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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.
I used to think boys went "number two" with their pee pees.
If you pee your pants too many times, the pee-pee fairy will decide you can't handle the pee-pee you have and switch your gender.
When I was little, my brother and I both believed that "fat" people were like that because they never went "potty". This belief was reconsidered at age 8.
I used to think if White peoples poo was brown, then brown people's poo was white.
I used to believe pee was stored in your stomach and poo was stored in your back.
Up until about six, I use to believe that everyone had a different color of pee and I was stuck with yellow.
I use to believe (thanks Mom) that if I played with fire I would wet the bed.
We were told that if we peed in the pool you would get a red ring around your waste. Many frantic rushes to get out of the pool before it was too late.
When I was little, I used to think that there were little gremlins in my stomach that used gears to push out my poop. When I couldn't poop, I used to tell my parents that my "gears weren't working". Sometimes, I would encourage the little men by saying things like "you can do it!"