This NPR article discusses some of the things people used to believe as kids. Such as people thinking sea horses were make-believe, unicorns were real, or "when my dad had the graveyard shift he literally had to work in a graveyard."
We have these signs in California, prohibiting large vehicles from traveling down certain streets:
When I was a kid, I thought this meant the streets were only a few inches thick, and if a heavy truck drove on them, they would crumble.
So what silly things did you once believe?
When you need a quick pick-me-up, what do you turn to? It could be as simple as a piece of chocolate, a cup of tea, a funny YouTube video. Share your go-tos below!
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