34 People Share Their Dumbest Childhood Beliefs
Children have very active imaginations. If they don't know why something is, they'll make up a reason. While charming and adorable, children are usually wrong. People went on r/AskReddit to share some of these dumb childhood beliefs and the posts were nonsensical gold.
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From Redditor u/Acceptable-Attorney
When you have a baby you have to push one of your testicles out and it became the baby egg. I had no idea how I was my parent's third child.
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Ninja Turtle Weather
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From Redditor u/RosyMama
Grandparents were assigned to families. Like, I didn't know my Grandma was my Dad's mom.
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Study Circle Mind Meld
From Redditor u/helikoptr
That if people are going to study something they just sit in a circle with other students and think about what they want to do. As soon as they find out, they are done and they can leave.
I wish lol.
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That's My Trademark
From Redditor u/CHOGIWADDLE
That all companies with a 'TM' (Trademark) were owned by my family, only because those were my initials.
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The Dark Side Of 'Cocoon'
From Redditor u/jdnursing
I remember watching the movie cocoon with my grandparents. I could not have been more than 4. For some reason I deduced that in order to become adults, children had to die in these pool cocoons and be reborn old. I freaked my cousins out and had a whole group of kids crying at a holiday party over our impending doom. Ruined Christmas pictures that year.