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Up until i was about 4, i thought u pooed out a baby. so everytime i went poo, i would check to see if there was a baby in the toilet. i was pretty messed up.
When I was 3, I walked into the toilet as my Brothers wife (yes my brother is nearly 20 yrs older than me) was taking a pee on the toilet. She used to wear low cut tops and expose her cleavage. The cleavage looked like an ass, so from then on I thought that women used to shit from between their tits. I know better now ;-)
One time, I was about two, I walked into the bathroom while my dad was in there. He was taking a leak, and since I was so little didn't really care I was in there (you're not supposed to remember things like that so young or something). I saw his penis and thought that all males could poo out their front end, too, because it looked like a big piece of it to me.
Once when I was about 4 or 5 I heard my grandmother telling my aunt that one of my other cousins had a tapeworm and when he went to go poo it started coming out and his mom had to pull it the rest of the way out. This scared me so bad that I thought if I went to go poo, a worm would come out of my butt too so I didn't poo for about 2 weeks. My mom finally took me to the doctor and he had to explain to me that I didn't have a tapeworm.
I used to believe, up until I was about 7, that boys could only pee if they were standing up and they held their penis and squeezed, like a water balloon. I thought this because that's how I always saw boys peeing. I also had only one sister, so of course, you get lots of crazy ideas about what boys are like.
When I was a little kid I used to think that poop was like stalactites and stalagmites inside your butt. Little tiny people that lived in your butt would come and chop them off with axes, causing you to have to go poop. Occasionally, one would be carried away with the poop and be flushed down the toilet, making me very sad.
I thought girls peed out of a little hairy stick that popped out of their bottom when they needed to go.
This was because I had been taken into the ladies when Iwas about 4 and had stood beside the toilet while my mum had crouched over the pan and had a pee.
What I had seen was her peeing and her pubic hair caught up in the flow and when she stopped it disappeared back up into her bum.
I thought that this stick popped out at the moment you started to pee and then disappeared again when you finished but how did it know when to pop out?
I thought this was the way girls peed until I was about 9 and saw a girl take her pants down in front of me and pee.
When i was young i thought girls had nothing in there crotch area, it was just flat smooth skin, i thought they peed from there butt
When I was little, I believed that when you went pee, your pee would be the same color as your last drink (i.e if you had grape soada, you would pee purple) Since I always drank lemonade (yellow) i never noticed that if i drank orange soda, my pee wasn't orange...
When i was about five, i used to think that if i strain too hard to get the poo out, i might poo out my brain.! I always did a few mathematics problems after going to the bathroom to make sure my brain was still there!
I used to believe that if a person had a tapeworm, they could squat over a pot of boiling cabbage and it would come out of them. I don't know why...
When I was little, I thought that digested food would stay in my stomach and play on and in my insides. They would form their own little communities, which usually consisted of a slide and a tent. When I got annoyed with one of them (they would talk to me, you see), I would tell them that it was time to be passed, and say my farewells to them. When they left, their girlfriend/mom/kids, etc..would get so upset that they would pass, too. I thought this was the natural progression of how people passed food.
Why yes, I was an odd child.
I use to believe if I had to pee real bad if I ate crackers it would soak it up
when i was VERY little i saw some white doggy poo and i thought that black people pooed white
When I was in the first grade, I believed it was against the rules to poo at school. Any time I felt the urge to do so, I would go to the school office and tell them I was sick and needed to go home. My mother eventually took me to see our doctor.
Fifty years later, I still will not poo anywhere but home.
I used to believe that if you peed and pooed at the same time something bad would happen. I wasn't sure what, but I did know that I didn't want to be sitting there if it turned out to be some sort of explosion!
when i was little I believed that you got diarrhea because a little ninja was inside your butt, cutting up the poop really quickly and making it all come out
when i was 3 or 4 i thought women pee'd out of their butt
When I was young I was told by my grammey and Mom that the proper term for going "poop" was that I need to go "grunny". The word "poop" was considered as serious as saying any other four letter word. I finally reached the age when I felt it was okay to ask why we use the term "grunny" instead of poop. I was told that my brother, seven years older, was making his first "BM" on the toilet and kept grunting. My grandmother therefor felt it necessary to coin the phrase "going grunny" and passed a family law that any other word used for "going grunny" would be punishable under the same sentencing laws as saying any of the other forbidden four letter words.
It literally took two years to admit to my wife that I didn't go poop as a kid--I "Went Grunny".
Needless to say my kids "go poop", Much to the disdain of my Mother. Ha, Ha. And my poor grammie (god rest her soul) is probably spinning in her grave.
Don't get me started on what we were to call our other anatomy and anatomical functions.
When I was about 8 and my sister was 7, my dad was playing The Sims. All of a sudden, his male character went into the bathroom and stood in front of the toilet. my sister asked "How come he's standing up?" and my dad said "sometimes men stand up when they go to the bathroom." we were both trying to figure out how men decided when to stand up and when to sit down, as if it was a preference.