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When was younger I used to believe condoms were a food, because I once heard someone speak of vanilla and cherry flavored condoms, and I believed that for years
Yeah, when i was about 7 and in boyscouts, i was in the parking lot of the church where we had our meetings. I found this long balloon like object on the ground, thinking it was a deflated clown balloon. I picked it up and put it to my mouth, to my fathers horror. He never explained why exactly it was wrong. I just assumed it was because someone had already put their mouth on it.
(Now that i look back on it, i realize how horrible it is that someone was THAT anxious to get it on that they did it in the parking lot of a church...AND that they would throw out their used condom on the blacktop for your unsuspecting boy to put their mouths on it thinking it was a balloon.. what has america come to? [hehe, i made a funny])
In England a few years ago we had a Dulux Paint commercial on the television with a big Old English Sheep Dog.
When I was 12 or something I was out with my Mom and we saw one of these dogs. I said "if I had one of those dogs I'd call it Durex"! whoops!
up untill fairly recently when we had to put condoms on bananas for sex ed, i thought that condoms were small cap type things that were only about two centermetres long and a man just put it on the end of his penis like a hat. I was always thinking no wonder they fall off all the time.
When I was younger and me and my mom and/or dad went to the store I would always, in some way or the other, try to get them to buy me some candy. (I realize I was a pain in the ass) One day my mother and I went into a gasstation. (I was about 6-7yo) We had been there many times before, but they had rearranged the shelves and counters. I had for some time noticed the special candy that was hanging way up on the wall, behind the counter, but now the were moved down just in my height and reach. Strawberry, banana and the one I had my eyes on; licoricecandy! I took it down and wanted my poor old mum to buy it for me. I didn't quite understand the reaction from my mom and the girl behind the counter, but it was a mixture of embarassment, amusement and disappointment. Ok I stood for the disappointed part because I didn't get my licoricecandy, and i was told i had to get older first, and some other subtile remarks I couldn't make out. I got a chocolatebar though. When we got out my mum told me that it was something called "condoms", apparently flavoured. Not long after I figured out that condoms was something grownup guys puts on their little crusadors when they would hug their girlfriend in that special way.. and I started to wonder why girls wantet the little guy to taste like candy! I had some ideas and thoughts about the issue.. and it wasn't until some years later i found out that they were surprisingly accurate! And now it even made sense ;)
When I was young, my dad had condoms in his "secret drawer.' I used to go through the drawer out of curiosity, and whenever I found the green, squishy packages with the rubbery circle inside, I'd ask what they were. He'd always say it were medicine, but I could never understand how you could swallow a big squishy circle. It was later when I actually opened one of the packages and realized that you cover your "pee pee" with it.
I used to believe tampons go in but they never came out and I aslo belived that condoms were rubber underwear
When i was learnin about sex for the first time, and i learned about a condom, i thought that condoms where made of the same material as diapers, and that they were at least 1 inch thick, because i had heard so many ppl talk about them breaking....
I believed for an embarrassingly long time that before you have sex you should blow the condom up like a balloon to check for holes.
i used to believe that condoms stopped a mans wee getting out while having sex.
When I was nine I found some condom's in my dad's briefcase... I thought they were drugs. For a while I was afraid he was going to die from them...
I understood what a condom was....and I knew it was used to prevent STDs, but I thought there must be a pin hole at the tip so baby making was still possible
When I was little, my rarely saw my parents kiss, or hug, or have any type of physical contact. This was not because they disliked each other or had a bad relationship, but because they were like any other normal, Asian parents. So one day, when I stumbled into my mom and dad's closet and found a box of condoms, I was incredibly confused. I used to think that perhaps my dad wore the condoms everyday to protect himself from getting raped by other, nasty women. I refused or never really believed that my parents who *gasp* ever have sex together.
When I was little, I discovered condoms (still in their wrappers) in my parents' bathroom and naturally had to ask my mother. She just told me it was to prevent making a baby. I assumed from the way the looked, they went on the woman's breasts during sex and somehow prevented a baby. I didn't know the basics of sex at that time...
Well i new what tampons were but like when ever i would hear my odler borther ask my mom for money for condoms i thought that they were like tampons for guys becasue i thought guys got there periods to.i thought that condoms were for guys like tampons. Well i didnt learn what they really werre until i found a boxof condoms and read the paper in there!!!
i used to believe condoms where some kinda hair rubber band for girls haha
it's pretty embarrassing now lollll
My husband found a (unopened) condom in his parents' room and when he asked what it was his dad told him it was ear medicine. lol
when i was a youngen i used to believe that condoms looked like pants!!
When I was younger, about 5-years old, I was at a drug store and I saw something peculiar. They were in boxes below a sign that I could not read. To my small brain it looked like a ring-like bandaid. I thought you put it on the tip of your finger, roll it up, and it acted like a finger-glove or a tourniquet. They seemed like a childrens toy because they came in so many colors! Was I surprised when I learned to read later on in life!
My father used to work at the US Post Office. He used to leave little rubber finger covers lying around the house--grippers use to help sort through letters...I was never sure, but I always suspected those were rubbers.