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Like "johnypants" I believed that girls didn't go poo. I knew that the peed, because I'd seen it happen. I even knew where babies come from, so I thought that with all those things happening down there, there wasn't room for anything else and they just had an incredibly strong digestive system that rendered everything down into pee.
I used to believe when I was a kid that when women went pee there was a little hole in their butt cheek because they sat on the toilet.
when i was about 3, i accidentally walked in on my dad while he was peeing. i dont know why, but seeing this led me to belive that men had little elves in their stomachs (i thought pee came from there) and when they peed, it meant the elves were watering their plants
when i went to the bathroom i would go poo and my sister once told me that if you pushed to hard your face would be sucked in and her face would come out of your butt
When I was quite young, I knew that boys had penises and that they would pee with them, but I couldn't understand where their pooh came from. This resulted in me asking one of my male friends how he managed to fit pooh out of his penis, it was so small. He explained 2 me that men dont always stand up to go to the toilet and they pooh the same as girls. Suddenly it all made sense...
When I was younger, I swallowed a button by accident and my mum told me that it would come out when I went to the toilet. Every time I went to the toilet, I looked to see if it was there!
When i was little after i saw Willie WOnka and the Chocolate Factory i thought that there were little orange men in me. They would control when i went to the bathroom.
i used to believe that males' poo came out of their willies
when i went to the theatre, i sometimes tried to not go to the toilet for the whole performance (breaks including) because i was worried that they will make a stage announcement saying "LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WELCOME TO THE SHOW! YOU HAVE THIRTY SECONDS TO GET READY!" Obviously, that's an exaggeration. The sad thing is, I still try to not go to the toilet even when i am really desperate!
My mom called a vagina a bottom and (im a girl) so i always called my wee part a bottom. So just imagine how i was when my friend told me she had to poo with her bottom.
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......
I thought girls peed out of their butt's till about last month. I'm 17.
i used to believe that all the poo that got flushed down the toliet would be washed into the middle of the ocean. and i neva eva went in more than three metre into the water for fear i might step on it.
I used to believe that all of my body fluids inside me would pour out of my vagina when I was doing a wee. I tried holding it in for about three days, but I had to go to the doctor because I had a water infection. I then had to have a wee in a bedpan to show the dctor the usual color of my wee.
I used to believe that whenever I peed clear urine (i.e., when I was well-hydrated) that this was sperm.
There's an old joke in my family that's been passed down for generations as a means of curbing pyromaniacal behavior. "If you play with fire (or a campfire [ie: throw weeds, leafs, fireworks, etc. in it]), then you'll wet the bed!" I believed this well into the 7th grade. It has recently been taught to the children of family friends, who rarely play with fire.
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.
On the subject of pee, I thought that given that girls lacked the male plumbing, that they therefore peed out of their bums ...
I used to think girls pee'd out their butts.
When I was 4 or so, I believed that a monster was waiting at the end of the hall (obviously, to kill me). Well, the bathroom was at the end of the hall as well. So I usually stood there, peering down the hall for a few minutes before deciding to do my business elsewhere (behind the couch, in my pants, etc). That didn't go over to well with my parents.