marriageShow most recent or highest rated first. Common beliefs in this section include:
When I was little I used tob believe a brother and sister would always get married but I thought what about a sister and sister or a brother and brother? My parents cleared it out.
When I was little older people were always talking about dumping each other. Now, I knew they were breaking up with each other but I thought they were literally "dumping" each other. They would take a bucket of water and dump it over the other person's head!
I used to think that when you married, a seed would go through you at the altar, giving you the kids you had.
My mom later convinced me otherwise.
My daughter asked me what my husband and I were like when we were little and were brother and sister. She thought that her and her brother would grow up and be husband and wife.
When I was a little girl, adults would say things like when you grow up and choose a husband...
I visualized one day, an older me inspecting a long line of prospective husbands. A distressing prospect since at 6 or 7 I could not imagine what I would want in a husband, even why I would even want one.
When I first saw pictures of my parent's wedding, I noticed that the flower girl was, oddly enough, not me. I got very upset over this, and DEMANDED to know why I wasn't the flower girl. I hadn't realized that it would be a few years before I was to be born.
when I was a kid i used to believe that people were born married and taht their parents knew about it(somehow) and when their child grew to would to to live with there spuose.
When me and a friend were in Kindergarten, we both liked our two best guy friends. We decided that we would get married to both of these boys, and each of us would get one of the boys for a month, and then we would switch every other month.
I used to think that you couldn't kiss someone until you got married. I thought that when the bride and groom kissed that was their first kiss. I was 7 years old.
When you get married you walk down the aisle, church doors to alter. I used to think that to get a divorce you had to do the exact opposite, walk back down the aisle from the alter to the doors.
i used to believe that once you got married, you didn't talk to your partner because whenever we used to go visit family friends, i noticed that the married couple didn't talk to each other, but to my parents
Until the age of 9, I used to believe that marriage was a fancy church wedding that commenced in the bride and groom HAVING SEX in front of everyone. No wonder why I never wanted to get married.
I used to believe the "martial arts" is something like learning about marriage and things you do before the wedding.
A much older friend of mine once told me that you can only have a baby if you're married. I was only small at the time so of course i believed her! boy was i ever surprised when i first heard of single parents.
My aunt used to tell me that if you kissed a mirror you had to marry it when you grew up,just to stop me from kissing her mirror.(yeah,that was one of my weird habits as a child)
I also used to think I'd marry my dad when I grew up.
My mom and dad happened to have the same birthday (dad is one year older). I used to think, similar to the way a wife changes her last name to her husband's once they get married, that she also changed her birthday to match the husband's!
My mom and dad both had dark brown hair. I used to believe that people could not get married unless they had the same hair color.
I could never understand why movie couples would be sitting at dinner and the wife would suddenly say "Honey I have a surprise for you. We're going to have a baby". After I had learned about the birds and bees, I thought surely wouldn't you REMEMBER doing something like that?"
I used to think that when you got married something would automatically happen to your body to make you have children. So I did not understand, when I saw a movie about a marooned couple with a baby on a desert island, how they could have children since they hadn't been to a church to get married.
I used to believe that when family and friends cry at a wedding it was because they hated either the groom or the bride and did't wan't the to get married.
when I was little I thought that "getting laid" meant to elope, so one day my Dad was telling
me about how a young couple he knew really loved eachother but couldn't afford a wedding, so I told him "why don't they just get laid?"
I thought I was saying "why dont they elope?"
I definatly got a bad look from that one.