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I used to beleive that when a girl wore a tampon she couldn.t go to the bathroom until she removed it. I thought they had to hold their pee all day!
When I was about 13 years old and started my period for the first time, I was quite pleased with myself, and quite proud. As evening rolled around, it started to get later and later and finally my mother said that I had better get to bed. I asked her what time the period was supposed to stop for the night. I thought it would stop for night and then start up again in the morning. When she told me that it didn't, I was completely outraged.
When I was 9 or 10, I'd read all the teen magazines and I'd see all these ads for pads. Confused, I went and asked my mum what pads were and she said it was to avoid staining your underwear. I thought to myself, "I could use some pads," because I was starting to get discharge and it was staining my underwear, and that's what I thought my period was.
When I was about eight i found a tampon in my mothers purse, i was confused on what it was and took it, about two weeks after that I got a bloody nose...using all common sense i had(which wasnt much) i took the tampon and shoved it up my nose to stop the bleeding. I left it in there for several hours until my father got home and saw me on the couch, lying there with a tampon in my nose. He still laughs with my mom about it to this day!
When me and my best friend first started our periods niether of us used tampons (my mom was scared i would lose my virginty if i did lol).
My friend was the first to use one cuz she got her period on vacation and afterward she was telling me about it. She said at first she started putting it in the wrong hole and i was shocked cuz i thought there was only one hole down there! i was about 12.
My Grandmother told me that if a girl kisses a boy too soon it will make her have an early and difficult ministration. So I saved my first kiss for when I had my first period.
One time when I was seven I used to think that boys also wore tampons, so I walked around with one in my underwear.
***I used to believe that when you started your period you would just pee blood and then it accured to me, if you just peed blood then why would you need pads.
I used to believe that when a woman got her period, she had it every day and when it happened to me i would have to steal pads because it would be very expensive
One of those tampon comerciacas came on and I turn to my mom ( i was 8) and say why do they have commcials for the dot at the end of the sentence?
When I was 5 or 6, I thought that my Mom's 'panty liners' were meant to be stuck on her hips, in order to cushion against the effect of the elastic in the waste band rubbing against and iritating her skin.
I used to believe that when you had your first period blood would run out like it does on a sink.
when i was a bit younger and in the 5th grade my best friend had just gotten her period. and i wasn't completly sure what it was. and i remember her saying she had to wear a pad. and so i thought that once you got your period, it stayed with you forever. so i was sooooo scared to get it. cause i just thought that you would have to wear a pad until you were an old old lady. and so i was scared that once i got it, i'd never be the same. and so i "cherished" my time period free.....
* i learned the truth in the 7th grade when we had to watch the sex video..ahahaha*
when i was in the 5th grade, i got my first period, my mom hadnt yet talked to me about that so i didnt know that only girs got periods, i didnt have a pad or tampon of corse so i just walked up to a guy friend of mine and asked him for a pad.
i used to believe that the blood came out of ur butt
When i had my first period, i wasnt really prepared so my Mom had to go buy me some of my own pads, my sister who was a very curious little girl snuck into the closet and found the pads, later that year my family was having a get-together and my sister blurtted out to me, "Sissy! Do you still have to wear those diapers?" I laugh now, but back then I was so embarassed!
When I was around twelve, (I was kinda slow) I thought that sanitary napkins were for women that can't hold there bladder. I was at my relatives house joking with my uncle. I called him a big woman, and said he should not forget to get his maxi pads. I thought it was funny, but when my mom asked me what I thought they were for, and she corrected me, I actually laughed harder.
Well, this is actually something my friend told me.
When she was 11 and in the 6th grade and I was in the 7th she went to the bathroom during lunch and saw blood in her underwear. Since it was her first time, she didn't realize what it was and ran out crying and telling everyone she was going to miss them until this girl's like what's wrong. my friend told her that she was gonna bleed to death and when the girl told her the truth she got really embarrased cause all the boys heard too.
while grocery shopping with my mother for an upcomming party, i told her, "we need to get some sanitary napkins in case there is some type of spill". althought i was way too old, i had no idea that "pads" and "sanitary napkins" were the same thing
I used to think tampons were crayons.