Stupid thing I used to think when I was little
- I controlled the wind through my breathing
- The moon followed me
- Street/stop lights open up and midgets would climb inside and control it. (I used to ask my mom how people got up there)
- Car turn signals worked by themselves
- Black and white movies were filmed in black and white because the world had no color.
- When you lie or your mom 'thinks' your lying but your not and your mom says stick out your tongue and she's says "It's got a black dot, your lying." and I wold look in the mirror and say "Its not black!" and she'd say "Only I can see it."
- Drinking and driving, I thought it meant all drinks and food
- Evil monsters hide under my bed and try to grab my legs every time I get off
- Peanut free zone- that everyone was allowed to eat peanuts and they were given out for free
- I used to have to eat food in pairs so they wouldn't be alone and I couldn't leave one by its self un eatin because it would get lonely
- Stuffed animals could move and talk when I'm not around
- People would stand inside vending machines and get the stuff you wanted
- Humans were toys and giants would play with us and we had no free will and the giants would control us
- That everything in our lives were recorded by tiny cameras
- When you play patty-cake you mark it with a bee not a b for baby (like the stinger)
- people born on leap years would only age every 4 yrs
- that when i turn off the shower water I had to rush out because when the water would stop lightning would try to get me
- An airplane will crash into your house unless you hold your breath
- I made up the word munchkin and that it was like animal crackers but called munchkins
- When I spun around, my house was 'magically' teleported to space
- If I did a 360, left would change from right
- There was an alternate universe competition and I was always first.
I can't believe why I thought about this stuff when I was little, or why I believed it. ASDFGHJL. I'm hoping I wasn't the only one who thought this. Thanks for reading. TTYL