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I used to believe that men urinated out of their belly buttons. I even tried it once.

Anon
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i believe that girls find their bellybutton as a "private part" because when they're showing,they immediatly put their shirts down,it's very odd

wtf?
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My girlfreinds Mum told her that if she played with her belly button her insides would fall out.

She still won't let me near it...

Divvy
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I used to think that the belly button was where babies came out of

amanda
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when i was about 5 my friend told me that there are certain green bugs that can crawl into your body through your belly-button and i still remember it sometimes and cover it:)

Anon
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when i was little i used to think that a baby was made by dirt in your belly button so every day i would go outside and put dirt in my belly button

lisa
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I used to, and still sorta do, believe that if I got poked too hard in the belly button it would unravel and all my guts would fall out!

I'm 15 now and still can't have anyone viciously poke my belly button(irrational I know!), but all my friends threaten me with it constantly!

Lindsay
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I used to think that If someone touched my bellybutton I wouldn't be able to breathe. And even to this day I don't let anyone touch my belly button,.

haha.

hgfdhdashleymkhjf
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i used 2 believe that when you touch a girls belly button, youre raping dem! girls are really sensitiv about their belly buttons tho...

amy
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I used to think that when you were ready to be born your mum would press her belly button and you would just pop out.

Aimee Sullivan
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When I was little I knew a man who were very little. He was not like the rest of us. I belived that when he was born he came out of the bellybottom.

Berit
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When I was about 4 years old, my mom said if I swallowed to much gum, my belly botton would get so big, you could see through!

Erica
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If you played with your belly button the knot that the midwife tied would come undone and all your insides would fall out. Even know I don't like my belly button being touched!!!

crazy_timbo
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once my family was on a really long car trip. so my brother was bored and i guess he wanted to mess with my head. so he told me,
"Hey, did u kno that when i was in mommy's tummy, i crawled out thru her belly-button and-"

being the smart seven-year-old i was, i immeaditly said, "Babies cant crawl out thru their mommy's belly buttons. Itz not possible."

"Yes it is. I was a really small baby, member? and im really smart. Anyway,I crawled out thru her belly, and i snuck on a plane and went to Hawaii and had sooo much fun and then...uh...i went to a football game but-

"Wait, were you invisible?"

"Nooooooo. ur not listening! i was just really really small, see? and so i just went and did all these things and then i just went back in mommy's tummy in time to get borned."

"oooooooo. right."

Im sure my parents were cracking up in the front seat.



this may sound weird, but at the time it seemed rational.
so i totally believed him.
but what's really sad is that i am TWO YEARS OLDER THAN HIM!

i guess older doesnt always mean ur wiser.


god i was so gullible.

JELLYBEAN22222
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When I was growing up, my Dad used to say that if you pushed your belly button, your legs would fall off. He would chase me and my sister, trying to push the belly button and we would go shriking through the house. I know that it is silly, but still to this day I don't let anyone touch my belly button. Unfortunately, my kids don't buy into that story so it is another memory that won't coninue.

Jeff
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I use to believe that there was a little city in my belly button. My older sister said that tiny people live there. I got so scared that I did not want to touch it.

Kara
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when i was young i used to think babys came out of belly buttons!!!!!

charlotte
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I used to believe that if I played around with my belly button too much, it would come undone and all my insides would fall out.

PhantomLover007
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You couldn't have your belly button covered for too long or it would be harder for you to breathe.

Jess
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My dad told me when I was about six that if you unscrewed your belly button then your bum would fall off....This was a constant source of worry for me for quite some time!

Kate
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