Sometimes it takes something like a hashtag to remind us of days gone by, when we were all totally ignorant about the world and would believe anything our parents told us.
#AsAChildIUsedToThink has been taking Twitter by storm as tweeters share the embarrassing tales of things they actually believed when they were little.
Some were adorably ignorant:
#AsAChildIUsedToThink I should write into Jim'll Fix It and ask to meet Rolf Harris.— David Quainton (@Davidlost) January 22, 2016
#AsAChildIUsedToThink my mum was a superhero after I found masks, whips and handcuffs in her wardrobe— Hashtag Darren (@hashtag_darren) January 22, 2016
#AsAChildIUsedToThink that a little man used to live inside my granpa's radio
(sorry bout the broken radio)— ziam22222 (@ziam22222) January 22, 2016
#AsAChildIUsedToThink spankings and naps were the worst but now I welcome both!— SarahJoyous (@Sarah_Joyous) January 21, 2016
#AsAChildIUsedToThink All drinking and driving was illegal.
Mom, put down that Sprite! You wanna get arrested?!— Bama Nurse (@bama_nurse) January 22, 2016
While some were ridiculously relatable:
#AsAChildIUsedToThink there were people inside traffic lights, pushing buttons.— Kelsie May (@kelsiemaymusic) January 22, 2016
#AsaChildIusedtoThink that choosing an MSN display name was the most important life decision I'd ever have to make 🖥— AJ (@MrT_AJ) January 22, 2016
#AsAChildIUsedToThink people that died in movies volunteered to literally die— bren in the am. (@bananstagram) January 22, 2016
#AsAChildIUsedToThink that I was living in my own 'Truman Show' and that the film was a clue sent by the producers of the Jess Show— Jess Parkhouse (@Jesss_Parkhouse) January 22, 2016
And some were just too damn real.
#AsAChildIUsedToThink That when we voted, we were really choosing the government.— King Nurk (@kingnurk) January 22, 2016
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