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My Dad's friend convinced me that if I didn't behave he would unscrew my belly button and my arms & legs would fall off. It absolutely terrified me. I would sit very quietly in his house or go outside to play!

Kelly in Colorado
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i used to think that if you stuck something in your belly button it would go into your body because i thought that it was a big hole in ur stomach

button
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I was a little girlie of 5 or 6 years of age, i believed, that..if you had a outie belly botton that you were an alien. If you wonder why i believed that, its because of the Rugrats.

Hilliary
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id used to belive that there were belly button monster eaters

Brandon
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When I was about 3yrs, I fell asleep watching "The Wizard of Oz" after eating a lot of popcorn. My dad put a piece of popcorn in my belly button and suddenly woke me up, claiming I ate so much popcorn that it started coming out of me. For years I never had too much food, thinking that it would come out of my belly button.

miss irene
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I used to believe that when a woman had a baby it came out through her belly button and when they cut the cord it would form into another belly button for the mum so if a woman had 7 children she would have seven belly buttons all on top of one another! Don't know where that came from...

shoe-face
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When I was about 3 or 4 I my mom would lay on her bed with me and pull her sweat pants over her belly button and claim it disappeared and pretend to panic. I freaked out every time she did it and even cried some times.

Laura
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When my sister was about two or three, my mother told her she has an eyeball in her bellybutton, and she believed she could see out of it.
She used to lift up her shirt to get a better look at things.

Ryn
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I loved touching people's belly buttons, one day there was a new girl in my class. She was the only 'chubby' person in my class. I asked my parents why and they told me coz she poked too many people's belly buttons. I dont let anyone go near mine or go near their's.

Anon
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I used to believe that your belly button was what held your top half to your bottom half...

Debelouwho
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I used to believe (and still do) that when you play with your belly button that it will come undone and everything will come out. So whenever my boyfriend touches my belly i freak out cause i don't want my belly to come undone!

Amanda P.
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My dad told me when I was little that my belly button was "Where the Indian shot me"

Anon
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I used to believe that if you pierced your belly button it would fall off and the piercers would glue a fake one on. (Thats how you got an outie). When I got mine pierced I asked if they could somehow keep mine as an innie and they laughed at me. I was soooo embarassed as my friend who has an outie had hers pierced and I thought that was how it happened!

Jess
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As a child I believed that your belly-button was your "done spot". God would walk done the rows of babies waiting to be born, inspecting each one. If the baby was ready, he would push his finger into the stomachs and say "Your Done My Child time to be born".

Marsha
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i use to believe that if u pressed ur mummys belly button, out popped a baby

b
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when i was small i asked my big brother why we had bellybuttons and he told me that we came from outerspace and we were aliens and we could communicate with the alien people through them, he told me to try it and i would spend hours talking to my bellybutton but i never got a response. :(

sad sally
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I used to believe that when God made you he would fit your skin around you and the belly button was where he twisted the skin closed and then tied a knot so your skin would stay on.

Joyce
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I used to believe after a woman had a baby her stomach would be like a rubber band, it would stretch out than after the baby go back to normal.

Brittany D. O.
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When i was 5 my dad told me that if i played with my belly-button it would get bigger and bigger and i would have a big hole in the front of me. i Never touched it again.

Holly
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My mom always told us that our belly button was a bear cave and when we got hungry: the stomach growl, was actually the bear growling. she said that we had better feed it before it got mad!

Christy
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