I have absolutely no idea why but when I was a young child I thought Hong Kong was another name for London.
I used to think that a "concrete jungle" was an actual jungle. I imagined it to be like a rainforest, but instead of water and plants, there was wet concrete.
When I was a child I used to believe
that everything that wasn't China, didn't exist.Because when I was a child I thought that all the world is
When I was younger I used to believe the earth was flat because I thought that if it was round and with volume we were going to fall.
When I was a child I used to believe that every country was a planet.
I used to think Cancun was Camp Coon
When I was 5 years old, I used to believe Poland was snowy and cold all year round, like the North Pole.
When I was a child, I used to believe that Catalonia was the unique part of land of the world.
I mixed up Egypt and China, thinking they were the same place at different times. I also threw in “Europe” as well, all as one country. Blame Sawgwa and Schoolhouse Rock.
I used to believe that the country then called Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso) was a hydroelectric power station.
I used to think that the initials NYC stood for "nobody you're calling"
when i was young i used to think japan and china were the same country
i used to think France was in the united states
When I was younger ,I used to confuse Spain and Alsace
I thought Clydesdale was a place dreamed up by a little boy named Clyde.
I used to think all urban city life in England had to take place in London, and everywhere else was just beaches and countryside. Think of places like the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District, for instance.
I used to think the American states were all different countries and didn't realize it was all one country together!
I used to think that Nevada was Nineveh
when i was child i belive that everything is created in a mega factory in china , and also i dont think that china was a country i think that china is a factory in Ecuador
I used to believe that my town was the unique in the world because it was so small and I didn't see much people around there, so for this I thought that there weren't more things at the ended of the mountains and always asked Where comes the money? because my parents sometimes had and sometimes didn't have.