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Occasionally during the late summer there were huge cumulonimbus thunderhead clouds in the sky that formed a fantastic aerial landscape with a terrain like the surface of cauliflower. I thought that if there was only a way to get up there I could bounce and tumble around on top of those clouds the same way I sometimes jumped on my mattress. I remember hunting around outside in the park for the magic beanstalk so I could climb up to those clouds, but sadly I never found the beanstalk anywhere.
When I was a kid I thought that when it rained, it rained all over the world.
I used to believe that German people were called clouds
I used to think an avalanche was a type of bird native to the high mountains
I used to believe a cloud was hard when I little boy. But when I grew up, I soon realized that it was not true. My parents told me that the airplanes were passing through the clouds so I no longer believed it
When it rained, I though that God was sad and he is crying. When there was thunder I thought he was SUPER angry and he was shouting and/or moving furniture in house (heaven) and when there was lightening, I thought he was really really mad and he is shouting so much he is spitting fire
we used to believe that whenever there's a thunder, God and Satan are playing soccer but using a big box instead of a ball
I thought rain was made when God was crying, and wind when God blew on the earth because it was too hot.
I always thought that everytime it got cold or snowed, the plant Neptune came closer to earth.
My sister told me not to touch hail stones because they were radioactive.
When I was a child I used to believe that it was a rainy day and also a sunny day, God was fighting with the Devil
I used to believe that if I dig a very deep hole I arrive in Japan. I also believed that if I made a strange face and the wind hit my face, I would be like this forever.
Sorry if my English is not good, it's because I'm Brazilian.
I used to think that thunder was god bowling, even though i'm not religious
I used to believe that it was possible to jump on the clouds in real life, like in some of the games i played on the computer.
when I was a kid used to believe that the clouds were made of cotton
I used to believe that the four seasons were spring, summer, winter, and ottoman.
When I was a kid I used to believe that if I was on a cloud I colud jump and run in the clouds.
I use to believe when the it thundered outside that's god was angry or when it rain that God was sad and that those were his tears
When I was 4 I believed that when it was reaining it was because someone hurt, and tha sky was very sad.
THE BIG CLOUD
When I was a child of about 8, every afternoon during the Easter holidays I used to go the river bed to play with my brothers and sisters, my mum, my uncle and my cousins. One day I saw a single large, white cloud in the sky and suddenly it started to rain. I had a brilliant idea, ' Let's run to the end of the cloud so it will stop raining!', and my brothers and cousins started to run; but my uncle shouted, 'What are you doing? The end could be in the next town!' We stopped; we could never run that far!