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My friend's little brother (he was 7) thought her mom's pads were pampers. so, he asked his mom if she was hawing a baby and if she still loves him!
I used to believe that maxi pads were worn backwards with the sticky side on your.....tutu.
One day I was going to paint my fingernails and I saw my mother's tampons under the sink. I figured they were "Mommy Toys" whenever mommies became bored. Then my mom yelled "snack time!" I ran downstairs... yay! fruit rollups! (fruity sticky gummy stuff all rolled up) And then my strange, curious mind thought they fruit rollups looked like tampons! So I took a tampon out and thought maybe my dog would like it since my mom didn't allow me to give food to the dog. My dog chewed and chewed and so then my Mom told me not to do that again. I have always believed in "Mommy Toys" until I turned 11 and then horrer story was told... twice ^_^ lol
My mom used to wrap presents to mail to out-of-state relatives really well in a lot of tissue paper. One day, when I was 8 or 9, I found her sanitary napkins in a bathroom cabinet. Thinking that something "really cool" was carefully wrapped inside, I tore several to pieces, looking for a treat, only to be disappointed.
One day as my daughter, 3 years old, and I were shopping, we ended up on the "feminine hygiene" isle. As we passed the sanitary napkins, my daughter blurted, "Look at those BIG band-aids, mom!" It was so cute I had to laugh!!
I used to think that if you sneezed while wearing a tampon it would shoot out like a rocket.
When I was younger and watching sanitry towel adverts with them pouring water over the pads to show how they absourbed the water, my fagile mind convinced me to think that when your older, women would wet themselves on their periods!!!
a male friend of mine used to think that only women who had been pregnant had periods
when we were little my cousin, my brother, my mom, my dad, & i were in the car. mom asked for a kleenex out of her purse & my cousin give her a tampax****!
When I was young I was afraid to use tampons because I thought they would get "lost" in your body somewhere
when I was 7 or so, my friend told me that you could die from having your period.
I was talking to my boyfriend on the phone one night. He asked if I had gotten my period for the month yet. I told him I had it right now. He goes "Oh no you'd better go change! How long has it been sitting there!?" He thought all the blood came out at once and it was just sitting in my underwear.
When i was little.. about 5 or 6 i used to believe that the blood in the toilet was my mom having nosebleed's.
when i was about five (and way too young to fully understandthe cycles of a woman), i saw an advertisment on tv for pads, i asked my mom what they were for and she said that it is for when older women have accidents, this lead me to believe that as you get older, you have less control over your bladder, so for about three years this knowledge scared the hell out of me.
When I was little, I used to believe that tampons were for putting between your breasts for some mysterious purpose. I think it was to absorb the milk so it wouldn't stain your shirt.
When I was little, about 7, I was rooting through my mom's purse while we were driving someplace, and I pulled out a tampon. Of course being 7 I didn't use them yet, or even know about them so I asked what they were and she told me that it was a bandaid... so the next week, my friend came over to my house and we were playing and we got cut, cause kids play rough, so we went up to my mom's room and grabbed 2 tampons and started trying to use them as bandaids, till my mom found us, and after she died laughing she drove my friend home and explained it all to me.
when i was 11, i used to beieve that if you wore a tampon u were NOT consider as a virgin
When I first heard about periods, I somehow misunderstood and thought that when you have your period, you pee out blood instead of pee. So after that I would always check the toilet for blood.
i used to believe that in order to put a tampon in you would have to push the piece of cotton out before you could push it up in you. After countless waisted tampons my mom finally told me how you were really supposed to do it. i felt like such an idiot!!!
I used to think that when you had a period you only bled when you peed and that you had to wear pads because the pressure made you dribble pee on yourself all the time.