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When I was about 7, my family and I moved into a new house. I immediately began exploring, seeing what each room contained. However, I forgot to check one, and for the next few months, I was terrified of what might be in there because I had no idea what the room was.
Eventually, I built up the courage to check it out, armed myself with a rolling pin, and burst through the door of our house's third bathroom.
I used to believe that all sponges were still alive and that we just plucked them out of the ocean & used them. I believed that til i was 39.
One hot summer's day my dad asked me if I'd make him a water, but to make sure the water was cold he told me to 'let the tap run'. Seeing as the tap was a stationary fitting I of course found this very confusing...
When I was 8 I used to believe that there are devils in the bath tub! Till now (i am 14) i check if there is any devil there!!
i used to believe that the water ion the toilet after you pee goes up to the faucet it was just filtered. so when ever i brush my teeth and some one goes to the bathroom to pee... i wanna vomit.....ewwww
When I was little there was a TV commercial for Mr. Bubble bath bubbles for kids. In the commercial, if the little boy churned the water enough, Mr. Bubble would appear. My mother was not at all pleased to find sudsy bath water all over the bathroom after I talked her into buying me some Mr. Bubble.
I used to believe that if I close my eyes while in the shower, Freddy Kruger would come and kill me
When I was little taking a shower i would always look down at the dripping water down the drain sometimes. and the water that was just about to fall looked like eye balls and i thought it was a monster staring at me. I was freaked out.
Growing up, my family's bathroom was all in pink, as was the style at the time. And every once in a while, I would find a piece of pink toilet paper floating in the bowl with a darker red circle on it. I thought it had something to do with the pink dye turning red in this pattern when it got wet. So little scientist that I was, I would drop hundreds of sheets of toilet paper into the bowl, one by one, and watch to see if the red circle would manifest when the ink got wet.
I forgot all about that at some point. Years later, coming home from college, I observed my mother walk into the (no longer pink) bathroom, put on her lipstick, grab a sheet of toilet paper and blot her lips on it. Voila! Mystery solved. Red lipstick on pink toilet paper.
Our sinks in the bathrooms at primary school made a lot of noise when the water was going down the plughole, so we all thought creatures like little turtles were in the pipes and drinking all the water. We were only 6 at the time!
When I was 3 or 4, I asked where the bath water when when the drain opened. My Dad told me a big frog drank it all. For a couple years I was terrified to take a bath beacuse I thought the frog was going to swallow me.
Ww went to a shopping mall when I was about five years old, and my mom asked me if I had to go to the restroom. I belived that she was asking me if I wanted to sit and rest. I pictured a large room with lots of couches and chairs for people to sit on if they got tired from their shopping. I told I didn't need to rest and wasn't tired, but she then told me that a restroom was the same thing as a bathroom.
Until about 6 months ago (I'm 21), I believed a bidet was used to wash your feet in.
I used to believe that the reason toothpaste was effective was because of how it burned in my mouth. So it effectively burned the plaque and germs away. Same with Listerine.
I used to be super paranoid about weird things happening to me when I was little.I used to think my eyeballs were going to fall out while I was in the shower.It's funny,my mom used to have to take me a shower till I was like in the First grade.
i used to believe that if i used the showerhead in the shower it would be the devil giving me a massage
i used to believe that when you flushed the toilet and you turned on the water in the bathroom sink that it was the water from the toilet!!!!! i'm wierd i know
When I was young I believed razors were little vaccum cleaners that sucked the beard off. I remember trying it after my father shaved and consequently had a bloody cheek.
For a good chunk of my childhood, I was extremely leery of taking baths, and when I did, I refused to put my head in the water. My reasoning? I was certain that the water could seep in through my ears and drown me by suffocating my brain.
When I was young, I read something in a book by a Brittish author which said that in a submarine, food was stored anywhere possible, even "in the toilet". Not knowing that they ment the bathroom, I was confused why they would keep food in a toilet,
because did they bother to take it out before they flushed or not, and I wondered why they didn't cosider this metod of storage unhealthy.