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I used to believe that if you were watching TV and jumped into the screen you would land inside the TV and be part of what was going on in there!

Anon
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when i was little i thought that the tv brodcasters would come to your house and ask you what show you were watching

how lame

max
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I used to belevie that the people in the television could hear you, cause my grandpa would always shout at the tv when the Yankees lost a game.
I would always shout at the tv, but noone ever talked bsck.
i guess that had a negative influence on me...........

BlueGal108
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i thought there was a door in the back of the tv and if you wanted to be on tv you just walk in

fred
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My boyfriend used to believe that the canned laughter on sitcoms was actually the laughter of people who were watching the program in there own homes. consequently, he'd try and make the most obnoxious noises possible, in hopes that's he'd be audible in other households !

petronella
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When I was younger I thought that after I went to sleep the TV wouldn't be on anymore like there just wouldn't be any shows on just static.

Anon
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I was absolutely convinced that anything I saw on the television was all live and happening at that second and were all performing for me at that moment. Repeats didn't come into the equation...

Scattycatty
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When I was little,I used to think the TV stopped when I went to bed. I figured it all faded to white.

Sharon
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top belief!

I was SO proud of myself when I was actually able to use the TV remote! All I did for hours at a time was change the channels (it was actually really fun then) and watch the commercials.
One day, I saw the end of the Rescue Heroes comercial. I thought that instead of,
'Rescue Heroes! They always save the day!' that it said,.
'Superman can always save the day!'
My first thoughts were Well DUH! but then I actually started believing in Superman. I would jump of the three foot ledge at the edge of our property repetitively, thinking that Superman would save me.
He always did, of course. I just couldn't see him.

Marshmello Da Strawberry Cow
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When I younger whenever people on tv would talk in a foreign language on the news or something, I didnt realize that the person talking in english was actually translating what the other person was saying. I'd always get so upset with the tv thinking that someone was trying to interupt whoever was talking.

too many voices
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i used to believe that if i was watching a cartoon on telly and went off for my dinner that when i came back and turned the telly back on the cartoon would carry on from where i had left it. the same applied for anything on telly.

mike
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I used to believe 'To Be Announced' was a real TV show. I'd read it in the TV guide, flip to the channel and wonder why they never did show it. I believed it until I was 17 or 18, when I asked my mom about it.

Remy's Girl
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When i was little when there was a t.v. contest thing it always said, thousands will enter, few will win." Well I always thought it said, " Thousands will enter, you will win." So I always thought I was so smart cam up with a remark like, "Well what if I don't enter? Then I can't win"

~Cucumber~
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As a child I used to believe all actors on tv were puppets and had lollypop sticks stuck to their heads moving them around. Then I wondered how they did that when their body wasn't the full height of the tv screen.

Chel*c
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I thought that if you broke your tv, all the actors and characters and everything would come running out through your tv, and i wanted to break it so bad beacuse i wanted to meet big bird!

Laura
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I used to believe that you could talk to the people on tv and that they would talk back. I am a basketball fan so when I was younger I would always yell at the players thinking that they could hear me and learn from their mistakes.

Underrated
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When I was in pre school I used to believe that if I watched to much tv then my eyes would turn square and pop half way out of my head.

~Cucumber~
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I ues to believe that if I broke th TV the people would jump out and try to catch me.

Lazyj (K)
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I was exposed to violent movies at a young age so whenever someone would get shot, I thought that somekind of magic poison blood would come out of the gun and kill the person... nice thought for a 5 year old,huh?

Danielle
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I used to believe that if I broke the glass on the tv screen, I could go into the tv show...

Karyne
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