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I thought that Penelope was pronounced Pen-el-ope. I also thought Bob was short for Bobert. (Because Rob was short for Robert! Very logical, huh?)

Caitlin (from people : names)
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My sister thinks that there are elves in the traffic lights, and that they have different color butts, one red, one yellow, and one green.

Yessa (from transport : traffic lights)
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My mom had a friend named Pat back in high school, and he would always sing "Banana Woman" when "More Than A Woman" would play on the radio. XD

Savannah (from music : misheard lyrics)
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I used to think that "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea" was a story about an awful lot of sports being played under the sea, since there were 20,000 leagues there, in the story.

Hayley (from language : reading)
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I used to think that each country was on a separate planet. And that there were a LOT of country-planets, ....like 6 or so.

anonymous (from the world : places)
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I used to think that the wax statues at Madame Tussauds were made of recycled candles and crayons.

Anon (from neighbourhood : excursions)
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When I was little, I used to believe that instead of the car moving, the road would move. The car was stationary in one place while the road beneath it moved at the posted speed limit.

..If only!

Stephanie (from transport : cars)
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When my mom would say that my eyes were bigger than my stomach I thought she meant it literally.

Amanda (from body parts : eyes)
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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.

Starch (from the world : places)
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I used to think the word fever was just another word for giraff

Marshall m (from language : speaking)
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