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As a child I lived in a cottage with a bath in the kitchen on the ground floor. One day a bee crawled up the plug hole from outside. My sister and I (we were 3 and 5 at the time) were bathed together and from then on neither of us would be last out of the bath as we believed the bees would get us when the plug was pulled.

Anon
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The sea was there because I left a tap dripping all night.

wolfie
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When I was little I used to believe that when I took a bath and I was still in the tub when I pulled the drian I would be sucked down the drain and noone would ever be able to find me.

Oralee
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I used to always get out of the bath before pulling th eplug as I used to believe that all of the spiders who had disappeared down there could come back up as the water went down.

Toad
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I used to believe that I would be sucked down the drain when my mother would unplug the bath to let the water out.

Kathryn
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when i was little i used to think that you would have to get out of the bath when your fingers went wrinkly or your entire body would go wrinkly to.

begorum
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I used to think Colgate's "Total" toothpaste would be different colours all in the one tube. An older ad for it showed them squeezing it out of the tube, and it was different colours each time. A few months later I stayed over at someone's house and they had the toothpaste. Much to my disappointment, it came out white, and only white, just like the boring toothpaste I had at home.

Anon
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After watching a skit about a drain monster on the old Nickelodeon show 'You Can't Do That On TV' I was scared to death to take a shower. I still took them but i made sure that i was as far away from the drain as possible so the 'drain monster' couldn't attack me. This belief haunted me until the age of 10! I was absolutely horrified!

Brittney
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When I was 5 I used to believe that when I flushed the toilet the 'Flushie Monster' would get me so I never used to flush the loo if I could get away with it. My Mum used to tell me off so much that I had to flush, so I would make sure the toilet door was open so that I could run out before the @Flushie Monster' could get me. Even now I cannot go into the toilet nless the light is switched on and Im 33.

Billy Rooks
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How about that fish that blinked at you from the plug-hole when you were cleaning your teeth,and it would somehow jump out and bite you if you weren't careful!

viv
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When I was a nipper, I used to believe that there was a
Drain Draggon who lived in my Bath. When the water went down
the overflow and made that gurggle noise, I used to think that it
was the drain monster drinking my bath water.

Susan Hynes
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I used to believe that if i didn't check behind the shower curtain everytime i used the bathroom someone malevolent would be behind it and would get me at a very vulnerable moment...each time i'd stand at the threshold of the bathroom and psyche myself up to run in a grab the curtain to check...i still do it sometimes in stranger's bathrooms...

Wolfgang
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when I was younger(about 3or 4), my mom read me the Chronicles of Narnia.
I used to think that if I didn't get out of the bathtub quick enough one of those evil centaur thingies
would pop out of the drain pipe

Jules
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When I was young, I was convinced that if I didn't get downstairs again before the toilet stopped flushing, something terrible would happen. It did a couple of times when I slipped and fell downstairs!

Bill Thompson
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I used to think bidets were for washing your face in. Even did once or twice until a cousin with slightly less prudish parents enlightened me... Gak !!!

Sir Raymond Mang III
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I used to think that bidets were for washing babies!

Helen
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I used to think that recycled toilet paper was literally that, i.e someone else had used the toilet paper it had been cleaned and passed onto another person.

Vicky
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when I was 4 years old,I am full of fear on bathing.My mother and my grandmother always told me if I wouldn't clean myself without crying,policemen would come and arrest me....

poorchild
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When I was little I remember going to my parents friends house. I had to use the bathroom and so i went upstairs but when I went to walk into the bathroom I saw Spiderman sitting in the bath tub. I turned round and ran down the stairs but I never said to anyone. I`m still not entirely sure as to what it was but it was definately wearing a spiderman suit. I think about this alot still (20 years on)

Boydy
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My Dad made my brother and I believe that he could eat the bubbles from our bubble bath. He used to scoop up huge armfuls and turn his back on us and make gobbling noises, and then turn back and they would be gone. We used to make him do it over and over - until we finally realised that he was just squishing them into his shirt...

Anon
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