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I know a girl who seriously used to believe that boys peed out of their belly buttons. She was about 30 years old. Can we say gullible?
I used to beleive as a kid that doing a pooh was a guy thing and that girls just didnt pooh. I held this belief right up until my 18th birthday when the morning after the night of heavy drinking before my sister came out of the bathroom and (as a joke) said she had just done 'a big grog bog'. I was totally floored and thought she was just kidding around. I replied 'yeah right as if you could you are a girl'.
I have never lived it down with all my mates when it was revelaed that this is what I seriously thought right up unitil I was 18.
I am the only girl in the middle of all brothers. As such, when I was little, I wanted to be a boy. I had seen them pee and assumed that if I faced the toilet when I peed, I would eventually grow a penis. After one failed attempt at peeing standing up facing the toilet, I just straddled the toilet thinking that'd be sufficient to grow a penis. I peed while straddling the toilet for at least a year before my mother asked what the hell I was doing.
As a child, I believed that I pooped brown because it was the color of my skin. So, I also thought that white people pooped white because it was the color of their skin.
I used to believe that if you weed your pants, an alarm would go off and everyone would know you did it.
I remember when my brother used to be afraid of going wee wees because he thought his 'pet snake' was vomiting!
when I was 9 and in hospital to have my tonsils taken out, the doctor asked me if I had loose stools. I thought he said loose tools and wondered why my hadn't packed any screwdrivers for me...
All I knew that was different between a man and a woman when i was little was that a man stood up to go to (use) the bathroom and a woman had to sit down. So I came to the conclusion that also men didn't poop because that would mean they would have to sit do it.
I actually asked my mother if mixing girls' poop and boys' poop would cause an explosion.
From a misunderstood quick glimpse of something I saw when the neighbor girl pulled up her skirt and pulled down her panties behind the garage, I thought that girls peed out of a little dimple set into the middle of their right buttcheek.
I was told that God was always watching over us, so I was really embarrassed to go to the loo and I would make my skirt into a toilet tent to hide my embarrassment.
I used to believe that girls peed out of their rear ends. Oddly enough as it seems, i believed this until i was twelve...
i can hear you laughing...
I used to think that poop was made like this: first you ate the food and it traveled down your throat, fell and landed in your stomach. At this point, several small men would eat the food themselves and then poo it out. Then the poo would travel down into your butt and be rammed out by an ox, appropriately called the "butt ox". I was corrected in the first grade when I through a block at a kids head screaming that I did so have an ox inside of me.
When I was 19, I was asked to take a little 3-year-old boy to the bathroom. I got very embarassed and said I couldn't, I didin't know how boys go to the bathroom.
Sad to say I was sexually active, I had just never seen a man go to the bathroom and was unclear as to whether he pooped out of his penis. How dumb!
My granny told me and my siblings and cousins that we'd get warts if we peed in the road.
It wasn't true..lol
I used to believe that balls (genitals) contained wee instead of sperm, and going to the toilet was how to empty them!
Thanks to a book explaining how your body works that I read when I was about 4 I thought that there was a poop hole, a pee hole and another hole for those times when you go to the bathroom and do both at the same time. I believed that until I was about 11.
I used to believe that a little woman and her kids lived in your rectum.When you pooped she was making them go outside to play. Sometimes they wanted to go out and sometimes they didn't.
When I was very little, we had a friend from Germany visiting at my grandma's. I went into the bathroom once and someone had forgotten to flush. The water was red, and I didn't know about periods at the time, so I used my youthful logic to conclude that German people must pee red, and went on with my life without giving it a second thought.
When i was a little kid i used to think that when you went for a poo it was practise for when you had a baby...