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31 adults share the funniest misconceptions they had as children.

31 adults share the funniest misconceptions they had as children.

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In times like these I especially miss the sweet, ignorant innocence of youth! I wish I could go back to thinking there were "monsters" under my bed, and not just a bunch of dust bunnies that I've been procrastinating cleaning for 6 years.

Someone asked Reddit: "what was the biggest misconception that you had as a child?" These 27 adults share the funniest things they believed when they were kids:

1.) From Yeet_machine27:

Underneath the floor of a building was just an endless void. I thought people who replaced floors were incredibly brave so I always told my parents I wanted to replace floors.

2.) From thenewfrontiersman88:

That people of other races just had different levels of being tanned.... found out in the mall that I was wrong

3.) From MMMLG:

I thought having a job was just you picking a company you like, waltz in, find an empty spot and start doing something. I had no concept of interviews, tests, and all the paperwork involved.

Sources: Reddit
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