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When I get in the shower and the water is cold, I change the temperature as quickly as possible. Why? Becasue i've always been scared of cold shower water. Not cold sink water, just shower water. For some unknown reason, I feel like there are dead bodies soaking in the cold water, but not the warm water.
do you remember Aladdin by disney?
if so, do you remember the evil guy when he was pretending to be the old old man in the celler to trick aladdin?
well i was So so scared of him and until i was about 8 or 9 or maybe even 10, i thought that old man lived in the cupboard, so i would always run in and out of the bathroom as if he was going to open the cupboard to grab me.. -shiver- i still think that guys is scary tho.. =D lol
I used to believe that water from the drain in the bathtub all went to China. I've subsequentialy installed that belief in my own son and only today considered whether Chinese parents tell their children that water from the bathtub all flows to America.... hehehe
One bathtime when I was 4 there must have been rust in the pipes or something because the water came out slightly reddish-brown. I assumed we were getting ginger ale to bathe in.
I honestly used to believe that whenever water was draining- be it in a toilet, a shower, whatever- the swirling water could quite possibly create a tornado. When showering I had this intense fear that a tornado would form behind me, where the drain was. I believed this until I was at *least* nine and it still gives me the creeps.
My Grandmother used to dry her nylon stockings on a rack in her bathtub. When the shower door was closed I could see them faintly through it. I was terrified of the vague shadowy shapes even though I wasn't sure what they were. But I knew they were bad. I would try to be as silent as possible when using the bathroom. And when I flushed, I ran out as quickly as possible.
I used to think that if you stayed in the bathtub while the water was draining that you would get sucked down.
So my mum would rip the plug out and I would scream and leap out of the bath and she'd just be laughing.
After watching the movie, 'The Blob'. I thought whenever you went to the bathroom or washed your hands, the blob would suck you down the drain and eat you.
I was terrified to use our bathroom in the middle of the night. I was so scared I would hide underneath a blanket and creep across the floor, and then look both ways before crossing the dangerous hallway back to my room.
I used to think that when I went to sleep,a mummy came out of my toilet,and came into my room.
My favorite show when I was little was 'REN n STIMPY' Well... they had this show where an OX would come out of the toilet for like Christmas time or something like that. I used to think it was sooo weird and I was also afraid of the little OX thing. So whenever I would go to the bathroom and right when I was done I would wash my hands and flush the toilet and run out cause I was scared the OX was gunna get me!! :(
I used to believe that if I closed my eyes when I was in the shower that when I opened them again the shower water would be blood.
I used to believe that a little gnome on a bike heated the water in our house. The hotter I turned the faucet, the harder he had to peddle. When I was in a good mood, I would take a cold shower to give the little guy a break, but when I was pissed, I would literally burn myself just to make him work his butt off.
My older Brother told me when i was 5 or 6 that if I stayed in the bathroom too long dracula would come up the drain to eat me.
okay, up until I was like 7, I used to believe that the shower head was looking at me, so I never look a shower and I would never go into the bath!
I was always a fraidy cat when i was little but the thing that i was most afraid of was the bathroom i didnt understand that the pluming was different from my idea i alway thought if you went to the bathroom and flushed it would come up in the bath tub
When I was little (and this only happened in my own house) if I went into the bathroom and the shower curtain was closed, I would yank it back to make sure there wasn't anyone there, waiting to kill me while I was peeing. Sad thing is, I'm 16 and I still do it.
While in the church bathroom i shouted bloodymary, bloodymary, bloodymary and waited for that one evil lady to pop her grody head out of the urinal. It never came.
When I first used conditioner for my hair, I believed that I had to put it on first, then the shampoo.
when i was little, my dad used to wash my hair, and he used to joke about shampoo being "burning eye soap" and that it would melt down my eyeballs if it got in my eyes. to this day i refuse to let my dad come near me with any soap of any type.