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Before kindergarden, I too thought that a long time ago the world was black and white. But that colours were invented one by one. All due to my kindergarden teacher saying "when I was little EVERYTHING was red!"...she was talking about firetrucks, and hats, and hydrants. I always wondered what colour came after red.
i used to think that the world used to be in black and white since all of the pictures from that time weren't in color.. for instance i thought that my grandparents were black and white and lived in black and white until later on when they turned to color
From looking at my parants and grndparants old photographs I used to believe that everything was black & white. From the cloths they wore to the cars they drove
When I was little and watched old black and white movies with my grandmother, I used to believe that the world used to be in black and white.
When I was little I believed that in the olden days, life was black and white, like old tv.
I used to think that when they made black & white movies, that everything in the world was actually really black and white until color was "discovered". Man, was I dumb!
when i was younger i used to think that before colour television was invented everything was black and white and so before the 60s everything in the world was black and white!
I remember watching TV as a child, and sometimes I would see older things filmed in black and white. This lead me to think that long ago, there simply was no color in the world.
I used to see old pictures of my grandma's in Black and White and thought the world was in Black and White.
when i was littlei used to believed has the years before i was born the people was gree and black
When my daughter was about 6 or 7 years old she was asking about some event in the past, presumedly during the time when I was young. She said, " You know when everything was black and white."
I realized that her perception of the world was based on old black and white photos and movies of the period when I was young.
When I was little and watched black and white tv, I wondered when the world changed to color. I was thinking around the 60's, although the world was pretty grainy in those days. It never occurred to me that tv would show things in black and white.
Up until I was 8, I thought that all things in the universe were devoid of color until sometime in the mid to late 60's. Then my parents bought a color TV.
Like many others, I used to think that the world used to be black and white. I didn't question why dinosaurs were in colour, though.
when i was young i would always been shown the black and white photos of my nan and pop and then one day my mum was talking about how yellow the yolks in eggs were back when she was young and i said to her wasnt everything black and white back them..
When I was small, I used to think that when TV was black and white, the world was black and white.
I used to believe that because some older films and tv programmes were black & white, up to a certain point in time, the whole world was actually black & white and colour was only invented recently. How people managed to colour the sky used to baffle me, but i assumed they must have sprayed deodorant into the air until it turned blue!!
when i was little n saw black n white films on tv, i thought that evry one was actualy black n white, and that the whole world was in blak n white until they invented colour tv.
When I was a child, my mother and I were discussing television and she told me that they had invented color (t.v.'s} when she was a child. I mistook this and spent the next couple of years believing that everything (all of life) was black in white and that color had been invented. I never did figure out how to mix black and white to get blue.
I used to think that the past was black in white since I saw alot of old films that had no color in them. Made perfect sense.