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when i was 11 i havent had my period yet but one time when i was in the bathroom with my cousin . i saw there was alot of blood in the pad . i asked what that was and she told me when i grow up i'll understand . after that i thought my cousin had cut her self ( down there for it to bleed and i didnt know why women would do such a thing ) . eventually i learn it "a women thing" . i didnt has tocut my self to have periods. lol
When i was young, i usedto believe that periods were a sign that you are officially in the adam and eve family, i didnt think they were there so u could make more family...silly me.
One day on the bus my friend was looking in my purse and found a wallet and she wanted to look inside. Well then she did and found my pads. My friend is a year older than me. She was like I am older than you and i still didnt get my period yet. So then the next day on the bus i was looking in her purse and i saw some pads in her purse. The she was like I just go my period. I was like how do you know and she was like because i just had a cramp. Then she lifts up her shirt half way and shows me that she put her pad on her stomach. lol
When I was around 4 or 5 I had a babysitter after preschool. Well one day, I went into her bathroom and found some tampons ( this was when they were in cardboard still). At first I started thinking that it was a prize and she had hidden them around the house. So, I went and looked in the cupboard beneath the sink, and there were so many. I toke them out to her and said ' I found them all! But, you might want to think about changing the cotton candy flavor inside. I think it went bad." I had eaten the cotton in the tampon and thought it was cotton candy. Now when I look back, I am so embrassed, and I still see her sometimes too!
My (male) friend believed until high school that a girl's period lasted about half an hour, although you wouldn't know wxactly when it would come, so you might have to wear a tampon for a day or two.
I also had a boyfriend in college who assumed girls changed their tampons daily, as one changes one's underwear.
i used to think all girls peed their pants, and pads where diapers
i liked the idea of it and wanted to be a girl
When I first got my period, I never really knew anything about it.I got really scared, I thought I was dying because there was blood everywhere and I kept "bleeding" while having my shower.
my exboyfriend in college thought that tampons were used as birth control...
sadly he was 20 years old... yikes for sex education!
when i was little a thought that menses were posinous and if u got it you died until i got mine when i was twelve i did not go to sleep the whole day cuz of that
i used to believe when i first got my period that in ored for the blood to come out i had to pee on the pad so i did that every time i had to go to the bathroom
At age 9
Mom said: Do you know what a period is?
Me said: *looking very proud* A dot at the end of a sentance!
When I was younger - before I started my period, we had sex ed and I had talked to my mum all about womnaly issues. So she told me that I was due to start my period soon, so me being rather melo-dramatic, announce to my older brother everytime I got stressed with him "Look, I'm allowed to be stressed! I'm going to start my period soon!!". He'd always give me a funny look and back off straight after....But the ironic thing was I didn't start my period until like another year later.
When I was little and my mum explained to me that a period was when the egg in a woman's body doesnt turn into baby, it comes out and a whole load of blood does too. I thought it was horrible that every month unborn babies were being flushed down our toilet, and I couldnt believe how cruel my mother was being!
When I was young I used to believe that women only got their periods during their teen years - so from 12 to about 19 years old. I was really disapointed when I learned the truth!
This is actually my mom's story but... when she and her sister were little, they were in the restroom and saw one of the tampon/pad dispensers. They went on for about ten minutes on how they thought sanitary napkins were for people who were too uptight to use the normal paper towels for there hands and they needed individually wrapped napkins. lol
Just before I hit puberty we had a talk at school about periods and they gave us free sanitary pads. I took them home and my mum asked me if I knew how to use them and I said of course I do. You take two and put them on either leg...I obviously hadn't understood what they were saying in the talk.
i used to think that my period would start red. Well, then i got mine, it was almost black!!!! I thought i had cancer or something!
thank god for mom who didn't laugh her head off- i was sooo SCARED!
One time when i was little, i saw a tampon machine at a rest-area bathroom. I used to believe that a tampon machine was an adult candy machine with candy bars that only adults eat [that explains the plain-looking wrappers]. So one day i brought a quarter in to the bathroom with me, so i could try this "adult candy" and look mature eating it. I put in the quarter and out came the "candy bar." I opened it up and remebered seeing one in the trashcan in one of the stalls, and i thought "I guess cherry isn't a very good flavor!" XD
So, i took it in the car with me and showed it to my sister [who was the same age]. I told her what it was, and we thought it didn't really look very tasty ... but my sis said it could be cotton candy! So i tried to bite it, and that's when my mom came in. Hehe ...
I had been given limited sex-ed in grade school so I thought I understood the whole "having your period" thing. A little bit of outflow for 5-7 days? No problem!
I was so upset when I got my first one and found out that you bled *the entire time*, not just once a day.
I used to think tampons were little cups that would fill up, and you'd have to c-a-r-e-f-u-l-l-y dump them out then put them back in. I didn't even want to try using them until I was in college and found out that they weren't cups.