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When I was in kindergarten to 2nd grade, I used to think that pledge was "And to the republic, where witches stand". Then, finally in 3rd grade, I realized that is was "And to the republic, for which it stands"

Sailorlove90
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When i was little i could never remember the pledge so i moved my lips and the words would just came out i thought it was a little guy saying it for me.

Alyssa
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I believed that the Pledge of Allegiance went: "...and to the Republic, for Richard Stans,..." I always wondered who Richard Stans was, and why he was so important that he made it into the Pledge. I asked my mom one day who he was and why I wanted to know. She just kind of smiled and explained the problem to me lol.

E.M.B.
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I used to think the pledge went: "and to the republic, for which it stands, under dog, invisable...". I always wondered why they mentioned dogs!

Anon
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I thot it went:
"I pledge a weej ants to the fags of the nine states of balaria and to Publix and witches hands, one nation under dogs invinsible with liberty and sha sha for all."
I don't know why...Wen i found out what it really said i was like "screw it" and i kept saying it the way i did then and i still do lmfao

cayla
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In the Pledge of Alliegence, I used to pronounce the word Li*b*erty as Li*v*erity.

Anon
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This is what I thought, seriously.
"I fled polience tooky crag and the unspited plates of bavaria, and to the peepubick to Richard Sands stands, one nation on the gods invisble with lizardy justin to malls."

Anon
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i used to believe that it was a sin (i'm a catholic) to not pray during the moment of silence after the pledge. i thought it was something thati needed 2 confess to the priest!

messed up catholic
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I used to believe the pledge went like this: I pledge alligence to the flag of the United States Of America, and to the republic, witch it stands, one nation, under God, invisible, for liberey, and justice, for all. So when I pictured what happened during the pledge I saw a witch standing on the side of a cliff next to a flag looking down on what was a invisible nation, with God looking down.

Anon
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I ued to think that you said the pledge like this. "I plege of a legenst, to the flag, of united states of america. And to the republince of witches stand, one nation under god, invisable, to liberty and justice for all. Up untill my friend corrected me after the pledge, I was so embarrsed! LOL!!!

LOL child
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"GREAT STUFF Up until about 2nd grade, i thought the pledge procceded something like this:
"I pledge alegence, to the frog, of theUnited States of America, and to the wee public, for witches hands, one nation, under God, invisible, with a little tea, and just rice for all"!"

Um, this is from a *book.* I can't remember the name of it, but it's from a book titled something like "A Thousand Paper Cranes" about a girl who emigrates from Japan to the US and gets leukemia.

Anon
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I wedge a wise pants to the clags of the pendited forks of basamia and to the pooblis for picket signs one baiton under frog with indecency and a straw.
that was funny when I said that over the PA systed ha ha ha

Marx
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in first grade i thought the pledge was "...and to the republic, for riches stands..." and i remember getting so mad at the girl next to me for doing "which it stands". i found out in 3rd or 4th grade i was wrong all along.

maryland girl
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when i was younger i thought which it stands was like a real witch or somthing

Anon
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I pedge a weej pants to the clag of the retired states of basoonia and for the retarted under richard sandz one nation under frogs indecent with livery and just ice for all.
I was a real slow kid. ha ha ha (i still say this to myself)

"KOVU"
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Oh Canada,
we stand on god for thee,
true painted love,
and all our sons will be free

Anon
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I used to think it was I pledge aligens to Queen Fragg and her mighty state of Histrya

Anon
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whoever this "Richard Stanz" is he must of been pretty popular in school! haha! :)

Anon
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when i was in kindergarden we would say the pledge of alliegence. i was always wondering when we were going to cover our hearts with our left hand, or both hands

Pedro
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