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im 9.my older cousin is 11.we were in the car and my mom asked for a kleenex from her purse,my cousin grabed a tampax andgave it to her.you'd think he'd know**********!!!

unknown***
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My friend told me about a guy one time that asked her if she had got her period yet. When she replied that she got it every month, he said in surprise, "You mean you get it more than once?"

Anon
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when i was little i used to always ask my mom what tampons were....she would never tell me she said something like "um...i dunno" and i would be like "oh ok" and one day i desided that i would figure out what they were so i went into the bathroom got some and started doing expeeraments.....like i wonder what would happen if i used them as hairpins XDDDDDD i was so stupid

AJ
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When I was little, I thought pads were a fashion accesory. I didn't find out until Grade 4.

Fashionably Challenged
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When I was in 3rd grade my friend (also in 3rd grade) Valerie told me that you could'nt were the "Stick" kind of tampons things until you had a baby, so there would be a hole for the thing. Then I went to my cousins house she's was 16 and I was looking for hand soap and I found a box of "The Stick" kind with my cousins name written on it I thought she was STUPID and had sex before she was married and then hid the baby in her room so then I went and turned her whole room upside down then she walked in and said "What the heck are you doing?" "Looking for your baby" I responded. She was SOOO confused.

Kandi
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when i started my period i screamed, bu tnobody was home, i thought i was internally bleeding or somthing.i called the hospital, and it was a man! i told him i was "internally bleeding, and it was coming out of my "pee pee" and he goes hoe old r u? i go 10 and he said, where is ur mom? i said not here. he said do u know what a period is? i said something that goes at the end of the sentence, he goes good news. u r not internally bleeding. when ur mom gets home, tell her. shell help u.

not telling
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When I was in about 3rd grade I still didnt know about periods so I always used to tink that the pads in my moms bathroom were things kinda like diapers, so when my mom had to go pee in public, shed just go in the pad. So one day I went to school with a pad in my underwear and during class I had to go pee. So I just went in my pants. Then, to my surprise the pee didnt soak into the pad to well, I ended up going home that day early because my pants were all wet. Once I found out wat pads were really used for I felt so embarassed and so stupid...

Megan
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I used to think masterbation (i think I spelled that right) was the same thing as a period...so I used the word masterbate a few times instead of period, no one ever corrected me


I didn't find out I was wrong until i was 12...man was I embarassed because I said "I mastrabated last week." everyone made fun of me because of that.

Megan
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im in 8th grade,and the boys in our school havnt been educated yet about the female body,just the male. so some of my male classmates were discussing tampons within earshot of me. one said "dont they go up there and suck up all the blood?" and another said "no,they explode and suck up the blood"...then they turned to me and asked me,and i yelled at them and stayed out of the naive conversation and thier akward explanations

Anon
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When I was little and I saw my mom getting undressed I used to wonder why she had a piece of blue string out of her bottom.I used to offer to pull it out for her.

Silly Lily
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When we were little my sister and I believed women put tampons up their butts to either prevent them from pooping or to catch the poo. I have no idea what caused this belief, but I remeber not questioning it. I totally believed it. Consequently, I thought that all women used tampons every day.

Seca
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When I was young my girl scout troop went to this mother daughter breakfast at a country club. It was a nice place and me and alot of the girls were hanging around in the swanky bathroom. In the stalls there was a box that was marked napkin disposal, and I (along with the other girls) was under the impression that this was where we out our dirty table napkins, so we all put them in there. It happens

Anon
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a few months ago i was babysitting a young girl. i had set my purse down and had gone off to make the dinner for a moment. when i came back she asked me "what are these?" and had taken out my sanitary napkins and was examining them closely. i didn't know what to do, and i didn't think it was right for me to give her the birds-and-bees talk without her parents consent, so i told her they were surprises. she took this to mean that they were wrapped gifts. after all, they were wrapped in pink paper! i have never seen a kid so dissappointed when i told her she couldn't open them.

Kate!
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I used to think that guys had periods, too.

Laurie
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When I was younger, I would see commercials for pads on TV. The women in them would always be running on the beach, or standing on the edge of a cliff with her arms wide open breathing the fresh air, or something cheesy like that that usually involved the people with big grins on their face like they were having the best time.

Anyways, I always thought that they were diapers for kids, and they were SO releived that their baby wasn't going to pee in their pants or all over the floor, they would run around smiling.

It never occured to me why the actual diaper-wearing kids were'nt in the commercial.

Laurie
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When I was little, I always found the tampon holders in my mom's purse. I thought that they were the things that held the toilet paper on the holder.One day I asked my dad why my mom took the t.p. holders to work. I finally found out by watching the movie at school!!!

confused little girl
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When I was i kid, my mother used to send me to the store to buy he sanitary napkins.She would give me an envelope with a note and money in it.When I got to the stor,the woman would read the note, go in the back room,and come out with a wrapped up box. I thought my mother was a spy for many years!
Matthew


matthew
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I used to believe period blood came from the nipples. I thought that was what "padded bras" were for!!

Anon
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i just found out that my 6 year old brother was taking my tampons out of my cabinet and giving to his friends at school. he told them that they were suppose to put them in their butts and leave them in there for a lond time.

kimberly
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when i was little i believed that tampons were invisible crayons and so i took them to school and gave them to my friends.

Anon
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