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When I was a kid, I believed that if a girl wore boys' underwear, she'd grow a penis. Actually, that belief was only TRULY refuted a few weeks ago, by my (female) friend who likes to wear Batman Underoos....according to her, she's been wearing them for years, and still hasn't noticed anything growing down there, so it *must* be safe, lol.
one day in school we were learning about sandwich toppings. later that day i went out to eat and was surprised to see one of the the toppings we had learned about-sprouts. i wanted to point it out to my parents so i said oh look sperms!
Like many men I started getting erections while I was still young. As a child, this scared and confused me and, for some reason, I used to believe that if you poured water on it, it would shrink back down. I don't know how I came up with this.
I used to think that a mans penis was shiny, bit like a sausage skin only found out it wasn't when i saw someone's on the net when i was 13. How dumb can u get lol?
My brother and sister are two years apart, my sister being eldest.
When my brother was being potty-trained, he could not understand why my sister had a much easier time of it.
one of these times [which they are teased mercilessly for] my sister patted my brother on the back and assured him.
"Don't worry, it'll fall off someday. Mine did!"
I grew up a tomboy, surrounded by mostly guy friends. One day in middle school, I got hit in the crotch by something and I exclaimed, "Ow! Right in the nuts!" My mom had to explain to me (after she stopped laughing and could breathe again) that I didn't HAVE nuts.
when i was a child and i heard that penis's had heads on them i envisioned an actual little head on top of a penis!! i was mortified!!
A long time ago, when someone would say something about someone "loosing their marbles", I thought that they were refering to their testicles, because I used to call them marbels after my mom said that calling them balls was rude.
I used to think that the scar on my penis from circumcision was a ring of dirt. So, in the shower or bath, I would vigorously try to clean it off, to no avail!
I used to believe that vaginas were actually called puttycats becuase that was what my mom would call them.Later when I found out the real name,she told me she would call it a puttycat becuase when she was little she had underwear with Sylvester from The Looney Tunes on it,and when people would come over her house she used to point to her underwear area and say ,"Look at my puttycat".
As a young child, the basic mechanism of reproduction was explained to me, but not in detail, and I thought that testicles were what were "ejected" (whole) into the female's body, which sounded painful, and then you grew another one in its place.
I used to believe having sex would make your genitals explode/fall off.
I used to think that the woman's private area was called a "va-CHINA" and I imagined people in China lived in little teepees that looked like upside-down giant va-CHINAs. What else could explain that word?
In explaining to me (a 5 year old boy) why women can have babies, my mother explained that boys have a pee hole and a poo hole. Girls have a pee hole, a poo hole, and also a baby hole. For years, I imagined that the baby hole looked just like the poo hole and was right next to it.
When I was about four, my cousin and I got caught playing "Doctor" so my mother told me that girls had teeth "down there" and if you stuck your finger or penis "down there" it would get bitten off. Well that was my mother's form of contraception. It wasn't until I was 14 when a girl seduced me and I was afraid because I didn't want to get my penis bitten off, so she showed me that girls did not have teeth "down there". My first reaction was; no wonder look at the shape her gums are in.
I used to believe that girls had only one hole for both peepee and, you know, the vagina.
I used to think that each testicle had its own sack. For real. I even asked the first guy I had sex with if his was normal. Hes my husband now, and he loves to tell that story.
I used to think the head of my penis was my circumcision scar. I thought it looked that way because they took something like a meat cleaver and chopped off the tip, and all the flesh inside popped out like that and formed a mushroom like scar. I was glad since it was so sensitive, but got mad when I found out that uncut guys have one, too. It just only comes out when it's time to play.
When I was a youngster, I learned about circumcision in such a way that I believed it was reserved for Jewish people. Later, at a friends house, I saw an image in a foreign porno mag of a man who was missing the head of his penis (I don't know why, I couldn't read the text).
This lead me to believe that Jewish men were all missing the head of their penes, and that's what circumcision was.
Here's the worst part:
This stayed with me until I was 23! It was very embarassing when I mentioned to a girlfriend that I couldn't imagine having a circumsized penis, and she had to tell me that I was very silly because I was circumsized. I was lucky that she thought it was so rediculous, that I must have been joking.
I had to look it up later to find out why it was funny.
This happened when I was about 4 years old... My brother, who was about 1 yr. at the time was getting a bath from my mom. I accidently walked in on them because it was almost time for my bath. I then saw my brothers parts, and I saw they were different than mine. I thought there was something wrong with me because I didn't have a penis. And I actually thought if I started doing boy things, then I would "grow" one. Then my mom explained that I'm a girl and my brother's a boy, and that boys and girls have different parts. So, I learned about the difference between a male and a female at a really young age.