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I was always scared to take a shower because I thought a shark lived just below the drain. I could never close my eyes, I would watch for movement througth the holes in the drain, waiting for the shark to burst through.
I used to be terrified of taking baths because I was afraid that a giant shark would come up the drain and eat me.
I used to believe that when my mom said that I could "drown" in the bathtub, it meant that I would go down the drain.
I used to believe (like when I was 6 or so)that you had to wait 5 minutes before rinsing the conditioner from your hair in the shower, so whenever I'd have a shower, when I put the conditioner in, I'd wait for a while, then I'd call down to my mom, "IS IT TIME TO RINSE YET??" she had no idea what I was talking about, because I never told her I was having a shower or anything...
When I had to use the bathroom at my grandparents house when I was younger I had to bring an offering. You see in the light fixture there was a lot of dead flys and moths. I beleived they were the guardians of the bathroom. If I didn't bring something they would catch me and make me live in the ligt fixture forever!
When I was a kid, I believed that the way to get to the attic was through the bathroom sink drain. I would stare at the sink for hours trying to figure out how this worked. I finally asked my dad. His response: Counter-clockwise, of course.
i used to believe that a monster would come out of the showerhead if i closed my eyes but it couldnt hurt me if i touched something white, so i always made sure i was holding on to the tile in the tub to be safe.
when i was small, i used to think that the popular boys in my class had hidden cameras in the bathrooms of every girl to see which ones were the prettiest ones. That's why i had to undress very "sexily". Imagine a nine year old doing that...
when i was younger i thought that the restroom was a place where people went to lay down and rest. also, i belived that kindergarten was a garden for people to plant flowers and drink tea
I would think that if i was alone in the bathroom without a light on, i would get dragged away from a ghost from the underworld.
my grandmother being english told us many poems. one being that of not getting out of the tub you would go down the drain. to this day at age 48 i can't stand to be in the tub when the plug is pulled.from a book of poems i saw esau
I have a serious case of arachnophobia, so whenever I took a shower, I was always afraid that giant spiders would crawl up out of the drain and eat me alive. Even now, I still stare at the drain and stand as far away from it as I possibly can.
I believed that if I was sitting on the toilet while it flushed it would suck me down and I would have to live in the sewer.
i used to be scared to death of the sound of the last bit of water going down thre plughole. i'd race out of the bathroom n shout loudly whilsy covering my ears to i couldnt hear it.
At my grandmas house, and onlly at my grandma's house, I check behing the shower curtain before I go to make sure that there is nobody bad behind there.
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...
I used to believe that the drain in the tub would swallow me up with the water - as such, I always leapt out just before the water ran out, sometimes streaming water all over a surprised parent who had no idea why I was jumping out like a frightened frog!
I used to believe that the water closet was an actual closet. Out in the hallway of our house their was a little door that showed pipes and stuff which was exactly aligned with the bath tub.
I used to think that the Vacuum Cleaner was pronounced "BATHROOM CLEANER". This was re-inforced by the fact that my Mom kept it behind the door in the Bathroom.
My cousin said that if u pee in the tub when taking a bath, your skin would be smooth.