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When I was ten, my left boob started getting really sore and I could feel a lump in there. For weeks I was so sure I had cancer. When I finally broke the news to my mother, she started cracking up and told me I was just "budding." Whew!
My mom is filipino, and instead of saying "penis" we said the tagalog word for it (I don't know how to spell it, so I'm leaving that part out), and I never knew what a penis was until I was in fourth grade, when a kid at school hurt his testicles and said, "Ow, my penis!", and I asked my mom, because I'd never heard the word before.
When I was little, my father always used the word "gadget" to describe a penis. Imagine my surprise the first time I heard a grownup refer to some tool as being a "handy little gadget"!
This is not mine itz my cousins.
When my cousin was about three and was just starting to realise that he had those bits he had his friend over (which was a girl) and they were both playing in the pool naked ( as three year olds do.)And he looked at his his friend very amazed and quickly ran to his mum saying.
'Mum, Mum Sophie cut off her wee-wee! She cut it off look! I could never do that!'
And of course we all stormed with laughter and he just stood there confused because he thought that we should all be really worried and we should rush her to the hospital.
I used to believe that whenever I had an erection, I had a bone inside my penis. When I found this site, I found out how common a childhood belief that is.
when i was 12, i asked my brother how he could ride his racing bike without being in pain. he looked at me completely baffled and asked me why i had asked such a question. i thought that mens 'bits' were in the same position as mine - directly under them between their legs - and thought that the skinny seat must really hurt. he laughed so much he cried!
I was also quite afraid the first time I saw an erect penis, because I didn't understand how it would fit. They kind of left that part out of sex ed.
When I was Little (like 3) i assumed that everyone had a vagina. Well one day at my babysitters all 5 of us were changing into our bathing suits to go in the pool.their was only one boy at my babysitters so she had us all change in the same room. I noticed that he was diffrent than the rest of us,Causing me to go home later that day saying hey mom Jake has something hanging out of his vagina.
in 5th grade my childhood sweetheart asked me if I had puberty, I at the time didn't know what it was so I told him I got puberty for Christmas.
i used to think that when you were bad your mom would cut your willie off and thats why girls didn't have them!
WHEN I WAS ABOUT SIX, I WENT INTO THE BATHROOM, AND SAW MY DADS WILLY WHEN HE WAS LYING IN BATH, I WENT CRYING TO MY MUM SAYING "I'LL NEVER BE ABLE TO FIT IT DOWN THERE" THINKING IT WOULD GROW AND NOT ME.
THANKFULLY YAERS LATER I'M NOW IN PROPORTION.!!!
When I was in elementary school, I learned from a classmate that gay people are men who have sex with each other. I couldn't for the life of me figure out how that worked and somehow came to the conclusion that it involved dueling with penises. I didn't learn of my error until well into middle school, and to this day when I think of gay people penis dueling is the first thing that jumps to my mind.
When I was younger, I used to think men's 'balls' were two separate areas of skin, with nothing connecting them in the middle. I knew they hung down. But I thought the bottom parts were as big as tennis balls and there was no connecting skin in between.
i used to think everybody had 1 ball and u could move it from side to side
I overheard my grandmother (77yo) talking with my aunt (58yo) about how she's had a hard lump at the top(front) of her 'min' (how she referrs to her genitals) and that she's spent years trying to scrub it off. My aunt explained to her that it's her clitoris. My Nan then said that she's never heard of one of those..... It's not just kids who can be naive!
When I was 7 or 8, my next-door neighbor (who was 12 at the time, I believe) told me that when a woman loses her virginity, a bone breaks in her clit and it's extremely painful. For a while, I wondered why anyone would want to have sex if it was that painful!
Growing up, I only knew that my penis was called my "pee-er". So, that's the way I referenced it with my son (who was 4).
One day, on vacation in Florida, we went to a site to watch fireworks. They were being shot off the end of a very long pier which seemed endless while walking on it. I made mention of this saying: "Wow, this is a very big pier!" My son's response was: "Just like mine, right, dad?!"
I used to think all penises were the size of baby carrots. When I walked in on my dad in the shower, I was shocked to see that there was this HUUUUUGE banana like shape between his legs. Instead of realizing that grown men's dick's are larger than a kids, I just thought my dad had a problem.
We havent had much prOn around when i was a kid, i never seen how people do it until i was like 13, and nether my friends, so we had this BIG argument about how many holes do girls have, and about 70% of my friends were saing that there 3 holes, because that made sense, 1 to pee, 2 to poop and 3 to give birth, so we called prostitute service, (it was in Russia, so we had couple phone#) and asked, the girl on the phone just laughed at us, we knew that it was a stupid question, but nobody really knew the for sure, and had any ways of prooving, we asked girls and some didnt even know themselvs
I had always bathed with my brother and was well aware that his bum and mine were different, although for me the biggest difference between us, the one that marked him as male and me as female, was that his hair was short while mine was long. Ok. However I began to wonder how doctors and nurses and what-have-you could tell what babies were boys and which were girls at birth, when both had short hair. Surely they didnt look at their bums?