I used to think that when parents were discussing what to name their child, they had to do over the table at mealtimes, so the first, middle and surnane would be like breakfast, lunch and dinner, or starter, main course and dessert, with the baby name book as an imaginary menu to choose from (you get the idea, when certain subjects make you hingry for no actual reason).
I thought clowns that had “X” over their eyes while they performed were supposed to be zombie clowns. I remember seeing one on a news report at Applebees in Salinas and being baffled.
I used to think that names with a hyphen in between, names with
The first and middle name put together were meant to be 'special' in some way, so if you wre called Anne-Marie, Mary-Anne,
Michael-John etc , then it made you the teachers pet at school, or everyone's family favourite at home.
I met Ronald McDonald when I was seven and asked him how old he was. He told me to count his stripes and that he gets a new stripe every year. He gave me an autographed photo and tried to count his stripes, but I couldn't see them all.
I used to believe that Demi Moore and Demi Lovato were the same person or related to each other because they both have the same first name
I heard of the movie The Godfather before knowing about what an actual godfather was, so when I heard a classmate in grade school talking about his godfather, I thought his family members were criminals.
I used to think that the female version of a Squire was a Squirelle
When I was young, I used to believe that clowns evil existed. I used to be scared of them.One day,I celebrated Halloween with my friends and we went in the street to ask for candys. It was the night and we were alone. I saw which was big and very evil. I ran and was so afraid. I cried and cracked at came back in the house of unknow people. Today, I don't celebrate Halloween any more.
I used to believe that if your name was Jazz, you'd automatically like jazz music
In preschool I had a teacher named Mrs. White. She was an older woman with white hair, so I assumed her surname was a description of her hair color.