When we’re young and adults tell us tall tales to scare us, we usually believe them. We all know what it’s like to stuff our faces at a cookout and then have adults tell us we have to wait 30 minutes before going into the pool.
While some of the little white lies we’ve been told as kids seem pretty believable, we learn later on in life that they are all pretty damn stupid–and, wonder how the f**k we spent so much time believing them. Thanks to Twitter, we can feel dumb as a collective group of gullible idiots, rather than alone. Thanks, Twitter!
I believed that quicksand was going to be much more of a problem. #DumbThingsIBelieved
— Karen (@kadelopa) August 5, 2018
You had to wait an hour to swim after eating
— That PA Dude (@Mr_GuyWise) August 5, 2018
When an ice cream truck played music it meant it was out of ice cream. Thanks, Mom. #DumbThingsIBelieved
— Jacqui ?Is it wine o’clock?? (@heyjacqui_) August 5, 2018
#DumbThingsIBelieved That if I tied the same shoe first every day the other one would be sad.
— Hobo With a Zagnut (@Tilt_A_Squirrel) August 5, 2018
Black and white pictures were because everything used to be black and white. #DumbThingsIBelieved
— Luke, Deft ? (@LukeWheeler01) August 5, 2018
— Katterday Funny (@KatterdayFunny) August 5, 2018
That swallowing watermelon seeds would make one grow in your tummy
— Marina A. (@adorkableNcute) August 5, 2018
Turning the light on in the car would cause your dad to wreck and kill everyone. #DumbThingsIBelieved
— Blonde Ambition?♀️ (@CrzyCharly) August 5, 2018
I would have my life figured out by the time I was 30. #DumbThingsIBelieved
— Ms. Dreamer? (@JadeneNance) August 5, 2018
If you unscrewed your bellybutton, then your butt would fall off… #DumbThingsIBelieved
— oorannob (@jvbt82hhs) August 5, 2018