We usually keep the characters and stories from our childhood safe and sacred just like dinosaurs that we’ve never seen before or Santa Claus that we’ve had to relegate as fiction. Yet there are times when we are slapped across the face with some harsh truths about childhood beliefs we hold dear.
For example, while we blissfully think the coyote will always be running after the speedy roadrunner, the fact of the matter is that the roadrunner’s top speed is 42 km/h while the coyote in pursuit can go for up to 69 km/h. Maybe ignorance is bliss, after all!
The next time you see a Frying Nemo restaurant, go for their bestseller.