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Until I was a teenager, I believed the To Let signs on buildings and homes were signs for Toilets with the i missing. I couldn't understand when I was bursting for a pee, my mum wouldnt take me into one of them!
I believed that when I went #2 in the toilet a giant spider would come up from the hole in the bottom and bite my bum. Needless to say, I wasn't potty trained until I was 4.
I thought that there were little ant people in my stomach who lived a in a little hut and lived in family units. They dressed like peasants. Their job was to take the food I ate for themselves and make poop to push outside my body. When my cousin told me that if I ate seeds the fruit would grow inside of me, I purposely started eating watermelon seeds to reward the ant people for their hard work.
I used to think that our toilets flushed directly into the local lakes, and so when animals drank from the lakes, they were drinking my pee
I used to believe women would stop being potty-trained after a certain age because I saw all these commercials for 'diapers' (actually sanitary napkins).
I used to believe that teachers never went pee or poop. I used to think only normal people did. I believed this until my mom told me. I also found out went my math teacher said that even teacher need to pee and all of that.
I used to believe that when I flushed the toilet a shark would come out of it. I used to wash my hands then flush then run very fast.
When I was little,I believed our toilet was alive and would drink our pee and eat our poop.I feed it tissue paper as a treat
I used to think the ball sack was a bladder, it filled up with urine and overflowed through the penis, like a watering can.
I used to claim 'my bag was full' if I needed to go badly.
When I was a child I used to believe that only men would do the number two. I just couldn't imagine my mother doing that, so she and all women could only pee.
I used to think that diarrhea was a combination of poo and pee, which is why it was so runny. I had no concept of excremental anatomy and assumed that my anus and urethra were in the same place. When I found out that men peed out of their penises, I assumed that men were unable to have diarrhea because there was no opportunity for pee and poo to mix in that situation.
I am a girl who used to believe that if i practised hard enough I would be able to pee standing up like boys. I sat backwards on the toilet for a few weeks then progressed to squatting over the toilet while still facing backwards. Luckily I figured it out before I tried it from a distance.
I used to think that germs just grew on your hands when you went for a poo, I didn't realise that wiping was the reason we washed our hands.
I used to believe that when I had a really painful bowel movement it was because I didn't chew my food well enough- particularly chips.
My mother had convinced my brother and me that, if we played with fire during the day, we would wet our beds at night... we would laugh at her, but you wouldn't catch us playing with matches if our lives depended on it...!
I used to take my gum out of my mouth before I went to the bathroom because I thought it might get sucked down and out somehow.
I used to believe there were tiny people inside of you that would put you pee and poop in buckets attached to a looped conveyor belt and that explained how it all came out :)
i used to believe that there were little men inside my body who opened and closed valves in me to separate food and drinks, which is how you get pee and poo.
When I was little I thought girls didn't pee. My Mummy told me girls didn't have willies, so how could they right?
I used to believe that the earth was in this large toilet bowl and that when it rained it was God that peeing on us.