My father had false teeth and my oldest sister had a glass eye. When I was little, I used to believe that people could be taken apart to be cleaned.
I'd almost forgotten about this until I read this site, but I used to believe that the reason for AMBULANCE being written backwards (somebody else already mentioned it) was so Russians could read it.
i used to believe that when older women had hot flashes it meant that they had flashes of young, hot men pop into there heads.
I used to believe that buffalos and reindeer were mythical creatures like unicorns and dragons, but wanted a pet phoenix because they were real.
I used to scoff at kids who somehow got the idea the people in Australia were upside down, since I knew that they were exactly like us, except that if they jumped they wouldn't come back down.
I used to think the Pulitzer Prize was the "pull it, surprise!" and I always wondered what happened that it was so surprising when you pulled this thing, and why people wanted it.
As a young child I believed that when I turned into an adult I'd have to go in the store naked to get adult clothes.
when i was a kid i use to think i was the only human and everyone else around me was a robot for some reason i just had a gut feeling it was true
My dad and the guy next door had both lost a finger in separate accidents before I was born. I remember thinking that all men, when they reached a certain age, had one of their fingers fall off.
I used to believe that spagetti grew on trees... coz my mum brought plants back in a box that said spagetti on it...