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When I was little I used to believe that if you pee'd in the
road you would get a sty in your eye! To this day when
somone gets a sty I asked them if they pee'd in the road.. I get alot of wierd looks lol
When I was young I was told by my grammey and Mom that the proper term for going "poop" was that I need to go "grunny". The word "poop" was considered as serious as saying any other four letter word. I finally reached the age when I felt it was okay to ask why we use the term "grunny" instead of poop. I was told that my brother, seven years older, was making his first "BM" on the toilet and kept grunting. My grandmother therefor felt it necessary to coin the phrase "going grunny" and passed a family law that any other word used for "going grunny" would be punishable under the same sentencing laws as saying any of the other forbidden four letter words.
It literally took two years to admit to my wife that I didn't go poop as a kid--I "Went Grunny".
Needless to say my kids "go poop", Much to the disdain of my Mother. Ha, Ha. And my poor grammie (god rest her soul) is probably spinning in her grave.
Don't get me started on what we were to call our other anatomy and anatomical functions.
When I was about 4 I saw a man in a wheelchair and thought that everyone should just be lazy and should have a wheelchair with a potty in it. I also thought that everyone should give me a pound coin so I could be rich and I thought it was mean of them not to!
I used to believe that if you stayed on the toilet for too long, a monster's hand would grab your bottom and drag you down to where it lived.
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 that Winnie the Pooh was a turd. My Mother used to read the books to me and I was not exposed to the Disney version of the stories when I was young. I guess I must have confused "Pooh" with "poo".
when i would sometimes walk by the toilet when my grandad was coming out, i would catch a whiff of the stink he'd left. therefore i obviously decided in my 5-year old mind that only adult males had to shit.
Me and my friends used to think that if you sat in a place where a man had peed, you would turn into a homosexual.
When I was a kid I thought girls' urine was blue (I am obviously male).
When I was younger I was convinced that girls peed from their backside, purely from the reason that they had to sit down to do it.
I used to think that in side your tummy there were little sectioned off spots where all of the food would go. I thought there was a section for greens, meat, liquids, and it all was pushed to the butt to make you pee or shit.
It was actually not until I was pretty well grown up that I first encountered the phrase "to take a dump" meaning to poop. For a while I didn't know what was meant. I thought the phrase would mean like falling out of one's chair, or falling off a bicycle or a sled, etc. I finally was corrected in a moment when I was made to feel stupid when the phrase was used and I responded as if it meant someone had fallen onto the floor. Since then I've tried to make a joke of this whole awkward learning experience. Like once recently at a Christmas exhibition, I sat down at the eating area and found I was sitting in a very rickety chair. On inspection I found the chair seemed to be about to fall apart. So I hung a sign on it reading, "Caution. Chair broken. Sitting not recommended. You might take a dump." I hoped someone might find it riotously funny, but I never observed any consequences.
I used t believe that my poop was a little family living insie my butt and they would push their children out of my butthole. I called them the Poo Poo People
I belived that when I took a crap, my turd(s) would turn into snakes and bite my booty.
when i was a young child i used to believe that feces were seeds, and if you planted them whatever you ate would grow back again. Hence, if one ate a hamburger and planted the poop after, a cow would spring up.
I used to think that boys peed out of their belly buttons, so of course why couldn't I? I tried for a long time but it never worked.hmm.. wonder why ;)
I used to believe that girls pee through their, well, anuses, because they always sit or crouch when they pee and poo, so i thought it's kinda the same.
When I was real young like 4 or 5, I and a friend were in my room, and we both had to pee. So for some unknown reason I suggested we could go in the closet, and we did, one at a time, closing the door for privacy. I seem to remember that I thought it was okay to pee anywhere, because it would disappear after a while. Oh, I also remember peeing in the trashcan, again for no particular reason other than I had to go, and the bathroom was further away.
From as far back as I can remember, I had always (up until I was 7 or 8 and in school) believed that urine was just the extra apple juice your body had not wanted. I also believed that saliva was apple juice that was stuck forever in your mouth.
when i was 7, i spent the night at my friend's house. late that night i woke up and had to go to the bathroom. i got up and went and ended up pooping. all was fine until i went to flush. i noticed my poop was blue. i flipped out. why was my poop blue? it had always been brown before! there had to be a reason. and the only reason i could think of was i had a fatal illness that made poop blue. i woke up my friend and told her what happened. she told me she had used the bathroom earlier and HER poop had been blue too. we both started crying hysterically waiting for the end to come. finally her mom woke up and reminded us we had eaten blue ice cream for dinner. i have never eaten blue food again.