What silly thing has someone tricked you into doing or believing?
When I was 6 my brother told that if I mixed super glue with normal glue my hands wouldn't stick together. Well it ended bad.
I NEVER ATE CARROTS BECAUSE WHEN I WAS THREE MY COUSIN CATHERINE THREW UP AFTER EATING THEM. I DIDNT EAT CARROTS FOR FIVE YEARS SO MY MUM AND DAD SAID THAT IF I EAT MY CARROTS THEN I WOULD BE ABLE TO SEE IN THE DARK AND WOULD BE ABLE TO "DEFEAT THE BAD GUYS ON MY PS4" I BELIEVED IT AND NOTHING HAPPEND SO EVER SINCE THAT NIGHT (I LIKED CARROTS SURPRISINGLY)BUT FELT SAD THAT I HAD TO GET MY OTHER COUSIN BEN TO PASS THE REALLY HARD LEVEL. (ITS KIND OF A WEIRD STORY BUT ITS TRUE!!! )
my friend tricked me into thinking that she was a fairy and if i did her things for her (throw away her garbage, things like that) i would become a fairy, too.
my dad told me that if you drop bullets on the floor they go off so one time we were at acadmey and he drop bullets and i started running and mt family asked me why i was running and i told them and they started laughing
Bernie Sanders is telling me that I can get free healthcare, college tuition, free housing and he promises I'll have a job. I believe him even though he has absolutely no plan for doing any of these things.
that my summer camp teacher was going to take us to meet beyonce and cardi b.
My mom told me if i ient eat my greens the moon woul float out of orbet an crash in to me, just me an i woul die.
My sister once told me that the top of her closet led to Disneyland and that she went there once during naptime (we were like 3). I totally believed her and told her we had to go. We played this game on several occasions until the rack holding all of her clothes fell down. We ran downstairs, with the pole in hand and told my parents what had happened. They told me that the top of her closet would not lead to Disneyland, and I burst into tears. My sister admitted she thought that it was a game the whole time and did not think I believed her. It was a really funny experience, looking back!
I once showed my mom I know a little bit of vocals so she promised me she would send me th The Voice and the next day I waited so we could go there but it never happened
One of my cousins said I would get a cavity if I ate a piece of candy on Halloween because the monsters would come after me. I didn't eat candy for a week.
My mom told us during naptime that she coul tell that are eyes were not closed by the shadows on the wall. I started at the wall for hours with one eye closed to see how she could tell I was not napping. It did keep me quiet! If only I could have those naps back now!
Growing up I had an older cousin who was like a sister to me. I believed everything she told me and she abused that knowledge. The most outrageous thing I believed was the following. She convinced be that a large saw used for yard work hanging in the garage actually was used for decapitating people who trespassed. The reason the teeth on it were so large was because the neck bones were hard to saw and the rust was actually dried blood. I was gullible and terrified.
I told someone today if you say elephant REALLY slowly it will sound like guillable. So she sat down and said "E LE PH ANT, IT doesn't work" I was helpless
Watermelon seeds when I was little my brother tricked me into thinking that they would grow in my stomach I still don’t eat watermelon
My older brother, when I was little, convinced me that this small plant was a tiny tree, and that the tiny things on it were miniature red apples. It was a hot pepper plant I quickly discovered.
My friends tricked me into saying, "I love you!" to a girl in an online game which I don't like at all.
Look up, look down, look left, look right.
Then they ask," Are you looking for a girlfriend?"
What someone tricked me into doing silly is that someone told me to ding-dong ditch someones house and I did it and I was like what the heck LOL!
been tricked numerous times by girls that they like me emotionally. does that count?
My mother encouraged me to work hard in 湖北体彩app by telling me that each student has a secret bank account and each good grade I get for each class is money earned.
Dude my orchestra teacher told the class to look away to show the basses the finger pattern but it was using his middle finger he tricked the whole class except for me and my friend we never looked away teehe hope he doesnt see this
That the moon does get blue sometimes just like it does turn red for it to be called a bloody moon
My brother made me thing he had another life and I belived him. Now I think back and it's really funny.
When I was a LOT younger, my family would take trips to se Grandma, about 60 miles north of where we lived.
Grandma lived on an in-town acreage, just down from Reservoir Hill. My cousins and I always used to make the climb up there whenever we visited. We were always told, "look out for the bull!" (My grandma's neighbor did have cows, and sometimes they were out, which made the bull a real concern.) So, with one keeping lookout, up the hill we went.
After a couple of excursions, we got really good at avoiding the cowpies on our way up the hill.
It was good to sit up on the reservoir on a Summer's day, and feel the breeze. It was a calming effect.
Down the hill we went after a while of being up there. Once again, one of us kept lookout. Years passed, and we all got older. Before my grandma passed away at 97, I found out that the only bull that ever existed was in the minds of the people telling the tale.
I get a little chuckle time to time, when I think of it. For years, my grandparents, aunts and uncles really put one over on us kids.
"Watch out for that bull, he's really mean! He'll tear you up!"
"Okay, Grandma. We'll be careful!"
my very weird friends tricked me into beleiving that their nicknames on kahoot are wrong