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I asked my dad (when he was naked after taking a bath) what his belly button was. He said that it was from where the Indian shot him with an arrow. It never occurred to me to ask where MY navel came from.
My grandma once told me never to touch my belly button, because if I did, my stomach would explode. It gave me a vision of my stomach ripping apart and gallons of blood gushing out. Of course, I didn't really even believe that what she said was true at the time (I had touched my belly button many times before) but it somehow scarred me, and to this day I can't stand to have anyone or anything touch my belly button.
I used to think that we had to go to the gas station to get some fuel for the body... through the belly button.
My pediatrician used to tell us that our belly buttons held our butts on. He said he had a whole box full of spare butts, so when a kid lost his belly button, he wouldn't have to go around without a butt.
I thought belly-buttons were the way that the insides of your body got water, and so I dutifully splashed water into my belly-button each night when I took a bath so my insides wouldn't dry out.
when i was a child i used to think that my belly button was for storing smarties
I used to believe that I was the only person on earth with a belly button because my sister pulled up her pants above her belly button and said, 'See! I don't have a hole in my stomach!'
My mom used to tell me stories when I was in the bath about my Belly button disappearing down the plug hole and going on amazing adventures. I would be sitting with all the bubbles and she would tell me they were the clouds and my belly button would by flying in hot air balloons. I always used to get really scared when my belly button had to get back in time before I got out of the bath. I used to get really freaked when it met spiders and slimy pipes on the way back to me, mom always had to wash it well before I'd have it back!
When I was a child, I believed boys/men pee-ed out of their belly buttons and I couldn't understand why I had a belly button as well.
I used to believe that when my uncles told me that they would unscrew my belly button and make my legs fall off if I was bad, it would really happen. Then one of them did it to me. i sure feel silly now.
My dad LIVED in white tee shirts around the house and was always picking lint out of his navel. He told my sisters and I that he grew cotton in his belly button. We could never figure out why WE couldn't grow it too.
When i was about 3 or 4 i thought if you pushed your belly button,you exploded.For years i was scared when i was washing that if i accidently pushed it i'd explode and mum would go mad with me
When the troll dolls first came out, I thought I could put a jewl in my belly button and rub it and then my wish would come true. I was dissapointed when it didn't and stopped when one got stuck inside my belly button...
Also, my friend told me that if you got rabies you had to go to the doctor and they would strap you down to a table and give you 23 shots in your belly button!
My friend once said that she had too much to drink, which caused her belly button to come undone and all the liquid to pour out. I believed her.
I believed that if you touch your belly button, you would fall apart. To this day it makes me sick to have it touched.
I used to believe that all boys had outie belly-buttons. I also believed that when they needed to pee, they would go to the urinals, lift up their shirts, and peed through their belly buttons.
When I was little my mom told me that 'thousand island salad dressing' was made by taking the belly button lint out of people's belly buttons on an island far away.
i used to believ when i was little if i pushed my finger into my belly button too far it would open and i would be able to touch my insides.i would be freaked so i would never touch and i would go balistic if any tried to poke it.
My mom used to tell us when we were little that if we put our fingers in our belly button it would unscrew our arms and legs and they would fall off. I think we were about 12 when we finally decided that it wouldn't really happen.
I used to believe that if your belly button came undone your skin would fall off!