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When I was younger, I used to believe that the school cantine's miss was a robot.
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America into the republic one nation under God until the very justice of all.
I didn’t think pi was an actual number, and that my classmates were pulling the teacher’s leg when they used it, and I thought they were saying “pie” to make math equations that made no real sense. I then said “TV + Jar Jar…” and didn’t even answer, recess was next.
When I first started elementary school, I remember thinking that when kids went to the nurse she took their temperatures rectally because that was the only way my mom ever did it at home. When I got sick I opened my whole mouth. I didn’t get the “under the tongue” thing.
I used to think that if you met someone nice abroad, that everyone really liked, they would appear in school after the holidays, and become your new teacher.
Maybe because of how you learn Greek and Latin in the Mediterranean.
When I was a child I used to believe that the nuns in my school kept children locked in a room and then they ate them.
When I was a child, I used to believe that the school attic was full of ghosts and elfs.
When I was younger I used to believe the bathroom in our school was haunted by a murderer that only appeared when it rained.
When I was a child, I used to believe that teachers never leave school and slept in the chairs.
I used to think that if you were sent to the head at school, you could escape from being in trouble by looking at a message on their tea or coffee mug, like 'you are kind of and caring, a wonderful person to your friends and family', for instance, as a way of flattering them. Well, it would be a lucky coincidence!