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My dad always insisted on using the correct anatomical terms for just about everything, although I thought they were just our family's "made-up" words for those things. When I got to first grade and had my first check-up by the mean old school nurse, I was horrified when she asked me if I "had made a B.M." I thought she must have been related!

LHW
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I used to believe age 6 i think ...this is v embarassing well went i went to the toilet if i did a number 1 and 2 at the same time that meant i would have twins !!

Sarra
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I use to believe that peeing was bad for your body, and it should only be done once per 3 days

Master P
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When I was a kid, I heard the 1960s song "Vacation" by Connie Francis. It says at one point, "We're gonna mashed potato to a jukebox tune". I thought it didn't exactly sound like she was literally refering to mashed potatoes. I asked my big brother what it meant. He told me that "to mashed potato" was a euphemistic reference to pooping. So for years I actually thought that Connie Francis sang a song about pooping, which she wouldn't do, nor would any other 60s singer. It would probably be at least two decades before such a thing would become a thinkable subject of a popular song. By the way, would a jukebox tune help one poop? I often envisioned myself needing to poop where a jukebox was playing. I've thought of some tunes that might make it easier for me to go poo in such a public place and others that probably wouldn't.

Malinda
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I was about 7 and one day I had to pee really bad and I was outside in the pool..thurrs no houses behind mi house so i just went around and swatted and took my pee...my dad went inside to get me some tissues...then a few minutes later my dad had to pee so he went around tha corner and took a pee...when he came bak i asked if he wanted me to go get him tissues to wipe...my parents still tease me to this day because I didnt no all about body parts yet...hahaha

hahaha
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my mom told me if you dont flush the toilet when you tinkle or pooink your bum would hurt bad until you flush it...

poliospopoised
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When I was little, I thought that diarrhea was a mixture of poop and pee.

Anon
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I used to believe that old people didn't pee because I never saw my grandparents use the bathroom.

Anon
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When I was a child I used to believe if i made wee-wee into a pool, it´ll become red, because my friends told me that. Probably ours parents intended to teach us Don`t do it.

Sikiú
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After I heard about infection coming from poop, I thought touching it would make your body turn into poop. I guess your butt would have to be protected somehow.

Anon
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well, not mine. but I remember trying to explain to a friend when we were both about 9 that tescticles were not used to store urine (and thus allow men to pee longer).

woogle
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I thought as a very young child that when you had diarrhea, that you were pooping out poison...and you couldn't get it on you, or you would become infected.

J.F.
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I used to believe that women pee'd out of their bottoms. Why else would they sit down?

Ernie Slapclap
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As a young child, I was potty trained quite successfully, except for one slight problem: I never knew you were supposed to LIFT the cover of the toilet first.

"In, Not On," as my mum would tell me.

Then of course, there was the slight problem with me confusing the towels and the toilet paper. :/

Hey, I was 4 or 5, give me a break. :p

J.C.
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I used to believe that I had no anus (nor did anyone else, I supposed, but that poop just oozed out of my butt by some sort of osmosis and formed into turds there.

Natasha
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When I was a little girl, I got the notion that in order for a boy to urinate, he had to squeeze his penis. It wasn't until I was 20 or so that I found out I was wrong.

Sydney
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I used to beleive that the word POOPIE ment that you had to go POOH and PEE at the same time.

George
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i used to beleive girls peed out their ass. some girls i knew had peed their pants and the wet stain would be on the back instead of the boys in the front.

joe
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My mom had an easy time potty training me. She said if I didn't go to the bathroom at the right time it would all back up and come out my mouth.

Nick Lucas
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when i was little i thought that a girl and boy pee in a toilet the color of the pee would be the skin color of their baby.

Anon
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