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If you play with your belly button your bottom will fall off

This section contains beliefs all on a common theme: If you play with your belly button your bottom will fall off. Show most recent or highest rated first or go back to belly buttons.

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I was always told that if anyone was to put their finger in my belly button my bum would fall off!!thanx mum!!

smell
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I was told at a younger age not to play with your belly button, that is what held your butt on.

Ben
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I used to believe that when you play with your belly button too much, the screw inside will unscrew and your ass will fall off.

lina
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I've been known to terrorize my nieces and nephews by telling me that if they ever unscrewed their belly buttons, their butts would fall off.

Pete C.
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when i was little my mom told me that if you cut your belly button off, your butt would fall off

kyleranne
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My collegue believed that if someone touched your belly button, your bum would fall off.
He's still tetchy about it today.

Anon
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I also was told by my older brother that if you unscrewed your belly button your butt would fall. I remember thinking that was stupid, but as my brother had told me that, it had to be true!

I'm from Spain, so I guess it's a worldwide belief...

Juan
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i used to play with my belly button until it bled my mother then told me if i kept doing it my butt would fall off. needless to say i stopped playing with it!

Anon
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i was told that my belly button was a big screw and if you unsrewed it your butt would fall off

mike d
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i used to believe that if i unscrewed my belly button my but would fall off

kristin
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I used to believe that if you unscrewed your belly button (which of course you could do...?)... that you bum would fall off!!

Anna
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My dad used to tell me and my sisters that if you unscrewed your belly button, you know, like with a screwdriver or something, that your butt would fall off. Sometimes I still think that...

Jake
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My aunt told me when I was really little that if I played with my bellybutton too much my butt would fall off.

I sobbed for days and wouldn't so much as TOUCH my bellybutton. I was scared to touch it for years.

Artha
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i used to think if i unscrewed my belly button my ass wud fall off

Keith Duffel
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my mother used to tell me if u poked your belly button your butt would fall off!

Pacman
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When i was younger a boy at school told me that if u unscrew ur belly button ur ass will fall off!! I told my older brother and he told me it wasnt true!

belly babe
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If you push your belly button your bum would fall off

Anon
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