i used to Believe Boston was the name of one of the islands that make up new york city until two Days ago. i blame being from Scandinavia for my ignorance of North american geography
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I’m a Swede, why would i know American cities?
i used to think indiana = india
i have cousins in indiana, so i told lots of people that i had cousins in india
i looked a lot more asian as a small child, so no one questioned it
Slimbo u silly lil’ boi.
I used to think that there were still dinosaurs on Australia, and that’s why no one ever went there.
As a kid I always thought burglars were constantly looking at me through windows at night. When I looked at the windows nobody was there.
This started when a guy actually did this to our family while eating dinner and a cop eventually caught the guy. Needless to say, I still get anxious at night about burglars.
So it’s not normal to have enough peace of mind to sleep soundly at night?
Or just not normal among the people on the Message Boards…
When I was little I thought I was a boy.
Glad that phase ended.
I used to think that Lord of the Rings was about a ring master in a circus.
I used to think that Teridax and Makuta were different people.
I once thought that the Toa Mata, Nuva, and Phantoka/Mistika were different characters.
if you’re like me and have high anxiety…
The frick are you talkin bout.
(Sleeping is a bit of a chore for me, especially if I am not tired/my brain won’t shut off.)
Anyway, back on topic…uhh…My brother thought each state was a separate country, and that we were immigrants when we moved from Idaho to Nevada.
I used to think bonkle G2 was a good idea…
I thought not washing your hands after using the bathroom would kill you
I have no idea how I thought this was true.
Like seriously how did I even come up with that
i realized this wasn’t true very quickly
Ur never touching any of my stuff
I used to think that touching rust would give you an incurable disease that would kill you within a day or so.
Brickonicle before ttv did it, maybe you inspired them?
I always read the Disney logo as “Walp Gisnep” as a kid (I thought the D was a G backwards).
Then I discovered the “G” was actually a D.