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When I was a little girl i used to believe that when you call the 113 to ask the time there was an employee waiting anxiously to answer.
i everĒn tell "her "- thank you- every time i used it.
then, i discover it was a computer!

Celeste
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When I was a kid, I thought my mother and a neighbor frequently gave each other rings (rings like one wears on one's finger). I watched to see them wearing all those new rings, but I never did. I didn't realize yet that when they said, "I'll give you a ring", they were talking about making phone calls to each other.

Greg
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there used to be a commercial on tv about a law firm, and there was a line in the commercial that said "if you have a phone, you have a lawyer" so one day i went to my mom and asked her who our lawyer was, and said we don't have a lawyer." and i said " but we have a telephone" i was so confused, i had though we got riped off, because every phone came with a lawyer.

wow
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I had a toy phone at once when I was about 8 if you pressed 0 it would talk. So it made me belive that there was a person liveing in every phone.

James
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when i was 3or 4 and out with my parents, my mothing said we had better get home before the phone rang off the wall. When we got home, I checked and the phone was where it should be & I told her it hadn't rung off the wall!

Lisa
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When I was 4 I used to believe that we can do everying over the phone.Oneday my father called us and told me that he bought me a beautiful teddy bear so I insisted to give it to me over the phone and cried till I fell asleep

Kathy
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I used to believe that when you were on the phone and put someone old old, you could actually put the phone back on the receiver and when you picked it up again, the caller would still be there.

Valerie
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I used to believe that your social security number because your phone number when you grew up - understandable, because the first three digits of my own social security number happened to have been the same as the first three in my phone number! :)

NYSSA
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i used to try to call places by dialing things like "santa" into the phone to call him and toys to call a toystore. Boy was i surprised when "Santa" spoke a wierd language.

poisen
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When me and my cousin were little we thought that if we held up our new barbie dolls up to the speaker on the phone the person on the other end could see them. When she did it I would always pretend to see her doll. We werent the brightest kds in the world.

Barbie doll through the Telephone
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When I was eight I thought Star 69 was the universal number for cell phones. Nevermind how it could possibly be the number for ALL cell phones in the world and yet you'd still be able to directly reach the person you want to talk to.

Major lack of logic lawl
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I used to think that someone's house number was their telephone number, so I used to try and ring the people who lived opposite by dialling 143.

Clarabel
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I used to believe that if you called '411-Information' on the telephone, and they would be able to answer any question you had.

Anon
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I always thought that when you talked on a phone a little person [Who I named Jeffery] would run through the phonewire really fast and tell the person on the other end of the phone what you were saying.

I was rather upset when I found out that the little person didnt exist

Sporque
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i used to think nods could be transmitted by telephone. my parents would put me on the phone with grandma, and she would ask me questions, and i would answer yes! by nodding.

Anon
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When I was from 3 - 6 I used to believe that when I talked on the phone the person I was talking to was inside the phone so if I dropped it they would fall over or get hurt, so I always made a big apology and was scared to ddrop the phone.

Robert
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I used to believe that pressing the number 4 on the telephone, without pressing anything else, was the same thing as calling 911.

Brian
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In kindergarten, I got my first ever phone number from one of my friends. One day I decided to call her and ask her to come over and play, and I was so excited about using the real telephone for the first time. I still don't know if I dialed wrong or if my friend just didn't actually know her number, but when the person on the other end of the line picked up and said, "East Providence Animal Shelter, how may I help you?" with a lot of barking in the background, I freaked out!

I didn't know you could get a wrong number accidentially, and I thought the animal shelter lady would think I was playing a prank or something and be angry, so I was tongue-tied and hung up on her after a couple seconds. I immediately ran to hide behind a chair in the living room and listened for police sirens for a long time. I just knew the lady knew who I was and would send someone after me. It was a long time before I dared to use the phone again!

Anon
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When I was little I believed that whenever someone would leave a message on a answering machine, but not talk, they could hear everything that is going on in my house.

Cassie
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I used to believe that if you cut open a telephone wire and put your ear to it, you could her people's conversations...glad I never tried it!

Renae
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