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Between the ages of 4 and 12 I would think that everytime I flushed the toilet a small red dianosaur would come out and chase me from the toilet...
Most the time I didnt flush and if I did I would blot out of there

Madison
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i used to believe that if you pulled the plug out of the bath before you got out you would be sucked throught the drain by your toes. this was because all the water was sucked away and there was a whirlpool just above the plug

Anon
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When I was 6 I used to believe that all plumbers were secretly puffafish and thats why they had to work with water-related appliances etc. The next time our plumber came to install the shower I cried and hid in my room because I thought he was going to puff up and eat me

Dana
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I used to believe that Once you pulled the plug in the Tub after your done that you would get sucked down the drain..

Jonasfan
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When I was about 5 I saw the movie 'Piranha,' and then refused to take a bath because I believed they would come out of the faucet. My older brother confirmed my fear.

Joanna
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I used to think there were little people living in the drain, so when I took a bath I would pour extra soap down there for them.

T
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I use to believe alligators lived in pit toilets, like at some state parks. I refused to use the restroom there.

Princess Em
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I used to believe that bad guys could come up through the toilet. This came from speculation by my neighbor friend. Until I was about seven I would flush the toilet and then run out of the bathroom as fast as I could because flushing let them know you were there!

Anon
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I used to believe that the toilet wouldn't flush if the power was out.

rms
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I used to believe that there was a little man living in the bathtub drain who drank all the water when you unstopped the drain. If you didn't get out before all the water went down he would swallow you.

Anon
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I used to believe that the toilet flushed into hell and that if you were sitting on it when it flushed, the devil would grab you by the butt and pull you in.

Hell Girl
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When i was little i was always afraid of flushing the toilet. O thought there was a monster that would come up and bite your but, and in public restrooms in the regular stalls its was hard to turn around and look so id run out as fast as possible

Anon
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when I was very little I thought a monster lived down in the pipes under the toilet. Whenever I finished I had to get out of the bathroom as quickly as I could, because when I flushed all that pee or poop down onto his head he would come out and attack me.

Rosey
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when i was young i believed that Bert and Ernie from sesame street somehow was menacingly staring at me when i took a bath. Gave me a terrible fear of the bathtub.

Anon
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i believed that the bathroom was more magical than any other room in the house... so when i was little i would lock my self in the bathroom (away from my brothers) and i would fill up the sink with water to have pool parties with my dolls. i would pretend they were mermaids...

Emily
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After seeing the part of Jurassic Park where the man gets eaten in the bathroom I thought that if I went to the bathroom alone at night a T-rex head would come through the window and eat me. Why only at night, I don't know.

Britty
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Our toilet sometimes makes this noise that sounds like water running so when I was little and I'd hear that noise I thought a ghost was peeing in our toilet.

Britty
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When I was little I used to love having a bath, and would quite happily spend hours in there. Obviously fed up of this my mum told me that when my fingers wrinkled up, it meant I had to get out of the bath straight away. I accepted this without question.

I completely believed this until I was (shamefully) about 14 when my mum questioned why I had taken such a quick bath. My reply was "my hands were wrinkled..."

oh how she laughed...

Jade
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when i was little(4-5) i didn't wanna taka a shower cuz it seemed so big and i believed that it will crush me and eat me XD

dreamer*head
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When I was around 4 or 5, I had just learned how to take a shower. To help me feel more comfortable doing it on my own, my parents got a plastic cover for the shower head in the shape of a clown's face. He was smiling widely, and the water came through his open mouth.

It terrified me. I was convinced that it was alive and watching me, and if I took my eyes off of it for one second, it would seize the opportunity to attack. I remember groping blindly for shampoo and soap because I knew I could not look away if I wanted to escape the shower.

Kim
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