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When I was little I thought that a woman got pregnant when she kissed a man on her wedding day. I thought a seed got shot out of the man into the woman's stomach, where it grew into a baby.
When I was four I thought that RIGHT when a man and a woman got married that the woman just became pregnant out of nowhere. I remember telling my grandma I would never get married.
When i was younger, I used to think that the way you got pregnant was to get married.
When i was young, i thought that as soon as you were married, the woman would automatically get pregnant.
when I was a child I thought that when a man and a woman got married, when the man kissed his bride the woman became pregnant. That's how I thought babies were made.
I used to believe that a woman would get pregnant when she kissed a man. That's why I said to my friend one day when we were about 6 "The only reason they have a man and woman kiss at their wedding is to get a baby started." She nodded. Apparently she had the same belief. I was corrected when I joined an internet forum a year later...
I used to believe that a couple would have a baby only if they got married and the priest would bless the bride to make her pregnant!
when i was little i used to think that when you got married and the man and wife kissed that was when the wife got pregnant. i thought the baby somehow came through the man's mouth, passed into the woman's, and then went into her stomach where it grew. one day i found out this wasn't true when i had an argument with my dad about how he must have been married four times.
I thought to get pregnant that you had to have a wedding and get married to the man you wanted to get pregnant with...thus leading me to believe that my parents got married twice...
I used to believe (when i was about 5) that the way a women got pregnant was at the marriage: the priest says "you may now kiss the bride" and when they kiss she magically becomes pregant
When I was really little, I used to think that you autmoatically got pregnant when you got married.
I never wanted to get married because I didn't want kids. Thankfully, it was all explained to be around the age of 7 or 8.
very like the lady with the beleif about the hindu neckband - only more scientific (im a bit autistic) i worked out that as women only had babies after marriage (showing my age eh!) there must be a very sensitive nerve in the ring finger which had a specific chemical receptor for gold and would send a message to the ladys womb to grow a baby when the ring was there. And that was why men couldnt have babies cos they didnt have that nerve in their finger. i was SO gutted when i found out i was wrong. i had it all figured out.
This is actually chronicled in a story I drew as a 5 year old...
I thought when a girl turned 20 she automatically got married to a random guy, and getting married caused her to automatically get pregnant. In my picture book I drew them falling in love, then walking out of the church with her hand on a bulging belly. Wow, I was messed up.
I used to belive if you got married you got pregnant. now i know that I was WAAAAYYYY off!!
I used to believe that marriage caused pregnancy.
i use to belive that when you kissed your husband at you weding the special kiss at your wedding would make you pregnant
i used to believe that when two people got married, that when the man put the ring on the woman's finger, it made a baby begin to grow in her stomach then i thought the baby came out of the bellybutton so the mother had to pour food through her bellybutton to feed the baby while she was pregnant...
I used to believe that just getting married got a woman pregnant.
When I was very young, I believed that women became pregnant just by getting married. It was very disturbing to me when I learned that my widowed great-aunt had a new boyfriend. I figured they would end up married, and something just didn't seem right about a 70-year-old woman having a baby.
i thought that babies were made when the bride and groom kissed on their wedding day and that in order to have multible children, a couple had to get married multible times. i once asked my mom why my two older brothers werent the ring bearers when they had me.