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My mother told me that thunder was the sound of the giants bowling. If you listen, you can see why I fell for that one.
When I was little I used to think that thunder and lightning was God having a party in heaven with Jesus because they got bored up there. I thought that the thunder was the loud music or someone passing out on the floor, and the lightning was the strobe lights. Boy was I taught to believe wierd things! I suppose it's because my mum thought I was too young to understand science when I was 3 :D
I used to belief that thunder was the clouds bashing against each other. It was when i was 18 i realised this weren't the case.
I used to think that lightening would folow you up the stairs and zap you, and that if you had a cat on your lap during a thunderstorm , the lightening would find you.
To keep me from being afraid of thunder, when I was little my Mom would tell me that it was the sound of God moving furniture around in Heaven.
My husband's mother used to tell him that when it was thundering that was just God moving furniture around his house.
It was obvious, thunder was the sound of God having the coal delivered direct into the coal cellar, and the lightning was sparks being struck off the coalhole cover if the coalman kicked it accidentally.
I used to believe when it thundered that god was moving his furniture around.
When my husband was a little boy, his mum used to tell him that thunder was just God moving the furniture about. Aww!
i believed that thunder and lightning came out of the alley across the street from my house.
When I was really little, my babysitter told me and my brother that when it thundered, God was moving his furniture.
My parents told me that thunder happened because giants were bowling up in the sky and when it thundered it was a strike. When lightning struck, it was their opponents the fairies getting a strike. For years I was worried about giant bowling balls falling out of the sky.
I used to believe that thunder came the handle on my Dad's drill press. I called it the thunderstick. And i also thought that storms were sucked down the storm drain when they were blown out.
When I was younger, my sister told me that thunder storms were just the thunder and lightening shouting to one another; something they had to do, as they lived too far apart to hear each others regular voice!?!
when i was young i was told that thunder represented god moving the chairs about
I used to believe that thunder was caused by giants bowling in the sky.
When i was a child, my father told me that when we were having thunderstorms, it was actually a baseball game in heaven. He said that the thunder was a coach and an umpire arguing and the lightning was cameras.
When we were young, we were quite frightened by thunder. Our mum explained us not to worry, that it was only Jesus who was roller-skating on the clouds... That argument definitely made us smiling during rainy days !
My parents told me during thunderstorms that all the noise was Fred Flintstone bowling. It always made me feel better!
When i was little i was watching a storm out of the window. When my mum asked what i was doing i said of the lightning that God was taking photos of me.