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My voice used to be kind of deep for a girl, I'm something of a tomboy, and I've always had swimmer's shoulders, so I started to suspect that the doctor had made a mistake and that I was secretly a boy.
I eventually asked my mother how she knew I wasn't a boy. She wouldn't elaborate any more than, "I just know," so I remained suspicious for quite some time.
when i was a kid i used to believe that girls had teeth inside their vagina and that they would disappear when the girl turned 16. i found out otherwise when i was 14, and my gf at the time was 15 :P
It is so embarassing, but when I was a child, I did not understand how it was possible to make a baby with a penis since I had seen it was rather soft. You knowI I had seen small boys on the beach with no clothes on and so on. So I believed penis had a bone (!!!) inside of it, who made it hard and able to produce babies! That "bone" grew out in the teens I believed, and that was why you had to be an adult to have a baby!
My Grandma always told me when i was small if i didnt eat my pecker would fall off.
I used to believe circumcision was when a boy went to pee in the toilet and his penis would fall apart into pieces and he could only fix it if the doctor sewed it back together.
Up until 8th grade or so I thought penises looked just like hot dog wieners.
Once when i was little me and my parents pulled up to a sonic. my mom was ordering chedder peppers, but my dad actually mispronounced it and said "chedder peckers". they began to crack up so i figured it was a joke of some sort. Afterwards we went to church and my mom and I were talking to the pastor. She told him we went to sonic and i chimed in loudly saying "yeah! she ate chedder peckers!!"
When I was younger, I didn't know there's such a thing as testicles - I thought males only have penises and nothing else.
Now the first shock: I'm a boy.
Then the second shock: I'M TELLING TRUTH!
When i was little, I did not understand the concept of puberty, so I thought a girl's breasts would grow overnight. I was a modest child, so one day i said to my mother, "Mommy, will you promise me that you won't clap when my boobs grow?"
I used to think that everyone was born without a penis, and the boys grew penises if they were boys. That was up until I had a little brother. :D
When I asked my mother if I would have more siblings, she explained that my father had an operation so she wouldn't get pregnant anymore. I assumed she had his penis cut off.
I use to think that penis' looked like wrinkly sausages because I would see my mom's friend's son naked when he was 4 or 5. I thought penis' looked like that forever. I also thought that balls were literally 2 separate balls hanging down behind the penis.
I used to think that a vagina was called a regina. I always used to wonder why they would name the queen after one on a postbox
When i was younger, about 5yrs old, i came out of the shower and turned to my dad. i was really worried, apparently i turned to my dad and said: "Dad! help! my winky is straight and strong!"
i'm 13 now and he won't let me live it down.
When I was younger I sneaked a read at a very old book on sex my aunt had in her garage (it was published in the '30's) It said that masturbation could lead to insanity, and that it could be detected in the urine. I was scared to death when my doctor asked for a urine sample before my appendectomy. Parents: Let's don't fill our kids with such garbage!
For some reason until I was a teen I thought not every man had a penis. Some were lucky to have them and some just had hair there and nothing else. Now I'm thinking that the idea could be from censored R-rated movies.
Until I was 9, I was absolutely convinced that I had a penis [I'm a girl]. Now, I had seen naked babies before, so I knew that mine wasn't in my crotch. I thought I had a secret, hidden penis somewhere, and if I could just find it I'd be able to play with the boys and not be laughed at.
I could never understand why people would laugh so hard when I told them that I DID have a penis, I just lost it and needed to find it again! After all, they were girls and so had secret penises, too- they obviously just weren't looking hard enough!
When I was little, instead of getting the 'sex talk' my mum gave me a brief overview and then gave me a book on the subject. I read the word vagina as 'virginia' and for many years I felt very sorry for girls called that because it was a supposedly 'dirty' word (I was a very puritanical little kid).
Years later I found out the real way of pronouncing vagina, but when I was about eleven in a class presentation on sex for some reason I mispronounced it again as Virginia. Took me a long time to live that one down...
Until he was a bloomin' nine year old, my cousin believed that his penis would fall off one day. So, thinking he was hilarious, my uncle, during a family party, dropped a chicken sausage (the cocktail type) on the pretty clean floor, and went, "Oh my God! (Inserts cousin's name), that's your dick, ain't it?" My cousin instantly burst out crying, as my uncle casually picked up the sausage and ate it.
He's 12 now, and I think he's still afraid of losing an important part of the male anatomy, since he takes only a minute (literally) to enter the toilet, pee, wash his hands and exit.
My husbsand told me that when he was younger he thought girls and boys had the same "parts" but the only difference was, that the girls own was really really small, so he used to laugh at them (to himself) about their small "parts". How funny is that! (LOL) I still pick on him about it!