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In recent years, I thought 50 Shades of Grey was just an ordinary book series until I bought one from Ann Summers, cos I hadn't realized it was a sex shop, like Victoria's Secret.
Until quite recently I thought KFC did sugar doughnuts because of the bakery smell. How funny
I thought the tip jar at the restaurant was so people could give the chef cooking tips for how to cook better.
This isn't me, but my mother. As a kid, she apparently thought that if you saw the street lamps turning off, it was lucky.
There was this one area of the local pool that I thought was called the "Disney Area". Why? Because I thought it looked like Mickey Mouse's head.
I thought that the barber sign meant candy because I thought it looked like a candy cane.
When I was about five or six, my mother and I got into a taxicab and the driver said, "Where do you want to go?".
I thought he was talking in general, so I said, "New York!"
Note: I was living in England at the time.
Once when I was little I heard loud electronic music coming from outside. At first I thought it was an ice cream truck but then a voice called out "Hello!" So then I thought it was someone's noisy toy. My mom correctly identified it as an ice cream truck but I thought, "Since when do ice cream trucks have a voice saying 'hello'?"
I used to believe that the "no outlet" sign on roads was a warning to people driving electric cars.
I used to believe that if I learned how to be a tight-rope walker I could travel all over town by walking along the power lines up on the telephone poles.