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When I was younger, I used to think that people with different colored skin had different color poops.
I used to think girls peed from their butt.
When I was about 11, my neighbor told me a story about a parrot that sits hidden inside your toilet, and when you are going to the bathroom it will come up and bite your rear, so I never sat down on the toilet, i squated until one day I was so tired that I forgot to squat and I just sat down, and nothing happened. I wasn't scared anymore!
I used to believe that if you sat on the toilet too long that a Naked Mole-Rat would come out of the hole at the bottom and hurt/eat you.
My sister believed, til she was almost an adult, that if she peed in the pool, it would cause a reaction that would turn the water red and everyone would know. I guess mom told her that to make sure she got out...
My granny told me and my siblings and cousins that we'd get warts if we peed in the road.
It wasn't true..lol
That poop was pee, in solid form
I used to think "dung" was a type of chocolate (thank you, neopets). One time I went camping, and I REALLY had to poop, so I ran into a forest and...yeah, and it was kinda embarrasing so I smushed it with a stick.
20 minutes later, my cousins [from england] and I decided to take a walk in the forest. My oldest cousin shouts, "Watch out! Don't step in that dung!"
I thought he meant don't step in it or it won't be ok to eat. I was so proud of myself! I created chocolate by pooping! So instead of stepping in it, I picked it up and took a bite...and then barfed all over the place 10 minutes later.
SINCE I WAS ABOUT 5 I WAS CONVINCEDWOMEN PEE OUT THERE BUTT, THOUGH CRUSHING THAT BELEF I WONDERED HOW THEY PEED AND POOPAT THE SAME TIME THEN AT ABOUT AGE 7 I FOUND OUT THEY HAD VJAY-JAYS.......
When I was about 4 I saw a man in a wheelchair and thought that everyone should just be lazy and should have a wheelchair with a potty in it. I also thought that everyone should give me a pound coin so I could be rich and I thought it was mean of them not to!
When I was four years old, my brother was six. He had to get a circumcision due to some complications. I asked my mom why they had to do it and she told me it was because the pee wouldn't come out. That led me to believe that after you were born you had to be taken back to the hospital to get pee and poo holes put in. I guess they just waited a little longer for my brother.
Wait, wait, wait. People "used to" believe that if you pee in a pool the water would turn a certain color...That's not true?!
I used to believe that white people had white poo.
My mom used to say that if I said bad words, poop would appear in my mouth
when i was little, i had a very active imagination. i used to believe that inside my bum, there was a little village, and everything was made out of poo, even the people and houses which i thought were log cabin style. and when it came time for me to poo, a tornado would come through the village and tear everything apart. the parts that were flown away with the tornado would end up being the ones that ended up in the toilet.
i beleived that when i pooed and weed the poo was wee.
When I was little, ( i dont know how old for sure) but my mom told me that my dad used to work in a sewer plant. I thought that he worked at this building with orange tubes sticking out of the ceiling. Well I thought that whenever someone pooped it would go down the toilet pipes and down the orange tubes into an orange bucket. Once it got there i thought it was my dads job to pick out the corn chunks and all that stuff in there. I just barely realized thats not how it works and i am now 12. wow. lol : )
My family used to tell me that if you played in the campfire, you would wet your bed at night.
Never actually happened, but I was VERY careful to use the restroom before I fell asleep.
I never knew why boys had to lift up the toilet seat...until my friend told me that boys had bad aim.
When I was little (under the age of 5) I thought that a persons poop was the same color as their skin. And since I am African American, I would always want to see the poop of a person of a different race,