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I used to believe that if you peed in the toilet while someone was taking a shower at the same time, the pee would come out of the shower and whoever was in it would get drenched in your pee. This belief came from my mom telling me that when you flushed it went down the drain and also from this girl at dance claas saying don't drink the water fountain while someone flushed the toilet because then you would drink pee.
When I was about 4 or 5 I had had gone poop in the toilet and looking in the toilet after I noticed that it looked like teeth in my poop. Well I went running to my mom and she had to explain to me that it was my teeth it was only corn that I had eaten the night before. I really thought my teeth were in the toilet, I guess I hadn't noticed they were still in my mouth.
when i was 7, i spent the night at my friend's house. late that night i woke up and had to go to the bathroom. i got up and went and ended up pooping. all was fine until i went to flush. i noticed my poop was blue. i flipped out. why was my poop blue? it had always been brown before! there had to be a reason. and the only reason i could think of was i had a fatal illness that made poop blue. i woke up my friend and told her what happened. she told me she had used the bathroom earlier and HER poop had been blue too. we both started crying hysterically waiting for the end to come. finally her mom woke up and reminded us we had eaten blue ice cream for dinner. i have never eaten blue food again.
when I was little I thought only my race pooped and farted (Afro-Amaerican) .NOW I KNOW BETTER.
I thought boys had it made..they could not pee in their pants because they had to squeeze their penis to go.
I was jealous for years.
When I was little I always took off my shirt when I took a poop because i thought it would get stuck in my shirt and I wouldn't notice, I also thought that the people would laugh at me and i would not know why.
For the longest time I was convinced I was turning into a volcano. This was my rationalization of poop, which I always refered to as lava. When I had to go to the bathroom, I would announce that I had to go "be a volcano."
I used to belief that girls could go pee standing
exept that they would have to pull their penisout to pee, so i did that until 4th Grade
When I was little, I misunderstood the meanings of "Number 1" and "Number 2." Instead of using the terms for what I had to do, I used them for levels of seriousness. If I had to go really really really bad, I would yell "I have to do a NUMBER 7!
i used to believe that whatever i put in the toilet would end up in my mouth the next morning....i kept my poo in for a couple of days till my brother finally told me the truth......
From as far back as I can remember, I had always (up until I was 7 or 8 and in school) believed that urine was just the extra apple juice your body had not wanted. I also believed that saliva was apple juice that was stuck forever in your mouth.
when i was young i thought that since boys peed standing up and went #2 sitting down that girls must pee from their butts since they sat down to do both.
my grandmother told me that when you go "number 2", if you push you'd burst things in your head and die on the toilet. so as a little girl, it took me forever to go to the bathroom because i was afraid i'd die.
When I was real young like 4 or 5, I and a friend were in my room, and we both had to pee. So for some unknown reason I suggested we could go in the closet, and we did, one at a time, closing the door for privacy. I seem to remember that I thought it was okay to pee anywhere, because it would disappear after a while. Oh, I also remember peeing in the trashcan, again for no particular reason other than I had to go, and the bathroom was further away.
I went out with a guy in his early 20's (!!) who thought that women sat down to pee because they pee'd out their bottoms!
i used to beleive girls peed out their ass. some girls i knew had peed their pants and the wet stain would be on the back instead of the boys in the front.
When I was little i had a really bad habit of looking through the crack underneath the door when someone was going to the bathroom.. not being nasty or anything.. i was just little and wanted to "talk" to them.. Once when I was about 3 I did this to my papa and was shocked to see that his feet were pointed the wrong way to pee!! I informed him of this, but as the day went on .. I came to the conclusion, that when you get old it's really hard for you to sit down and get back ((i mean it was for my grandparents..i witnessed it all the time!!)) so when it came time to use the bathroom.. you just stood up to go pee that way it wouldn't take a long to get back up..
my poor mom had to explain otherwise to me when we got home that nite and she discovered me in the bathroom attempting to pee the way "papa and granny do's it"!!
When I was little,I thought there were little people inside me who would open a trap door and pour the pee out in tiny buckets.
When I first started learning about colonial times, and how the women dressed what with corsets garters and those humungous hoopskirts, I always wondered how on earth they went to the bathroom. As a little girl I wore dresses a lot, and it was always a hassle to go to the bathroom wearing one. It must have been super hard to do it when your dress stood out three feet on each side. I finally decided that colonial women learned how to hold all of their excrements all day, and at night when they took of all their clothes they would finally get to go to the bathroom.
I was a stupid kid.
When I was younger, I had a bedwetting problem and my mother used to put one of those puddle-pads on my bed at night. I grew out of this by the time I was about six, and once when I was probably around eight or nine I was at my grandparents' house. My grandma was putting what looked like a puddle-pad on my bed, and, infuriated that she would assume I would wet the bed, I cried out:
"Hey! I don't need those any more, what are you doing?!"
She couldn't stop laughing and finally explained that it was just a cotton pad to make the mattress more comfortable.