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I used to believe that whenever 2 people got married they would have a baby and that they would have to get married again to have a second child.

Tanner
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i used to believe we all had to marry our brothers. i was really upset cause i didnt wanna marry him.

Maria
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When I was young my 2 older sisters tried to convince me thar I was in love with Tony Blair. They told me over and over again that deep down I loved him, so eventually I believed them and kissed the TV whenever he came on saying I wanted to marry him.
Bad times.

Whoopsedaisy
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I have another one. When I was a little bit older, right after I found out that kindergarten wasn't a mass-wedding...I began to form, not really a crush, but what I thought was going to be a forced marriage. Everyday my family would go over to this couple's house named "Aunt Kathy and Uncle Jon's". Then they would force me and this little terror named "Scottie" to play together. It wasn't until during my kindergarten year that I figured out that Aunt Kathy was my mom's sister and Uncle Jon was her husband. It wasn't until 2nd grade that I found out that me and Scottie weren't going to be forced to marry, but that he was my cousin!

Incest (Madi)
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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

Dee
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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.

Katherine
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I used to believe that when women got married, a random man off the street would suddenly propose to her. I asked my mom about that and she said that was right and sometimes the man would even get down on his knee! I found that stupid and was disgusted. I vowed to never get married, and I think that vow will last, but for different reasons, of course...

Nicole
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When I was about 4 or 5 I believed that you could date as many people as you wanted at a time and be in love with all of them and then you would choose one of them to marry.

Anon
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I used to believe that when two people got married the wife automatically became pregnant. Like the baby just started growing once they decided to get married. That's because every wedding that I went to as a kid the bride was married. I had no concept of sex back then.

justakid
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i used to believe you had to marry people who have your same last name. i thought this because before my mom was married, her last name actually was the same as my dad! so i was confused with that until i was like seven....

Edgar C.
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when i was about five my step dad and my mom were going on a honey moon, it had been my first time hearing the words honey moon, so i asumed it was a moon made of honey, i knew honey was a liquid so i was in fear of them drowning

jasmine
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i lost interest in marriage when i learned NASA didn't organize little vacations on the moon for honeymooners.

optional
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Once when I was 2 my mom and dad were going to attend a wedding (and leave me and my sister with a babysitter.) I thought they were going to their OWN wedding, and for years and years after that I thought that was when they had gotten married.

Carrie
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MY FATHER ALWAYS TOLD ME THAT IF I DIDN'T LEARN TO COOK, NO MAN WOULD EVER WANT TO MARRY ME. I BELIEVED THAT RIGHT ABOUT UNTIL I GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL.

JANIE
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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.

Where do the seeds go, then?
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I used to believe that as soon as a couple was married they got a baby when they were done walking down the aisle. I also used to think they got to choose the gender of the kid too.

Anon
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i used to believe that when you are older you could marry as many people as you like as my mum used to kiss many men all the time!!

roxy s
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when i was litttle i used to believe that married people were brothers and sisters cuz brothers and sisters have the same last name too.

mia
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I grew up in NY. I remember overhearing my mother saying she and my Dad got married in Dobbs Ferry{MD}. I therafter would tell my friends my parents were married on a ferry boat! Sounded pretty exciting to me! It was several years later that I realized they had eloped and drove to Dobbs Ferry, Maryland to be married by a justice of the peace. Back then Maryland didn't require a blood test so lot's of applicants would flock there for quickie marriages.

George
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I used to believe that a husband had to be 6 months to 1 year older than his wife. If it were less than 6 months, or more than one year, they couldn't get married. I was very confused one day when one of my friends told me that her dad was 9 years older than her mom.

Jess
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