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When i was little i thought that a "vachina" was where the pee came out from girls
Whenever my family and I went on roadtrips and someone had to go to the bathroom, we would stop at the nearest gas station. My mom would then take me into the handicapped stall, and more often than not, the toilet was clogged or spattered with poo/pee toilet water. For the longest time, I thought that all handicapped people always had dierhea.
I used to believe the notice on toilet seat protectors saying: 'Provided by the Management for Your Protection.' meant that there was a government agency called the management for your protection
When I was little my auntie told me that eating beets would turn my poop pink. So I ate the beet, ran in the house five minutes later, and almost immediately told her she was wrong.
I believed that if you ate while pooping it would immediately go right through you, so I never did and still don't
When I was 4 or 5 I thought there were little elves inside my body that helped me poop. It was like a little factory and each one would turn a crank or something to move things along. I think I watched too much Fraggle Rock.
When my brother was little, for whatever reason he ha an aversion to pooping. After a few days my mom became concerned and told him "Tyler, I know you need to poop"
To which my brother replied "NO I DONT I HAVE A CROUTON IN MY BOTTOM"
To this day I dont know exactly what he meant by that but he's 25 now and we still don't let him forget that.
I used to believe that if somebody peed in the pool there was a chemical that would turn the water purple and everyone would know who it was.
i used to think that your butt cheeks is where your poop was stored.
When I was young I overheard my mom talking about boul buddies. When I heard this I thought she meant that her boul had a buddy soo I asked her when is your boul's buddy coming over. She gave me the most wierd look ever and luaghed!!!!
Turns out she was talking about a type of cookie that helps you go to the bathroom called boul buddies.
I used to believe that news readers didn't go to the toilet as I never saw them get up to go. I also believed that famous actors and actresses, pop stars, famous sports stars, nuns, monks, priests, bishops, the pope, the royal family and politicians never went to the toilet or farted.
I used to believe that when you went to the bathroom, more specifically when you were pooping, you had to do the belly roll at the same time. I was probably 8 years old when I realized these were actions that could be performed indepently of each other.
I was convinced that if my sister and I concentrated hard enough, she could pee for me if I was busy or too lazy to get up and go to the bathroom. Poor girl, she sat on that toilet forever while I berated her for not concentrating enough.
When I was younger I had chronic bladder and urinary tract infections which made me have accidents even while in elementary school because I would hold it as long as I possible could due to it being painful to pee, which also attributed to a pee-pee dance you could find me doing often.
I went through a stage where I didn't wear underwear to bed and thanks to my three older sisters who didn't want to have to share a room with a non-underwear wearing little sister while our house was being remodeled, I used to believe that if I didn't wear underwear to bed little elves and dwarfs, the size of specs, would crawl under my blankets and pajamas at night to build cobwebs so I would never be able to pee again. I would cry and cry and cry because I thought I would always have a full bladder and since I could never pee again, I was told I would always have the pain that came from my bladder problems. Needless to say, I was too scared to remain stubborn and they got their way, underwear it was. I'm still a little worried to go without.
When I was a kid my sister told me that girls don't poop. For a long time I believed that. And now I'm not sure whether girls poop or not.
when i was a kid i used to think that pooping was pretty much the same as giving birth, so i would always look in the toilet before flushing to make sure that there wasn't a baby in there.
I used to believe that I "pee-peed" out of the birthmark on my knee.
When I was about 5 I saw something on a public television show about jaundice. My mom told me that people turned yellow when they couldn't pee! (Apparently she didn't want to discuss kidney failure... go figure.)
Then I got that mixed up with another show about the Masai people and how they drink cow blood and urine (that's what I heard at the time, anyway). Somehow, I believed that if you peed, got any urine on your hands while cleaning up, forgot to wash your hands and then ate something, then the urine would get in your mouth, you would turn yellow, and die.
My parents took me to the doctor to try to sort out why I had a rash on my hands from washing them over and over (at least 30 times a day). When they told me to stop washing my hands so much, I thought they were trying to kill me with my own urine.
I once belived that anything liquid that you ate, such as soup or a drink, would become crap, and all other food would become urine.
when i was little i always wondered how i went poop, so i somehow came up with the idea that there were 2-inch smurfs in my butt pushing the poop out, so i would always be careful to not squeeze out the working little blue men... i felt bad for them, too...