I used to believe that everyone who lived in the city lived in an apartment.
I used to believe that Eurostar trains actually went through the water, rather than being built in a tunnel, and thought there must be a station underwater for when people went diving!
I used to believe that Cuban people were made out of cubes
I used to think Downs Syndrome was caused by living on the downs in the countryside, so when we stayed at this place called Downs Cottage in Devon, I said to the landowners 'how can you be in charge of this place if you both have Downs Syndrome?' Needless to say, we never stayed with them again.
When I was very little, I used to think that there were two New Zealands because how it split on the map!
I used to believe that Ireland was called that because it really is an island!
I used to believe that people were talking about Kenton in Greater London when they were talking about the county Kent, and wondered how people could have beach holidays there when it is inland and not coastal.
I use to believe than when my dad gave me a one dollar bill, I was a millionaire.
I used to believe that India and Indonesia were right next to each other since their names sounded alike
When I was young, after having discovered the planisphere, I used to believe that the world was flat. And when we studied the discovery of America, I didn't understand why all the class said that the world was round. I was and I still very obstinate. Finally, my mother succeeded in making me listen to reason, after 2 days of negociations.