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When i was 5 or 6 i thought hair grew from its edges and not from its roots ahaha and i was afraid of dying my hair because of it for a long time
In Urdu language there is a phrase that translates into English as two and a half hair which is said for someone with short thin hair.My mom used to tell me I had two and a half hair and I thought she meant literally.Once I asked my aunt how many hairs she had and she gave me a really confused look.I told ger since I had two and a half hairs she should know how many she had.My aunt burst out laughing.
Figured out the truth later on
I used to believe that if I eat lots of seaweeds, I won't be bald. It is because my parents told me. However, my friends is balding even though he eat lots of seaweeds. It is interesting for me.
I used to think that there was one hair on your body—I wasn't sure where—that was connected to your entire inside, and if you pulled it hard enough you'd pull your insides out.
I have no idea why I thought this, but I still think about it sometimes.
When I was little, I thought if guys grew their hair to their shoulders, they were automatically girls. And if girls kept their leg hair too long they were automatically boys.
My Mom used to get me to rinse the shampoo out of my hair by singing "Wash that bear out of my hair," an adaptation on the song by South Pacific.
For a long time, I thought my hair got dirty because of the bear that just kept coming back!
When I was little, I thought dying your hair would give you the color AND hairstyle displayed on the box.
I used to believe that cowlicks on hair were literally licked by a cow. I thought, "why would you let a cow lick your head, and why is it permanent?"
I used to think that all boys had short hair and all girls had long hair, since that is typical.
When my sister was really little (even though she is only two years younger than me), she had short hair, which looked very boyish, so I was surprised when my dad told me that she was a girl.
I used to think that all boys had boy hair, and all girls had girl hair.
When my sister was little (though she is only two years younger than me), her hair looked boyish, so I thought at first that she was a boy. I was in for a big surprise when my dad told me that she was a girl.
I really liked Sailor Moon as a child and I wanted long,blonde hair like her.I also hated tomatoes.So my parents made me believe that if I eat tomatoes,my hair will grow faster.
When my mum was brushing my hair at night, I used to have lots of tangles and she would say that I had knots in my hair, I understoud nuts and would be very confused.
When I was a kid, I used to believe you could re-attach your hair after it falls out by spitting on the end and patting it "back on" your head.
I thought it was illegal for women to use Just For Men hair coloring
When I was younger I cut my Barbie doll's hair and wondered why it never grew back.
When I was a child I would move a lot while I was sleeping. Because of this my hair was always horribly tangled in the mornings. When my mom would be brushing the knots out she would say "Ashley, rats have been sleeping in your hair at night! Your hair is just a rat's nest." I thought she was serious and had trouble sleeping for months thinking that rats would get in my hair as soon as I fell asleep. And I believed this until I was 7.
I spent a lot of time on my grandparent's ranch as a little girl. My mom would brush my hair and I would ask about the way my hair grew funny in a few places. She told me they were my callicks. I thought she was saying "cow licks." I thought mothers took their babies out to the pasture, held them up Lion King style, and let the cow lick it's head, which would impact the way the babies hair grew in. I believed this until I was 6 and asked my mom if we could take my baby sister to see the cows...
When I was 8 my grandmother told me that dying your hair would give you cancer. I believed this until I was 12.
When I was younger i used to rip my split ends apart. To get me to stop my dad told me that if I ripped up to the hair folical it would cause an infection and the infection would grow to my brain and kill me. I believed it until I was 15 and I saw someone doing it so I told them that and they laughed at me.
Until I was at least 14, I thought that men who were going bald but still had hair around the outside of their head shaved the middle part because they liked how it looked.