what is the most craziest thing you really believed in when you were a kid?

@mishyyu (217)
Philippines
August 28, 2008 11:48am CST
of all the adventures I did when I was a kid, I remember the most craziest thing my friends brought me to believe in was when i was in first grade, I made 3 friends in my class and we created a group called the "white ladies", our leader who calls herself the "white lady", one of us is the "pink lady" and me the "yellow lady", the name was actually based on our favorite color, and the other decided not to join the "sorrority"..lol. we have this so-called super powers and has our own super-power signature moves.. lol. mine was crossing my arms on my chest..hehe. and we have our own villain too called "bluka lady". one time our leader "white lady" told us that later that night, we will fly and meet each other in the sky and will going to attack "bluka lady". I really believed in what she said and was also excited of flying that night.. that night I slept and woke up the next morning and wondered why nothing happened.. at school I asked them if something happened last night, they said nothing, and so we blamed it to our leader, the other girl who didnt join us said that she's evil so we should give her a cross sign with our fingers.. and so we did it just as we saw her coming out from the cr and she gave us a weird face.. that was really really funny.. everytime I thought about it, it just made me laugh coz I can't believe how stupid I was to believe that I could actually fly..lol tskh.. kids..hehe.
3 responses
• Indonesia
28 Aug 08
hi mishyyu, that's really funny as well as interesting. i like your narrating about the super-power signature moves. i remember i also got such signatures after reading a novel about martial art world. well, the craziest thing i believed when i am still a kids is really scary. i like oranges. oranges will always be my favorite fruit. you know when you eat an orange, sometimes you will accidentally swallow the seeds. when i accidentally swallowed them, i worriedly told it to my elder brother and sister. they didn't comfort me. instead, they told me that it's really fatal. the seeds will grow and come out on my head. i really believed them and for days i cannot sleep well. i was continuously restless, thinking how can i bear my future condition with an orange tree on my head.
@mishyyu (217)
• Philippines
29 Aug 08
when I was 8 yrs. old, I also believed on something that will happen to me that I kept on thinking on how can I also bear my future condition with that situation.. lol. it all started when picking my dog's fleas was something I enjoyed doing.. i know its kind of eeky and disgusting, I've been scolded about it many times by my nanny and finally listened to her after she told me that if I won't stop doing it, I would sooner turn into a large flea.. lol. and it came to pop in my head a picture of a large dog flea same as my size wearing the same clothes I was wearing..lol. and I was so afraid that I might really turn into a flea.. lol. that was really funny..
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
@mishyyu hahah funny! i like your imagination @sutanhartanto hahaha i used to believe in the same thing! i would even imagine the seed sprouting in my stomach and the branches and leaves eventually growing up my esophagus and my veins! ahahah indeed, kids!
@mymelodake (1339)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
well there's this story my babysitter used to tell me that if i sleep with an empty stomach, my spirit would wander out of my body to look for food in the kitchen's pots and pans. if the spirit gets trapped by accident in one of the pots, and is not able come back to the body by the time i get up, i would die. this really didn't bother me because i never went to sleep hungry (in fact, i would wake up late in the night to eat cookies and drink milk), but i believed this story was real. also like probably most kids, i believed santa was real. i remember during christmas eve, my sister and i would vow to stay up to catch santa in action, but we usually end up falling asleep anyway. my mom later told us he wasn't real and it was just really her and my dad filling our pillowcases (yeah we were so greedy that we hang up pillowcases instead if stockings hahahahaha) with fruitstripe and bubbletape and smarties.
• United States
28 Aug 08
I don't know if this tale is still true today but when I was about 8 or 9 years old I stayed over my friends for a bit and had a lot of fun while we were there. While we were playing my friend told me some spooky tales, I don't remember all ofthem but one of them was when he told me that if you stare at a mirror and call out to the mirror: Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary. If you said that three times she would apear in the glass and haunt you for the rest of your life. I tried it one day and I didn't have any guts to look in the mirror after I said it. I took some covers with me and covered myself after I said it. I asked my mother if it was true but she said it wasn't and it was just a scary story.