I used to believe the fishs are washing clothes under the ship when it moves because of the bubbles
When I was little I used to think that there was gold or some treasure in the river, so when I went out to play I went to the back of my house where a river passed, I carried a cover with small holes and I dressed in shorts and entered the river to see that I found in the water, there was only dirt and garbage, only once did I find a ring.
When i was younger,I used to believe i could see a shark in a pool .
I used to believe that if I wet my legs in the sea I would become a mermaid.
When I was about eight or nine, my grandfather took me to a marina. The sea was so flat that I didn't think it could possibly be water and wanted to walk on it to check. When Grandpa said no, I thought that you had to be older to legally check if something was water or not.
I used to believe that the boats in the ocean could fall if the continued surfing because of the shape of the Earth was round...
When I was a child I was used to putting my tete under the water because I believed that I could breathe under the water.
I used to believe that the red sea was red
As a child I used to think that the sea was infinite.
I used to think that when it rained, god was crying.
I'm not religious but i believed it.
I used to believe that when it rained in my town, it rained everywhere.
When I was a child I used to speak to the sea and I believed it could answer with its waves. So, when it was rough I tried every time to calm it down with compliments and affectionate sentences.
I thought if you stayed in the water (pool, shower, bath etc) too long your hair would turn red like Ariel's from The Little Mermaid.
Our nanny at the kindergarden told me the group's pet, a goldfish will become a shark as we feed it too many times.
I used to believe when it rain that Jesus is crying
When I was younger, I always thought that the name of the ocean was floating in the water, like you see on maps. You know, ATLANTIC OCEAN, in huge letters, anchored to the sea floor, that you can see when you are flying across the oceans. I was a junior in high school when i was set straight.
I used to think "spitting", as in, light rain, was when aliens and or angels spat down on us for the hell of it.
One time when my brother and I went to the beach, he was 7 and I was 5, he swam out really far in the ocean while I was wading in the shallow part. 20 minutes later he came back telling me about the pirates and mermaids he saw and I fully believed him [3
I thought that the sound you hear when you put a seashell to your ear was a "recording" of the sea waves and that after the shell was out of the ocean for the same amount of time that it was originally in the ocean the "recording" would end and the sound would stop.
I thought a tidal wave was acutualy a title wave because if the wave was big enough it had its own title!