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I used to believe that clouds were made from the exhaust from airplanes. So when it would be a really hot day I would think, "Why don't they fly a bunch of planes so it'll be cloudy and cool off?"
When i was younger, I used to think that the weather people on tv controlled the weather... When I found out they didn't I was uspet for ages :(
I always believed when it rained here, it rained all over the world, so I couldn't figure out why deserts exsisted.
I used to believe that sound of the sky (still not sure where it comes from exactly) just before a storm, when clouds were gray and it sounded like rain was about to start, that it meant God was growling. Apparently he was growling either because he was angry or he was telling everyone to go back inside. Either way, he was saying, "It's about to rain."
I always thought that, when Mama told me he was mad before a storm, that he was mad because he had plans that would be ruined because of the rain. I stopped believing that all at about ten.
I used to believe that I was the only one who could see the clouds move.
I used to believe that the clouds tasted like cotton candy.. and it's all you can eat clouds..when you get to heaven..
when I was a kid I was very skinny, and my mother was telling my that one day the wind will blow me.
Since than I was always putting stounes in my pockets.
I used to believe that there is a real cloud that rain candies... till I was about 12 year old I realized that was a lie from my sister...
I used to believe that the weather forcasters on the TV actually created the weather and made the decission on what it was going to to.
when i was about between the ages 6 and 8 i didn't like to go to sleep because i was afraid that a tornado would come and kill me in the middle of the night. and my mother still wonders why i would always put the milk in the cupboard and the cereal in the fridge...
I used to think oil patches on the roads was dead rainbows
When I was little, I believed that I had the power to control the wind. Later in college, I confided in a friend about it. She told me she used to believe the same thing. "You know what?" I said, "I stil kinda believe I do." She smiled at me and said "Me, too."
We've been best friends ever since.
I used to believe planes going through clouds are what made it rain. I was really disappointed to see no rain or thunder the first time I remember being on a plane.
When I was in first grade(1959-1960), we had a hurricane hit Massachussetts. I was watching the T.V. weatherman who kept talking about the "eye" of the storm. I believed it was an actual big eye! And I was so scared to go into the bathroom, because I thought there would be this big eye looking at me through the bathroom window. I was in and out of the bathroom so fast!
i thought snow was gods dandrift
when it was snowing on the bus ride to school i ran up and down the isle scriming GEZZ GOD TAKE A SHOWER!!
I used to think that clouds would part over roads during snow storms. The clouds around the edges of the holes would group together and snow more, therefore creating the big piles of snow along the roads
When I was 4 or 5 there was a stormy night where my mom got us up out of bed to take shelter. She turned on the radio and they were saying "This is a tornado warning." I figured that a tornado warning was the authorities warning the tornado that it better not come into our city.
Someone told me that they cousin who used to think rain was God peeing.
One cold windy day my teenage daughter asked me,"So Mom, is the windshield factor how cold your windshield gets when the air hits it or what?"
As a child I used to think that clouds were big pillows of white fluff and that was why fireworks night was never on when it was cloudy because it would set the sky on fire. The concept of someone accidentally burning the clouds scared me because I knew the firemen's ladders wouldn't reach that high up and I thought the fire would just keep going till bits of burning cloud fell out of the sky. My imagination was quite vivid like that!