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i used to believe that the factories were care bear factories because of the clouds of smog
When I was a kid I used to believe that shadows can change and kill you, I was so scared that I never looked at the ground. I found out the truth when my friends used my shadow to hide from the sunlight, so that means my shadow does nothing.
My Brother Told Me That When It Rains God Is Crying. I Believe Him. Now I'm 13 And I Still Believe That.
when I was a kid, I used to believe that when thundered, it was because god was angry
I used to believe that if passed beneath a rainbow I would turn into a woman.
when I was a kid I used to believe that the end of the rainbow would be a pot of gold
I used to believe that was a treasure in the end of the rainbow
I used to believe I could control the weather. One day when I was about 7 my daddy was planning a fishing trip and wouldn't take me. We were watching the news and it was supposed to be sunny, I was so mad I couldn't go I wished it would rain. It did. I was so amazed with myself I wasn't even mad when he went anyway!
I used to think that clouds could be touched.
I used to believe... That clouds, were God's farts and burps. Rain was his tears. Lighting a thunder appeared because he was mad. Sunny days were his happy days. Windy days were his sneezy days. I also used to believe that angels hid in the clouds and they had special visiting days and days to cry over missing their loved ones (rainy days).
When I was young, I said to my mom, "Mommy, make the sun go down!"
I used to think that a shadow could have a shadow since I had multiple lights in my house I thought they made it easier to find these shadows like breaking portals to other dimensions and I even made a whole theory as why I thought this. I showed this to my 6th grade teacher and he was baffled. I later in a month found out why I was wrong.
I believed that clouds were edible and that if you opened a plane window you could reach out and scoop the clouds onto an ice cream cone and eat them.
When I was years old, I used to believe that I was the Goddess of the wind and that I could call wind like a super hero.
when i was a kid, i used to sleep early in the night and wake up after the sun rose...so i used to believe that sun rises only after we wake up from sleep, and if we did not sleep in the night, there will not be the morning.
when I was in kindergarten my teacher asked me what I wanted to be when i grew up. I promptly replied-
"I want to be a cloud."
she looked at me weird.
When I was about 3 or 4 years old I thought that when it was snowing, God sent all children icecream... so I ate it.
When I was 7 walking back home from the park one day it was really windy. Annoyed with the wind because it was loud and making it harder to walk I stood there with a finger to my lips and shouted SHHHHHH. The wind calmed down. I was convinced for years that I had control over the wind and when was doing something outside an it was hot I used to tell it to give me a breeze. What didn't actually help was a breeze usually came along
When I was little, I thought a tornado was a "torn 'mato" and imagined a giant killer tomato with torn garments flying behind it like streamers as it raged through town.
When I was very young, every time I said the word 'rain,' or I heard someone say rain, it seemed to rain within that day if not the next day. I thought if you said rain, you could make it rain. If only that worked for real, then we'd never have any droughts! XD