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I used to believe that when girls wanted to pee, they had to pull out a pee tube much like a skinnier retractable penis.

Anon
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When I was quite small, my mother referred to having a BM as "grunting." I even now suppress a giggle when I read a sentence in a novel that goes something like, "He grunted in reply."

Raya
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when i was young i though that women had to wear pads because they always peeded their pants

Anon
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When I was young, my mother always asked if we had had a 'BM'. As I got older I couldn't magine what it meant, so I juts figured it meant Body Manure. It wasn't until I had a baby at 23 that I figured it out ( in the hospital) that was bowel movement.

Anon
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when I was young, I used to think there were these tiny creatures inside your bum, that were like miners, that shoveled poo, down this hole. There would be this siren that would go off on this machene that would open the hole. That's how i thought we pooed. I also used to think, that when you constipate, yourself, the poo would build up, and the little creatures, would have go under a red alert.

Anon
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When I was young, my mother used to ask us kids if we had done a 'BM'. It was my belief that BM stood for body manure. Horse did horse manure and cows did cow manure, so naturally we did body manure. It wasn't until, I embarassed to say, a hospital stay, that I figured it to be bowel movement.

Liz
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when i was younger i used to think that famous people never had to use the bathroom. I knew they went pee and all but i never thought they would like take a dump, that was just too gross for famous people

CaliTee Rosa
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I believed that when I woke up with morning wood, that meant that my wee wee was filled with pee pee...and it was time to go to the bathroom.

Anon
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i used to believe little dwarves were in my penis and that there was some type of giant water hose (compared to them) and they would pull a switch and you would pee

....in a thingy--lived some dwarves...
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up until i was about 15 my 2 sisters and i used to believe that pretzels would soak up the pee so on road trips so we would stop complaining...thanks mom :)

Casey
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I thought driving while having to pee was illegal.

Anon
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There's an episode of "Bear in the Big Blue House", where Bear says that you should go to the bathroom even if you're in the middle of doing something.

I took that a bit too literally, and thought that it meant that if you were in the middle of doing something, you *had* to go to the bathroom.

So, whenever I set out to do something, I'd pause and go to the bathroom whenever I was halfway through, regardless of whether nature was actually calling.

Anon
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When I was young I thought girls didn't go poo. I figured it was only something boys did. Maybe I thought that something so disgusting could never come of of things so pretty and cute. How naive

johnypants
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my friends from down the road (who were girls) and myself, thought for soo long that girls had testicles which you pee out of, but they were inside them and cos they didnt have a penis they had to sit on the toilet. but when a girl wanted to be tom boy she could reach inside herself, pull them out and pee standing up. yes, we were very messed up kids. thats what we said one of the girls did cos she dressed like a boy all the time. they never told me if it was true.

daniel
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When my brother was little, he took a bath and while he was in there, he pooped. Instead of getting away from it, he smeared it all over the walls. I guess he thought it was paint or something...

M.B.N.
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i used to believe the testicles stored urine and when a man peed they would get smaller, like a balloon letting out air

marie
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When he was younger, my brother used to believe that when you ate something it went down a tube into a machine in your body. The machine would mush it up into a log, add nuts or corn, dye it brown, and spray skunk spray on it. Then it would come out of the other end of the machine. You know the rest.

Katherine
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i used to believe..
my balls were full of pee

wazza
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Since women have to sit on the toilet to urinate, I assumed that feces and urine came out of the same hole.

MD Caruso
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When I was about 4, I accidentally walked in on my brother, who was peeing. I noticed he was standing up, and later that day, I decided that if HE could stand up while peeing, why can't I? I tried it, and I ended up making a mess.

Ai
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