11. This makes baby carrots much less cute.
I didn’t know baby carrots came from full size carrots until very recently.
— Emma Teitel (@EmmaRoseTeitel) October 16, 2018
12. This would truly be disturbing.
I thought artichoke hearts were from an animal that I pictured as being similar to an armadillo. I thought it was friggen disgusting that people would buy a jar of that.
— Nathan Holmes (@Holmeskillet26) October 17, 2018
13. This pickle of a misunderstanding.
I was 18 or something like that when I learned pickles are made from cucumbers. It absolutely blew my mind. I guess I had operated under the assumption that pickles were just picked from trees or something.
— Brian Platt (@btaplatt) October 16, 2018
14. This early morning epiphany.
Breakfast was breaking the fast.
— Lisa Christiansen (@LisachristCBC) October 16, 2018
15. This bit of bell pepper trivia.
That all colored bell peppers are the same, just different stages of ripeness.
— Rich Dembowski (@dembojr14) October 16, 2018
16. This mistake is all over the map.
OH! Every map of the US (like the one below) led me to believe that Alaska was right next to Hawaii and I didn’t learn til last week that Alaska is no where NEAR the other states pic.twitter.com/YMFfdo1b9l
— Chaotic Tequila Motel (@pecamp18) October 17, 2018
17. You can hear Baby Boomers facepalming.
The Beatles. Never even noticed that it wasn’t spelled “Beetles”. Then it dawned on me “ohhhhh because beats and music and *facepalm*”.
This happened *way* too recently.
— Louis-Martin Parent (@lmparent) October 16, 2018
18. ‘France is bacon.’
Not mine, but I think about “France is Bacon” quite a lot. pic.twitter.com/8AI1ilARHc
— Luke Peristy (@Luke_H_Peristy) October 16, 2018
19. Something someone who cheers during ‘Wheel Of Fortune’ should know.
I thought the Wheel of Fortune host’s name was Patsy Jack until I was 19. My roommate at the time informed me it’s actually Pat Sajak after I yelled at the tv screen “Yeah Patsy Jack!”
— Brittany Hobson (@bhobs22) October 16, 2018
20. This hilarious mispronunciation.
I thought “misled” was pronounced “mizzled” to rhyme with “fizzled”. I knew what it meant and if I heard someone say “X was mis-led” I understood that too as the past tense of “mislead”. I just never put them together until I was about 14.
— Zoe Samuel (@zoe_samuel) October 17, 2018