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i remember telling my mother one day when we were swimming in a lake that i thought it was so cool how water goes through you. lol she explained to me that it actually goes AROUND you. i was sorta bummed, i thought it was washing me inside and out. lol
When I was about four, I took my first trip to the petrifying fountain in Knaresborough. There were quite a few small teddy bears in the fountain, turned to stone. I didn't realise that this wasn't NORMAL water, so I thought that if I were to get my favourite teddy wet, it would turn to stone.
i used to believe that salt in the ocean got deposited there by humans. and i pictured scuba divers shaking salt shakers under the sea.
I grew up in South Florida, and naturally, spending time on the beach was a frequent past time. The vastness of the ocean always fascinated me and trying to wrap my young mind around it led to some crazy thoughts.
The one I'll never forget is when I was probably 8 or 9, and I said something to the effect of "It must really stink for those people on the other side of the ocean where the waves go out instead of coming in." Once my family members stopped laughing, I learned the truth about waves.
when i was i guess 5 or 6 i believed that when we went to the beach in gulf shores alabama, there was this guy named johnny that made the waves from a computer now johnnys waves were always the good ones and sometimes his brothers bill or another sibling would get on and mess things up and they made the crappy waves so everytime a good wave came me my brother and my moms friends 2 boys would say thatnks johnny!
im not sure where it came from maybe watching too much johnny quest on cartoon network when i got up in the morning to go 2 kindergarden not sure
I used to beleive when I was younger that the reason the water did'nt fall out of the oceans when the earth "turned" was because all of the oceans were covered in seran wrap, but it was a sepical kind that only you could see from space, so thats why you could still go swimming.
I used to tell my little sister (when she was about 3) that she would get sucked down the drain of the bath tub. She would stay at the far end of the tub and cry the whole time. My mother always wondered why Chloe was afraid of the bath tub and the deep end of the pool. I thought this was sooo funny. I just told mom the reason for her fear recently and Chloe is now 15, luckily she found out on her own that she was perfectly safe near a drain.
when i was a child,my mum said that dont play under the rain. because you will sick .I belief that it would be floot so i'm going to drown. but now i was 16yrs, i know there wouldn't any floot of water.
i used to believe that all rivers and seas etc were filled up by giant taps in the morning and at night someone would come and pull the plug out so they could be filled up fresh again in the morning! one yr we went to the seaside and i stepped into the freezing sea and shouted "they should have run some warm water shouldnt they?" to my parents. they have NEVER let me forget this.
My grandfather told me that the foam at the edge of the ocean would suck you in if you got too close. Said a little boy was grabbed before his mom could reach him and was never found again. I believed it for the longest time and refused to go near the foam.
I used to believe that if I could make the ocean angry then it would make bigger waves, so when I was little I used to insult it and call it names and throw sand into the waves to make it mad
i used to think that the sea was the same texture and consistancy as jelly , this was disproved one day i was taken to saltcoats seaside resort (if u can call it that) when i was 3 or 4 years old, i couldnt wait to jump onto the jelly and bounce about all over the place, so i ran as fast as i could and jumped in, i vividly remember the shock and confusion i felt as the freezing salty seawater enveloped me and my dad dragged me out coughing and spluttering and crying my eyes out, i remember him pissing himself laughing along with my mother, but once i was dried off and stuffed full of chips i soon got over it.
When I was little and swimming in the ocean on family vacations, my mom would always shriek "Watch out for the undertow! The undertow!" Constantly. I used to believe there was this giant toe living under water, with teeth where the nail should be, that would eat you if you went too far out.I still see that scary toe in my dreams!
i used to believe that any water whatsoever on a boat would make it sink.
When I was about 5 or 6 I asked my mom why was the sky blue, she told me it was because the sea would reflect on it, I belived it until I was like 11!
Long after I learned that in NATURAL streams water always flows downhill and never uphill, I still thought that when I saw artificial drainage ditches alongside roads, the water in them would flow the same direction all along a given road. So anytime a road went alternately uphill and down, I thought water in the ditches alongside had to somehow flow uphill part of the time to maintain its flow parallel to the road.
When I was young I used to believe that thee white foam on crashing waves was actually the white manes of unicorns.
When i was about 6 i went on a trip with my school to a water cleansing factory, we were then told how the water was cleansed and that we could be drinking water which dinosours had 'pee'd' in it and i was drinking their urine! I didn't drink water for a long time after that, i stuck to fizzy bottled pop...
Once my mom put a cup of iced water on the table. Due to a process that we all know now, there was some water around and under the cup. My four-year-old sister pointed to it and said," Mum! the cup's melting!"
when i was little i believed that if you got your clothes wet then you ruined them. i would lways fear of walking in the rain. and oh gosh! AVOID SPRINKLERS!!