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I used to believe that if you poked a cloud with a really long stick rain would come out.
My wife looked out of our sunroof one day and said, "It's funny how they do that." I just said... "Do What?" And she said, "The Cloud makers!"...... She thought that airplanes were there to make clouds.
I used to beleive that the clouds went away in the evening.
I used to believe that the sun didn't rise until i woke up
I used to believe that we had winter to cool off the earth because it got too hot. Thanks, mom.
At a young age, I used to think that when we drove around during nighttime, the moon would follow us wherever we go.
when someone explained to me that the other side of the earth was opposite of us i thought this meant that when we were in summer, china was having winter.
I used to believe that when it rained, it was raining everywhere on the entire earth. I didn't know that it came from clouds.
I used to believe that the clouds moving was caused by the spinning of the Earth... that the clouds stayed in one spot.
I used to believe that by whistling, the wind would blow harder...so up until the 5th grade when I found out this wasn't true, I kept on whistling and my friends would ask me what I was doing.
I used to think that rain was caused by the sun peeing on us.
When i was younger i thaught that thunder came when two skies crashed and the ligthning was sparks
Rain is God peeing. I don't remember if I believed that entirely, or just thought "what if?"
I used to believe that if you went up higher,it would become hotter,but the fiirst time I got on an airplane it was actually cooler
When I was little my grandma told me that when it thundered the angels were bowling. I also believed that the lighnening was the lights they used to light the bowling alley. I believed that for several years.
when i was little i thought that rain was the pee of giants lol
One day when my little brother was about 4 or 5 years old it was raining really hard. I told him the sky was falling, not really expecting him to beleive me. But he did! He started crying and ran and hid under a table. I felt really bad after that so i told him I was joking.
When I was about 4, we lived in an area that was known for severe weather and even tornadoes. During the stormy season we would sleep in the kitchen, which was the center of our house and had no windows. Somehow I misunderstood and heard tormadoes and thought that a giant, vicious, huge tomato with enormous teeth dripping of green slime would come screaming at your house and rip it to shreds trying to find little girls to eat. I suppose I had a bit of an over active imagination... Now I know what tornadoes are (some reason not so scary) and like to tell the story to my nieces and nephews.
i used to believe that when it rains, the angel and dead people were crying,
when there was snow Jezus was shaking his cushin so the feathers from inside would fall on earth
When I was little, I used to believe that I could see the earth turning: whenever the clouds were blowing across the sky, I thought that the clouds were standing still and I could see the sky moving behind them.