My cousin and I both thought Narnia was a real place when I was about eleven and she was about ten. I looked for it in my closet, and she thought a painting on my parents' bedroom wall actually came from Narnia.
When I was young I thought the world was flat
I used to think the entire state of Pennsylvania was made out of pencils.
I thought photoshop ment a shop that would edit your photos.
When I was little I used to believe that if i wait until the end of the movies I would see my name in the credits.
When I was a child I used to believe that when I touched the floor cracks I would fall to the center of the earth.
When I was younger, I thought Eskimos ate penguin eggs
When I was little I wanted to be an explorer. I figured 2D maps of the world were only showing half the Earth, because obviously the Earth is round, and that the other half hadn't been mapped yet. I wanted to be someone that discovered the other half of the Earth.
When I was young i used to think that the world was flat
My parents told me that the lottery was a contest where the winner got a million dollars, and I mistakenly assumed that ALL contests had a prize of a million dollars. Imagine my excitement when, over the morning announcements, I heard my name being announced as the winner of the 2nd grade environmental poster contest. As I waited in the principal's office to get my prize, I imagined how proud of my parents would be of me when I came home that day with a million dollars. Alas, the actual prize of a free book left me disappointed, but at least I learned an important lesson that day.