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After watching too much English tv, I used to believe that only men named James could get married. When I realised there were hardly any men named James in Belgium (where I live) I cried for days thinking I'd never find a husband unless I moved to England.

Devilfish
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when i was a little kid i used to think that a honeymoon was where after a couple had got married they celebrated by eating honey infront of the moon..is it true i'm still not so sure

starlight
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I used to believe that I would save my very first kiss for my husband on our wedding day, but I would make my mom and dad leave the church so they wouldn't see me because I'd be embarassed.

Chelsea
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I used to think that when a couple got married and went on their honeymoon, they took a vacation to the moon.

Jen
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When I was about 4, my mum informed me that when women get married they have to change their names. Obviously she didn't explan very well and I went round for weeks telling people "When I get married my name is going to be Sarah so you had better remember it!"

Marie
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When my mom explained to me that the bridal shower is whan the bride is "showered" with gifts, I took it literally. I imagined it would be quite painful for the bride to have a bunch of heavy packages dropped upon her and that her gown would probably get ripped and she'd get all bruised up. I wondered why they didn't just hand the gifts to her, but then I figured this was the kinda of thing they meant they said "There's no such thing as a free lunch."

Alex H.
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When i was younger i used to belief that when people got married and went on their honeymoon, thay actually went to the moon and ate honey.

Elisa
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i used to believe the reason people were nervous about weddings was because that was going to be the day where they were gonna kiss for the first time.

Anon
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When I was 4 I thought the minister gave the bride and groom a brand new last name when they got married. l asked my dad what his maiden name was and my parents burst out laughing. I got so upset because I just wanted to know his old name.

Lauren :)
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I used to believe that if I put my dad's toothbrush close to my mom's toothbrush, with the bristles touching - like a kiss - they would never fight and be together forever.

Anon
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When I was around 5, I heard my mom talking about going to a bridal shower with some other ladies, and I was picturing all these women in the shower together!! I was quite disturbed and was glad I wasn't going.

Missy Rae
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I used to believe that if a woman saw any man naked, apart from her husband, she would have the urge to cut their penis off.

Marc
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i used to think that when you went to get married, you picked out a girl from a group that came to the wedding.

steve
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When I was little, I used to think that one line in the wedding vows was "Will you have this woman to be your awfully wedded wife"
I could never figure out why you would want to marry that person.
It actually made me giggle durring that part of my wedding ceremony!

Sharon
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My daughters, who are 4 years old, believe that if they kiss a boy, or a boy kisses a girl, they get married! This is becuase they were at my wedding and of course my husband and I kissed and then we were married. I have tried to explain to them but they just don't understand.

Angel
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I used to believe that when I used up all the sheets in my desk scratch pad, I would be married.

Barb
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I used to believe that when married couples went on their honeymoon they were actually going to the moon, I always wanted to get married because of that.

Anon
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I used to believe that it was physically impossible to have a child until you got married, up until my surprise cousin came along.

Kat
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I used to believe you had to get married if you were normal, so I had to get married to a man, because I was a normal girl with nothing wrong with me. Not that there was a law, just that you HAD to. Not that I had to be a housewife, just that I had to marry a man. I was nine when I found out you didn't have to get married (people had always told me before but I thought they were just making the unmarried weirdos feel better.)

blnkfrnk
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When I was at primary school I used to believe you could only marry someone who was the same height as you!

Lucy
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