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I was scared of toilets as a little kid because i was afraid that i would get sucked into it

Maria
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I used to believe there was a frog inside the toilet , the noise he made ​​was identical , but after a few years of very afraid my aunt Told Me was When there was an air circulation in the pipes.

Gabriel Scheuneman
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I used to think that if you put a piece of paper or something like that in the toilet, someone else could receive the message when their toilet clogs.. So every time i used to the toilet, i would put a piece of paper with a message so someone can receive my gift.

However my mother was not the happiest person in the world when she found crumpled and wet papers in the toilet while unclogging it.

Emily
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i used to think that toilets were alive and would die if you never fed them
i fed them toilet paper pee and poo i once told my mom to feed the toilet before we left the house she had no clue .

puffiepop
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When I was 4, AIDS was the cultural zeitgeist, propagated by fear especially from the Reagan administration. Fueled by this, alongside the "stranger danger" cultural provocation of the time, my mother had been fairly stern in her warnings of an imperceptible risk of a stranger kidnapping me, molesting me and giving me AIDS. When asked, her response was that AIDS could come from anywhere. At some point in pre-school I had something on the tip of my tongue which I attempted to wipe off using the hand-roll dryer and for several weeks I lived in near constant fear that I had perhaps contracted AIDS from the towel dispenser - for surely, a molester would also lurk in the restroom.

Andy
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I used to believe that for pee, I had to press my bellybutton.

hashtagchat
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I thought that toilets would suck me in when ever I sat down

jared
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When I was little I used to believe that every time you flushed the toilet, that a door at the end of the pipe would open and trolls would run up it and if you were still in the bathroom then they would get you. Whenever I flushed the toilet I always ran as fast as I could down the stairs and jumped down the last few so I was faster. When I twisted my ankle I was scared that I couldn't get out fast enough so I got loads of toilet paper and purposely blocked the toilet so that the trolls were stuck.

Anon
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I used to believe when you went to the bathroom in a plane it would drop out the bottom and land on the ground. I also believed that was what the sucking sound was when you flushed it.

Anon
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When I was younger I was convinced there were flies under the toilet seat and I pretty much refused to the toilet!!!!!

me
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