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When I was not quite two and my mother had just finished changing my (cloth) diaper, I told her "Now Mommy lie down. I change Mommy." I believed that all adults wore diapers, just as I did. I thought the toilet was for washing them out.
there was a guy at my church whose eyebrows were pointy so it looked like he was angry all the time. My sister and i believed that he was in fact angry all the time and we named him "the angry man".
i once thought that some days your face changed to look like someone else's
i decided one day on my way to nursery, that i looked like this girl who i didn't like and refused to go in (involving kicking and screaming). my mum didn't make me go but she was furious because i wouldn't tell her why.
I've always ha d a little pop belly (I still do), all my friends had them too, so when I went off to school and us girls were playing house and we all pretended we were pregnant, it came as a shock when one girl lifted her shirt and she had a huge belly, and another was as flat as a board. After that I was stumped, "Why did these girls look different?" I came to a conclusion, they were other animals, not humans because humans all have pop bellies.
i moved to a new town when i was little and most of the kids and teachers had brown hair brown eyes. i thought i had my blonde hair and green eyes because i wasnt from that town
I once was told that ONLY virgins get acne. After sex, no new pimples grow. I believed that.
When I turned 18, I remembered that when I was younger (and chubby), I thought that when i turned 18 i would turn skinny. Like all 18 year olds are skinny or something.
i used to belive that if your shadow punched or kicked another shadow , the other shadow would get hurt... and so would the person with the shadow! i would spend ours beating up peoples shadow's so i could say, "my shadow did it!"
All races other than those of Asian origin had exactly the same facial features. The only thing different were the hair color and texture, and skin color.
I used to believe that a "tattoo" was a bar of soap. My kindergarten teacher told us that getting a tattoo would make us go crazy. My mom was giving me a bath, when I started screaming once she picked up the soap. I was screaming "DON'T GIVE ME A TATTOO! I DON'T WANT TO GO CRAZY!"
I thought that babies were born with baby clothes including the bib. I thought that babies were so innocent that they can't arrive in the world shamefully naked, as nudity to me was the synonym of unprecedented perversion.
When I was younger, and used to play hide-and-seek, I used to think that nobody could see me if I couldn't see them! Wonder why I always lost that game, seeing as I would just stand in the middle of a room and close my eyes!
i used to believe that if u got permanent marker on yourself it would stay there for ever and ever
When i was born i was bald but had a lil "tail" that had hair. It was called a tail cuz it looked like one. So i heard my parents say that when i was born i had a tail. Well one day when i was like 8 or 9 i asked my parents what they did with my tail. They said they cut it off which made my start crying. It wasnt till after i calmed down that they told me it was just hair. I thouhgt i had a real tail. u know like a dog. Everyone laughed at me and even now ppl bring it up and laugh.
when my mom used to say that shirt's grown small .. i used to think the clothes actually grew small.
its sad but true i had this belief till grade 4.
Since I read Peter pan's history, I was convinced that my shadow has its own life. To proof this teory, I hardly tried to move as faster as I can to caught a "fail" of my companion...I confess sometimes I started to hate its efficiency in copying me all the time!!
When I was in preschool I asked my mother what feminine meant. She replied - the things that make you girly, like your long curly hair. I became convinced that girls with short hair were boys and girls with medium length hair were girl-boys, or somewhere inbetween!
I used to believe that clothes with horizontal stripes were illegal, having heard them described as such on a daytime TV programme.
i love people with dimples so at night when i was a bit younger i would stick a finger in each cheek and hold it there for bout an hour whilst smiling to get a atleast one dimple!! but unfortunately it never worked!!
When I made faces at my sisters, my parents always reminded me that if I did that too much my face would stay that way!! I was horrified, but then I thought of a genius idea. I always wanted eyes that would turn upwards at the end, so I stayed in front of the mirror, holding my eyes that way, for almost an hour. No, it didn't work.