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I used to believe that when you could see your breath outside in the cold, you were making clouds. So I would breathe out a lot to make as many clouds as possible :)
I once knew a girl who used to believe that the sun was actaully a really bright gold fish very high up.
That when it rained it rain all over the world
I used to believe that the angels sat up in the clouds and when it rained they were throwing buckets of water off the edge of the clouds. I would watch the rain looking for gaps thinking that was when they had to run and fill their buckets with more water.
As a child, when it rained I used to think someone had had forgot to turn off the faucet left the water running, in heaven.
For some reason at one point when I was a kid I thought tornadoes were a good thing and wished we lived somewhere where the was a tornado everyday (ya I was weird)
I used to love the wind in my hair and believed that the wind visited my hair the most because it loved me.
I then told my best friend that she was no longer my best friend and that the wind had taken her place.
I used to believe that the whole world rained at the same time.
I used to believe that, at night, snow and/or rain came from streetlights. I never took into account where I thought it came from during the day... but at night I was certain it came from streetlights.
Ever since I can remember, I always thought I could talk to the wind. If it was blowing hard, I would put my hands on my hips and say "Stop being so cranky!" and the like for different situations... Sometimes I'm still tempted to ;)
When I was little, I used to believe you could actually touch the clouds and wanted to grab part of one and keep it in a box.
I used to believe that rain was angels crying.
I was told by my Dad that I had to stay inside during a hurricane because the eye would spot me and come destroy the house. I think i was 14 when I stopped dreaming of this huge eye looking at me.
When I first came to the U.S. I was 5 years old and it was winter. A few days into the move to our apartment in NYC it had snowed overnight. When I first saw the snow I thought it was piles of sugar all over the streets. I asked my dad why there was sugar all over the streets, he laughed.
I used to believe rain were God's tears
Upon seeing a red sky when I was younger, I enquired as to what it was that made it that way. My dad told me the clouds were on fire.
I used to believe that rain was angel's pee =)
When I was little I thought that all clouds were made from aeroplanes, because they always left a line of "cloud" behind them in the sky
When I was little I thought that smokestacks were cloud machines. I was positive that the pollution pouring out of the top was the new clouds being released into the sky and that was how the weather man decided if it would be cloudy or sunny.
When I was a child I believed that the wind was caused by the world moving really fast through space. The more windy it was, the faster the world must have been spinning.