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When I was a child I used to think that there were witches in the street were I live because that is in fact its name.
I used to go to a pool where there was a sign that said "Shower before entering pool." Some letters fell off so it said "Shower bef", so I thought another name for the pool was the "shower bef". My dad played along with it and asked if I wanted to go to the baby pool or the shower bef.
When I was young I watched the movie ‘The Great Escape’ with my father and he explained to me what solitary confinement was.
Fast forward and we drove past Society of Saint Vincent de Paul thrift store,
it was an old building and the store was closed with roller shutters covering the doors and windows,
I misread the sign and thought it said ‘The Solitary Of Saint Vincent de Paul‘ and I thought it was an old solitary confinement prison that once held someone named Saint Vincent de Paul.
I used to think that the wax statues at Madame Tussauds were made of recycled candles and crayons.
When I was little my grandmother always invited me an ice cream cone and it was the best thing we always went to the door of the house and the man passed by in his cart and when the music played it was because there was no ice cream anymore.
The restaurant Arby's has a big cowboy hat as their logo. I thought this meant it was a restaurant only for cowboys, and that you wouldn't be allowed in if you weren't a cowboy.
I used to believe that girls could take there shirts off in public because boys could but dang i was dumb
I used to think people remembered their old neighbours by thinking times they saw each other in the garden and spoke over the fence.
I used to think small furniture shops were basically cottage converted charity shops.
I used to think that if you were still in the park when the gatekeeper was about to lock up in the evening, he would come along with a megaphone and tell everyone to leave, like when the pool attendants say everybody out when you go swimming.