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When i was 7 years old, I used to believe that there was a rabbit in the middle of the moon.
I used to believe that the sun and the moon were one. During the day the moon became the sun. And during the night the sun became the moon.
I used to believe that the sun and the moon were the same thing...just different colors
When I was little i used to believe that shooting stars, could just come down to Earth and kill you, that's why i always refused to watch shooting stars when my family went up to the mountains.
My dad used to believe that God put a blanket over the world at night. The stars are holes in the blanket. I love this image!
When I was about 5, I convinced myself that when I looked up at the sky, I could see the world turning. I think my mother burst my bubble by telling me that what I was seeing was the clouds moving across the sky.
I used to think that astronauts were astrosnorts, which were pigs that flew out of space!
I used to believe that a new sun crossed the sky every day and set down into a pile of old suns just over the big hill to the west. They were left to cool off and then sliced up to make margarine.
I used to believe that a man lived on the moon and he would talk to me when we drove around at night in the car.
Until I was old enough to realize that it was my Mom's voice doing the talking.
When you point at the moon, you will get a cut in your ear
When I was a kid I believed that the man on the moon got there by being a construction worker. He was laying the last brick on a high rise building and a crescent moon came along and hooked him. He stayed up there because he was too scared to tell his boss he dropped the last brick.
Somewhere out there is an unfinished high rise!
In Mexico, the words "rocket" and "fireworks" can be used as synonymous. So, I USED to believe that fireworks could take us to the outer space and in traditional holidays, (where is common use fireworks), I didn't want to go out to celebrate because I was afraid that these "fireworks" take me to outer space and I wouldn't back to my home.
I used to think that Skyscrapers were what made those white streaks in the sky. I never actually saw one launch, though (for OBVIOUS reasons.)
I used to believe that when I saw the clouds moving in the sky, that it was actually the earth moving.
I remember when when I thought that the clouds turned over to make it night outside and the sun turned off, and that was the moon
i used to believe that wishing on a lonely shining star comes true
i used to believe in the expression "once in a blue moon" and that there was really a blue moon that appeared random in the sky
I used to believe that the sky is just a very thin blue egg shell
When I was young I had a plan to shoot big piles of paper up to the sun so it would never burn out.
I thought all the stars in the sky were the angels watching over us.