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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 young I thought that if it was raining here it was raining everywhere.
I believed you could sit on clouds.
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 in kindergarten our teacher was trying to explain that there are four seasons in each year, each three months long and starting on a set date, such as winter starting on December 21st. The thing is, this was in the Canadian prairies, which are hellishly cold, even for Canada, and I remember getting into a huge argument with the teacher because in reality, winter (at the least) started in mid-October and went until early April. I remember trying to argue that if October was really in the fall, why did we have to wear parkas over our Halloween costumes?
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, 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.
One day when I was in about 2nd or 3rd grade, The news was on the TV in the other room, and I heard the news lady say that there was a "weak tornado" in Kansas. Well I thought she meant a "week tornado". I was so horrified that there was a tornado that lasted for a whole week! The next day I told my mom again how I couldn't believe there was a week long tornado, and then she cleared it up for me. I was so embarrassed.
On a dreary late winter day, my mother remarked that, "Spring is just around the corner." I was so excited! I ran down to the corner and looked down the side street, truly expecting to see sunshine, green grass and flowers.
I used to believe that the clouds are like swimming pools.They are large white boats full of water in the sky.we can swim in them,and when we finish our swimming and go back to earth by plane.The water in the large boat leak from these large boats,they are rains!
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.
That when it rained it rain all over the world
I used to believe that the wind was caused by trees so you could stop the wind by getting rid of trees.
When I was little my parents told me tornadoes were afraid of water to keep me from having panic attacks when tornadoes came since we lived next to a lake. Freshman year, I was at my friends house and the tornado sirens went off. I told her not to worry because she had a pool in her backyard. Needless to say, I haven't heard the end of 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
When watching the weather forecast on television I was always confused with the summary, because I thought they meant it was summery, even in winter.
Whe i was younger I used to believe that when it was really hot and you started sweating, you were melting very slowly so we had winter to make us stick together again. Like ice!!! LOL
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.
I used to think if a tornado sucked up a poisonous mushroom, it would die.
I used to think oil patches on the roads was dead rainbows