Let me know: what ridiculous things did you believe in as a child?

” Let me know ” is a rubric for our readers’ stories. Every week we run a survey and look forward to your comments. The most interesting of them end up in articles and collections. This time we invite you to plunge into memories and tell what “truths” seemed unshakable to you in childhood.

Perhaps you believed that robots and dolls come to life when we are not around? This belief is well played out in the cartoon “Toy Story”. But at the heart of the “Corporation of Monsters” is a popular phobia – that a terrible monster is sitting in the closet.

Frame: “Monsters Inc” / YouTube

Even at a young age, many of us believed that crushing a spider meant rain. And the eaten watermelon bone is generally a dangerous thing, because a watermelon should grow out of it right in the stomach!

It is always interesting to remember such stories. We would like to put together a nostalgic article with stories about your childhood beliefs. And we are looking forward to your answers in the form or in the comments!

Let me know: what ridiculous things did you believe in as a child?

Where did this idea come from? How long were you convinced of its truth? How did she influence your life? When did you realize it wasn’t true?

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