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I used to not know men peed standing up.
I used to believe that when you flushed the toilet all of the water (and everything in it) would travel through a pipe to two men who had to strain out the poop so the rest could come back up to the toilet. I have no idea why I thought this...
When i was young i used to believe that beautiful girls never pee or defecate because God made them special as His angels. So i thought only ugly girls does that.
I used to believe that women urinated from their butts, because they sat down to pee.
I used to believe that tampons were the greatest invention on earth, as it allowed women to pee without going to the bathroom.
Thats what I get for being a guy.
When I was little I dreamed of becoming a movie star someday. One of the benefits that I thought I'd enjoy as a movie star was not having to poop anymore. I thought movie stars couldn't possibly have to do that. Since then someone has told me that actresses in the movies have to poop just like the rest of us do. I still wonder, though.
As a child I was absolutely certain that my anus could not possibly open wide enough to let out even a typical sized turd, not to even mention an especially large one. So I was sure that when one pooped, turds somehow magically materialized outside one's anus, giving only the illusion that they actually came out through it. Funny how i never thought to wish that they would materialize just a tad farther out from my anus, so I'd never have to wipe my butt!
When I was a little girl, my sister once told me that nobody poopooed except for me. And it must have been for years that I believed her!
When I was in the third grade, I was in a new school, as my family had moved to a new city. The first (and it turned out only) time I ever ventured to take a poo at school that year, I went to the girls' room and a frightening thing happened to me for the first time (and so far luckily the worst time so far). Just as my turd was well on its way out, a sudden sharp and painful cramp of some kind overtook my anal region (and a good portion of my butt cheeks, so it seemed). And my butt continued to feel an unprecedented strain for a while after I finished taking that crap. That bathroom had black toilet seats, which I had no memory or ever using before. So I figured that that sorely painful experience was somehow caused by the black toilet seat. To this very day when I find myself in a bathroom with black toilet seats and a "number two" that i can't possibly hold back until I get elsewhere, I won't use the seat - I raise it and sit on the rim. I know it sounds crazy, and everyone I've told about it says surely a thin hard toiet rim would be more likely to cramp my butt than any toilet seat. That sounds reasonable, but nonetheless, I still don't change my practice of raising any black toilet seat and sitting on the rim if it's a "number two" that I hafe to take there. By the way, recently I've started hiking some. Some of my companions in hiking seem amazed that a dainty properly raised lass like myself is among those most at home "going" in the woods when necessary. I haven't told any of them yet that that comes from practice at pooing in the woods when that was sometimes the comparatively inviting alternative to using a black toilet seat!
i used to believe that all the poo that got flushed down the toliet would be washed into the middle of the ocean. and i neva eva went in more than three metre into the water for fear i might step on it.
When I was really young, I accidently walked into a men's toliet in the shopping centre and didn't see any toliet stalls. I thought that men and boys only pee, and it was only girls that did 'number 2s' because they had toliet stalls.
Untill I was around 5 I didn't want to go to the bathroom, because each time I went, I thought I was losing a part of my body, and that eventually I would be no more. So one day, I decided to never, ever go to the bathroom again... I held it in for as long as I could (number 2). Then I didn't have to go anymore. Later that week I got sick, they took me to the doctor, and boy was I embarassed.
My cousin Tiffany is a good bit younger than I. As a very young child she learned the word Mildew, but was confused about its meaning. One time, while she still needed help with going to the potty, she said "I'm about to mildew in my pants!" On helping her to the potty I found that she was using "mildew" to mean "poopoo" or "doodoo".
this isnt my own belief, but my brother wore diapers until he was about 3 because he was afraid to use the toilet because he feared that when he took a poo that his skeleton would come out with it.
I used to believe that if you made a peeing or pooing noise (such as the pee hitting the water in the toilet or your turd splashing) in a public restroom that people would think you were rude and disgusting when you walked out of the stall.
For years i sat in an awkward fashion at school, trying to angle my pee to make sure no one heard it hitting the water!
I used to believe that only 'poor' people had to go to the bathroom, that 'rich' people didn't.
I remember once a friend of mine told me that when ever you hold in your pee it would make your balls stronger
I know a girl who seriously used to believe that boys peed out of their belly buttons. She was about 30 years old. Can we say gullible?
I used to believe that urine was green. It wasn't until I was about ten years old that I realized that this was because our toilet bowl was blue.
I used to believe that poo is stored in hips.