What were you suprised to find out was really something else after you had mistakenly thought it was one thing for such a long time?
Can’t think of anything that fits that description.
It happens occasionally — and I shouldn’t ever be surprised. It’s usually something that I was told, that I believed because I trusted the speaker. I’ve never quite lost my gullibility.
When I was in high school, my boyfriend dared me to have a bite of his father’s sweetbreads. I thought they were quite tasty and it was not until YEARS later that I discovered they weren’t actually BREAD.
My experience was similar to Bev’s. I would make my friends cringe by eating lamb’s tongue in front of them. I would not do that today. I realized lamb’s tongue is REALLY lamb’s tongue.
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