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when i was smaller i used to think that there were little men up your butt that pushed your poop out and
that when you tried to hold it in the little men pushed and pushed and when they got so tired out from pushing that they would stop and you wouldn't have to poo anymore!
I use to think once you grew up only ugly people went to the bathroom. I figured if you were pretty you didnt have to go cuz pooping was to gross for them. I remember thinking i wanted to be pretty so I wouldnt have to go to the bathroom.
I used to believe that if you drank a lot of anything, and then you had to go t the bathroom, you could just eat bread or something that was absorbent, and then you wouldn't have to go cuz it would absorb "stuff" and you'd be all good
I belived what when i was peeing, a jellymonster would come out of my penis to punish me.
when I was 9, the girls' toilet in school broke down and we had to use the boys. I saw a boy peeing in the urinal and was desperte to go. I was shorter than him, so I stood at the kiddies' urinal. I took my jumper off, and pulled the bottom of my polo shirt out of my shorts. I then unzipped, took aim, and.... squirt! I took a leak. At first, I laughed. I had relief! I wondered why girls like me didn't have urinals. Then I saw the stain in my shorts. Oh dear...
My Mom convinced me when I was little that no one should ever "strain" too hard when they are on the toiled going #2 because if you did - the cork that kept all your "insides" inside your body would pop out. Forever I used to be scared that I would poop too hard and then I would have to walk around forever with a string and cork hanging out of my behind.
Once when I was way younger (about 4) I overused the toilet paper and it clodded the toilet.My mom told me never to do that again,and I thought she meant not to use toilet paper.
I guess you can tell what I didn't do,until I was 7.
When we were little my sister was soooooo afraid to poop in the toilet (she would either hold it until she could go outside, or cry the enire time she was on the toilet) because the poop would jump back out of the toilet and bite her butt.
It wasn't until she was about 10 that she realised it was just the splash from the poop falling into the toilet!
When my twins were very little - around 4 - we took them to an amusement park. Husband had taken one of them to the loo. While waiting for them to return, the other one decided he had to use the loo too! So I took him to the ladies room. He did his thing. I decided that while I was there I would use it too. While sitting down, I noticed he looked very concerned. He then announced very LOUDLY, "Mommy, don't worry. When daddy is done using his, he will let you use it."
I still remember hearing the lady in the stall next to me laughing.
I used to believe that if you drank while peeing, it would go straight through. At age 4, I decided to try it. Of course I found out that I was wrong. The bad part was that I wasn't very coordinated at age 4. Trying to drink water while standing to pee resulted in me peeing on the floor and getting a spanking.
When I was little, I believed that when you went pee, your pee would be the same color as your last drink (i.e if you had grape soada, you would pee purple) Since I always drank lemonade (yellow) i never noticed that if i drank orange soda, my pee wasn't orange...
I used to believe, up until I was about 7, that boys could only pee if they were standing up and they held their penis and squeezed, like a water balloon. I thought this because that's how I always saw boys peeing. I also had only one sister, so of course, you get lots of crazy ideas about what boys are like.
I used to believe that if i didn't pee quietly "bad guys" would come beat me up. althought I never was that good at peeing quietly, and they never came!!
Wait, wait, wait. People "used to" believe that if you pee in a pool the water would turn a certain color...That's not true?!
I had an alcoholic uncle who had a knack for saying crazy stuff. One time, he sneezed into a napkin, and exclaimed something like "Man, I think I just blew my brains out through my nose!" I totally thought this was possible until I was about 15 years old! Somehow, I also transferred this belief to other bodily functions, and whenever I had a particularly difficult to pass bowel movement, I was terrified that I would poop my stomach out of my butt!
When we were about 8, me and my best pal Julie wondered what colour pee black people did - was it black or the same as ours? We were too scared to ask our parents and resigned ourselves to never finding out.
Also, my parents referred to shit as 'doodles', so us kids thought it was hilarious when people talked about doodling on paper.
I can remember my younger sister asking my boyfriend if he peed before he sat down for a dump, or did he tuck his willy into the toilet and do it at the same time.
I used to believe that if you got stuck out in the desert, you could just eat your poop and drink your pee and you could live for days and days without food or water.... Eeeewww....
When I was probably 6 my older sister told me that if I didnt pee every 5 hours then my bladder would explode. I went around telling all of my friends to go pee every 5 hours. I wasn't too good at math then so I would go to the bathroom every time that i felt I had any in my bladder
I used to believe that airplane bathrooms didn't have holding tanks, but rather, holes that went to nowhere, so the poor people on the ground would get accidentally "rained" on if they weren't careful (sort of like having a bird crap on you, but on a much larger scale. Later, my mom told me the truth, lol.
When I was 5 or so, one of my friends (who was a guy) told me that anyone and everyone can stand up to pee... But girls just didn't because they were lazy... I got very angry at this "label" girls got... So the next time I peed, I did it standing up...and well.. didn't exactly get the pee into the toilet, instead, I peed all over the floor