon at the time, and my mum would often take me to the Common to look for 'Wombles'. She was of course just playing along with the belief that real Wombles in clothes and hats were cleaning up the park. However, I was deadly serious about finding a 'real' Womble, which I imagined was a small scurrying mammal.
My mum was very amused when, at 18, I was talking about how we'd never seen an actual Womble at the Common in all those years. I was actually pretty saddened to learn there was no such thing.