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when i was younger i thought that a virgin was some kind of religion. (virgin mary and whatnot) so one day i was at the boys and girls club with these girls i was "friends" with at the time and they were talking about whos a virgin and whos not, (mind you this is about 4th grade) and i said "im not a virgin!" and they started laughing at me and i couldnt understand why. eventually i found out what a virgin was and couldnt beleive id said that.
In 5th grade, a girl asked me if I was a virgin. I said no because I thought a virgin was some sort of prophet or a saint.(I was watching Hocus Pocus and a virgin had to light the candle. I assumed that a virgin was somebody who was more special than anyone else.) When the girl started laughing I said "Just Kidding." It was 2 years until I found out what a virgin was.
When I was little I thought that a tampon would "pop your cherry." I thought only people who weren't virgins could use tampons.
When I was younger i used to believe that someone who wasn't married was a virgin, because I went to a Christian school and was taught about Mary and Joseph and how she was pregnant, not married and a virgin. I obviously had no idea what a virgin was but they never told us, so to me that completely made sense. I ended up asking my mom if that was the case when I was about 8, she quickly told me no and changed the subject.
I used to believe that Vagina was pronounced Vag-na. I also used to believe that Penis was pronounced pen-is like a pen. In addition, I believed that if you french kissed a boy you were no longer a virgin. I found this out one day at the local pool when I proudly told a 15 year old lifeguard that I was no longer a virgin at 11. She was aghast and said that she was still a virgin and I wondered if maybe I had the wrong idea about what a virgin was!
Last year in my freshman year of highschool, some freshman boy asked me if a I was a virgin. I thought he meant if I was a "virgo".
I said no, and he freaked out.
When I was younger I would watch the movie Hocus Pocus with my dad all the time. I LOVED it, but there's one part in that movie where they tell the teenage boy that the spell can only be broken by a virgin. So I asked my dad what a virgin was and for the next 4 years I thought a virgin was someone who had never kissed anyone!
In year six everyone was learning about 'virgins and non-virgins' etc, and we were all really confused as to which meant which, so when my this boy asked my friend if she was a virgin (he knew the difference) she went 'eurgh, don't be disgusting...of course i'm not!'
i still make fun of her, dirty girl !
i used to think whenever you decide to lose your virginity you will go to a doctor and he would kindly create a hole for you in order to lose your virginity.
lucky doctors doh :P
When I was a child the only virgin I'd heard of refered to as such was the virgin Mary.
I also knew that Joseph wasn't yet her husband when she became pregnant (and nor was jehovah obviously).
Logically therefore a virgin must be an unmarried mother.
I continued to assume this until some idiot boys at school started asking all the girls if they were virgins (around ten years old I think) and it occured to me that none of us had children so it must be something else.
when i was about 10 i had overheard a group of girls asking eachother if they were virgins, i asked them what they meant by that and they then told me that a virgin was someone who had never kissed anyone before. so they next day in class i proudly tell everyone that im not a virgin at all, and havent been one since i was 8. my teacher must of been worried. now i know better.
This was the girl in our school named Mary Louise and every time you would ask her if she was a virgin she would reply with "No I'm a Christian"
When I was little 'Hocus Pocus' was one of my favorite movies. In one scene, a fake cop asked the main character 'Are you a virgin, kid?' and he replies 'Uh huh. Look, I'll get a tatto on my forehead!' Ans so for the longest time, I thought a virgin was someone who did not have a tatto.
I first recall hearing the word "virgin" in Mel Brook's "History of the World Part I." I figured that was a term for someone who was a resident of Virginia.
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...
I remember me and a group of friends sitting one evening discussing stuff-i think we were about 11. I think we all though virginity was when you had had sex..cos we all said we werent virgins!
the church can't come up with anything better than "young woman" when you ask them what a virgin is, so of course one day when someone asked me on the school bus if I was a virgin my response was something like "of course not, can't you tell just by looking?" it still cracks me up...
when my mom first told me about the birds and the bees, she didn't really explain virginity, so i thought after you had sex, you gave the man a gift called virginity
When i was about 7, i was a really big rocky horror picture show fan. I knew that if you've never seen the rocky horror picture show live you were considered a virgin, so i thought that this was the actual definition of the word. A virgin was someone who never saw that movie live. I even told my Aunt that she was a virgin because of it. Thinking back it does explain her reaction of utter confusion...
Until I was 8 or 9, I believed that "virgin" meant "young woman" or something. It wasn't before I read something about a guy being a "virgin" that I understood it had to mean something else.