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I used to believe that old people didn't pee because I never saw my grandparents use the bathroom.
I used to believe that when my mother went to the bathroom to pee - she would pee out her butt.
When I was little, my dad put up a bookshelf in our bathroom so we could read while we did our business. I used to sit for hours on the toilet reading, and when my mom was fed up, she told me if you sit too long on the toilet, your guts fall out. I believed it until recently.
I used to believe that I was just another one of the guys and I copied everything my brothers did. One day I saw one of my brothers pee standing up and proceeded to attempt to do so as well, but it didn't turn out too successfully.
i used to think poo was a worm in me that ate leftovers that my tummy didnt want, that was full and left.
I used to believe that every time I cried I had to pee because God wanted me to forget about whatever it was I was upset about.
Up until about kindergarten, I took a crap sitting facing the toilet tank. I believed that if I din't sit in this position, something horible would hapen to me.
my mum always told me that if i sat on the toilet for too long reading books that a piece of skin would grow across my butt and i would never be able to poop again
Someone once told me that if your pee was too yellow that meant you weren't drinking enough milk. Since I hated milk as a child (and still do) I was terrified that something was wrong because my pee was yellow.
when I was young, I thought girls didn't poop, only peed. I don't know why I thought that.
A friend of mine told me about a girl who, when they were around 5 or 6, was utterly convinced that pee was actually lemonade, but only when it was a man's pee. This girl claimed to have seen a video of it, confirming her belief. my friend and I still laugh about this today.
A boyfriend I used to have told me about something he believed when he was little. He went with his parents to the Walter Reed Medical Museum in Washington, DC. There were a lot of body parts in jars.
He knew most of the parts, like the lung or the leg. He asked his mother about the contents of a particular jar. "That's what makes you pee."
So for years he thought that a bladder in a jar in Washington, D.C. was a kind of central controller that determined when everyone in the United States had to urinate. I guess it would make sense, so not everyone would rush to the toilet at the same time.
I used to think that celebreties and other famous people never used the bathroom! i guess the belief emerged out of the fact that at that point they hardly showed any actors or actresses visiting the bathroom in a movie!
I used to believe that you couldn't be thisty and have to pee at the same time.
I used to believe that you pooed whatever you ate for dinner the night before. For example, if you had a hotdog on a monday at 6 pm you would poo on tuesday at 6 pm and it would be that hotdog. I guess I had forgotten about the poo that came from breakfast and lunch...
When I was young, my mother told me that all people should poop at least once a day. I never pooped every day, so I, naturally, freaked out when she told me this, and tried very hard to poop every day. When I couldn't I thought I was constipated, and that constipation was a disease!
I know better now....
I used to believe that when I peed the pee was really being thrown bucket by bucket by little elves that lived inside of me.
When I was little, I thought that diarrhea was a mixture of poop and pee.
i used to worry that if i tried to push too hard when i was going to the bathroom (#2) that i might accidentally have a baby.
I used to take showers with my dad. Sometimes, when soaping up, water streamlets would run off his elbow. I was always so disappointed I couldn't pee out of my arm too.