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well,i am from Bangladesh,an asian country.i used to believe women can only get pregnent if and when they eat sweet from there husband on there wedding day -which is a culture in our marriage.
I used to believe that when you got married, and kissed then you would get pregnat and have a baby
I believed that only married women could get pregnant and that the priest was the one who would make her pregnant by throwing some magic powder on her during the ceremony.
I thought that during a marriage, when the bride and groom kissed each other, it made the bride pregnant
Until I was about 6 years of age I believed that when you walked down the isle at church when you got married, that was what made you pregnant so when I was at church I would never walk down the isle, only the side.
when i was little, i used to beleive that once you got married, you go pregnant and had a baby. once when i was about 4, i was pretending that i was a bride. i was holding flowers and walking slowly like i'd seen people do. then i realized that since i was now "married" i was going to have a baby. i was very frightened and i ran to my mom crying "i don't want to have a baby!"
she still has no idea what i was talking about.
When I was about 4-6 years, I used to think that women got pregnant when they french kissed at their wedding, so I thought you automatically got pregnant if you got married!
i used to believe that babies were concieved when the couple got married, when the man put the ring on the womans finger, the baby went through the mans finger into the womans finger and into her stomach, and she got pregnant...dont ask me how i explained getting pregnant before marriage...
Once when I was five my best friend told me that women got pregnant by kissing a man and then "wrestling" with him. I got so scared because that very day I had kissed a boy at school and then rolled around with him on the grass at recess.
I also used to believe that a woman automatically got pregnant as soon as she got married. I was freaked out and was afraid to get married. I thought that a magic bug came out of the preacher when he said "you may kiss the bride". For a really long time I was afraid of my pastor at church. Don't ask where this came from!
Because of this weird theory, my friend and I would always get in arguments when we played Barbies. She always wanted to make the non-married "girls" pregnant. I would yell at her that this couldn't happen. :P
when i was really young i used to think that you became pregnant when you kissed your husband at the altar on your wedding day!
I used to believe that people got pregnant by kissing on their marriage day.
When I was little I thought you would get pregnant automatically if you got married. So one day I saw my parents' wedding picture and I was wondering why my mom wasn't pregnant.
As a small child I believed that when you got married you instantly became pregnant (this probably had something to do with being raised amongst mormon family who always popped out at least one immediatly after getting married).
I used to believe that when a couple kissed at their wedding, that was when the woman got pregnant.
Being raised Catholic helped me come up with my own version of "how babies were made". I was convinced (up to age 10) that the ONLY way to become pregnant was to get married in church AND be sprinkled with holy water by the priest. Of course, that explained the first child. What I couldn't come up with was a good explanation on how to get pregnant with a second child WITHOUT having to get married again.
I used to believe that you could only have a baby if you were married and that it must be something to do with the ring, or whatever it was when they left the room in the middle of the wedding ceremony (to sign the register, I now know). I was confused, though, because most of the brides round our way were pregnant.
I used to believe that you had to be married to have babies, and that what got the woman pregnant was the kiss which takes place at the end of the wedding ceremony.
When I was little, all the books on conception said the sperm went into the egg, but never said where the sperm or egg was in the man and woman's body. I had a vague idea, but how did one travel to the other?
I assumed that when you got married, and you kissed the bride, a sperm went out the man's mouth into the woman's, and traveled down to her stomach, and she would get pregnant.