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when i was little, i thought that with the right tool, you could open up the back of the tv and go inside. i was quite upset when i discovered i couldn't go inside and visit the characters of my favorite shows.
I used to believe that when you turned the TV off ,all the programs would stop. so i would leave the TV on when there was a program i didnt like just because i thought it was the only way to watch the next one.
When I was little, I turned on the TV to find there was no programme on and there was a still image of a little girl playing naughts and crosses on a black board. I didn't know this meant there was nothing on and I thought this little girl was a mean little cow, so I tried to indimidate her by staring her down to make her put the programmes back on! Needless to say I couldn't stare her down...
I used to think that a television show would stop when you turned off the set. This meant you could watch it for a little while, go play, and then pick up where you left off when you returned. I was devastated to learn that life revolves aorund the programming, rather than the programming around life. I never saw the end of that episode of Fraggle Rock...
When I was a kid, I believed our TV received the ‘white shows’, because we were a ‘white family’, and there were ‘black shows’ which were broadcast to the homes of ‘black families’. When we started getting ‘Amos ‘n Andy’, I loved it and thought we were getting to watch one of those other broadcasts.
i used to believe that charactors in movies and t.v were really people i knew dressed up.
When I was little I used to believe that when we watched TV that we were watching in on what was happening in the house next door, and I believed that the house on the end of our street couldnt watch TV because they didnt have a next door neighbor. Gosh I was a loser, lol.
When i was little i used to think people on tv were
stuck in the tv and the button on the tv told them to switch costumes.
Soap Opera's are Soaps that sing Opera to you while you take a bath. Right???
When I was a little kid, I believed that when you saw someone killed on television, that they were actually killed. I thought they just got people who wanted to commit suicide, or people who were sentenced to death for crimes, and put them in the tv show.
I used to believe that if you lay down under the TV and looked up at the screen, you'd see up people's clothing. And I also used to think that at the end of the cookery program, you'd be handed a nice cake to eat through the screen.
i used to believe when my parents recorded something on t.v. that it was also recording the noises we made.so i always sat real quite and a few years later my sister was recording a cassette of the radio and i would walk in and yell nadine sucks! thinking it would record it...and i'd ask her if she ever got a special message adn she'd me like nope
When I was little I believed that when I would turn off the television, the show I had been watching would stop and wait for me to come back. I distinctly remember one time watching a cartoon (I think it was Spiderman) and my mother and I had to leave to run an errand. I stood in front of the TV and instructed the show to wait for me so I could finish watching it when I returned. Imagine my disappointment.
When I was four, I adamantly believed that turning off my television would consequently turn off any other television in the neighborhood.
Needless to say, "Turn the TV off!" was a statement heard often around my house.
When I was little I used to believe that actors and actresses lived inside the VHS tape and I would ask them repeatedly whether they were ready for me to start the tape or not. I assumed that they just acted out the movie whenever I wanted them to.
My Mum and Dad would never let me watch rented videos more than once. They told me that the cassette had a counter in it, which the shop checked and would charge us the fee for each time the video was watched by us.
growing up... i used to think every time we left our home after turning off the tv... i would be able to continue watching where i left off...thinking the power button was a puase button also when playing the radio i thought when batteries went bad the song would still play on radio just only slower lol
I went to my friend's house and they had a VCR. I actually thought it was real-time TV that they had the ability to fast-forward, and rewind if they'd missed a bit. I was devastated when I realised the truth.
Another friend got Teletext and I was absolutely mystified by the prospect of 'reading' your TV whilst the sound played over it. I thought these gadgets must be worth millions and that my parents would NEVER in a million years be able to afford them. We got them about a year later.
whenever people on shows like Barney or something would talk to me when i was little (like "hello, kids! are you ready to have some fun?", i always answered because i didnt want to be rude. even if i didnt feel like it, i would answer. one day, i decided i would be mean and not answer and it came as an incredible disapointment that they couldnt actually hear me.
iused to think that that people in tv would have parties weee little partys when you turn off the tv and iwould turn the tv on fast to see them