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I used to think that being a virgin meant being picky (i got that from Clueless)....with everything (shoes, clothes, etc....) didn't really think about it that much....
When I was little, I thought a virgin was a little magician...like Micky Mouse was in Fantasia, until I was watching a TV show and it mention it, and I asked my mother what it was and she told me truthfully.
I used to belive that to loose your virginity would mean licking a girls (hairy part) and sucking a girls (headlights).
I used to believe that to lose one's virginity, all that was required was to be kissed...
So, I told everyone that I had lost my virginity - to my mother. OY!
When i was little bout (4/5) i used 2 b-lieve that popping ur cherry meant squeesing a cherry into a glass, 2 get da juice out.So i used 2 go around sayin i always pop da cherry n every1 used 2 call me names like slut n slag.Now i know why.
My sister was sitting at the breakfast table one morning near Christmas when she suddenly said to my mom, "Mom, a vegeatarian's someone who only eats vegetables, right?"
"Yes, honey," my mom replied.
"And...a vegan's someone who doesn't eat any animal stuff, right?"
"Yes, honey," said my mom, wondering where this one was going.
"So, mom...what's a virgin?" she asked innocently.
My mom explained it all, but I don't think she quite got it, as she later wrote in one of her school-books, "The lady's name is Layla-May, and she is a virgin"...
Also, once when I was little I found my mom's pills on the bedside table. I asked my dad what they were and he told me they'd stop her having a baby.
For years after I believed that if she didn't take a pill every day, a baby would spontaneously pop out of her belly...
haha this is great..when my little sister, suzie, was like 5 or 6 me an my older sister jen, were talking about virgins. and i looked at suzie and said, "your a virgin" and she freaked out and started screaming " i am not a virgin" she thought we were insulting her, and we were just lying there laughing at her and she just kept crying and yelling about how she "wasnt a virgin" and then my parents came in adn we explained and my dad laughed but my mom called us pigs. it was great!
me and my friend were watching a movie with my mom and dad and the word virginity popped up.Instantly I asked what it meant and my dad said its when you havnt skiied.Im guessing he forgot about telling me this because one day we went skiing and the first thing i said was how happy I was to not be a virgin anymore!!!
when i was about 10 i thought if you were a virgin you had, had sex, then one day a classmate asked me if i was a virgin and i said no, you should of seen the look on the teachers face
A couple years ago (when i was about 12)i was told that if you have given "oral sex" you are no longer a virgin. So last year some chick asks me if im a virgin, i answer with a simple sweet NO. this was in like 7th grade, so everyone flipped out! turns out i really was a virgin, but now i know better... now i can answer NO.
I used to believe that 'virgo'which is my starsign, and 'virgin'was the same thing. That's why I declared to everyone in my Grans kitchen one day when I was 6: "I'm a virgin!"
when i was younger i heard the word "popping your cherry" so i thouth that it ment pulling the stem off the top of cherry
once when i was 8 or 9 i brought my friend(that was a girl) into my room and we were watchin tv when we wanted sumthing to snack on so we went to the fridge and we picked out a jar of cherries then went went back to my room then i said wanna pop your cherry? next thing i know shes screaming and my mom runs in and my friends screaming "You cant touch my that way!!!!"
As a child I thought virginity was a religion.
When I asked my mother what a virgin was. Her reply was a woman who had never known a man. For the next few months I believed I wasn't a virgin because I knew so many guys.
I used to believe that virgins can't have sex and have to wait till they're not.
I always thought until a few months ago that 14 was the average age that people lose their virginity.
When "Like A Virgin" came out, I asked my Dad what a virgin was. To avoid having my curiousity go any further, he simply said, "It's a kind of viking". I'm just grateful that that didn't completely screw up my development.
My sister used to believe that being a virgin meant you had sex. She was horrified that my father thought she was a "virgin" as a young teen. My father was equally horrified that she was insisting she was not a virgin. This painful discussion went on until I figured out she had it backwards and let them both know.
When I was little someone gave me a unicorn toy that had a story about how only virgins got to see unicorns.
Years later, when I lost mine, I suddenly had this heart crushing moment when I relized I was never going to get to see a unicorn.
Rewind twenty-odd years to a little boy learning about astrological signs. Cancer, the crab -- check. Leo, the lion -- check. Virgo, the... what? Virgin? What the heck is that? Well, the picture in the book is of a young and attractive young lady, so that's what a virgin must be.
Some months/years later, the word "virgin" came up in a conversation with my sister (a year older than I.) She accused me of not even knowing what the word meant. I indignantly said, "Yes I do, it's a pretty woman!" I was very embarrassed when she corrected me.