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I still actually do this. In fear of colgging the toilets, I cross my fingers and hold my breath. Hey, It works.
When I was little I never got to stay up late, so I didn't know what happened at midnight. I thought it was a magical time when stuffed animals and toys came to life. I also thought monsters came out and all my toys protected me.
One time, at a very early age, I was spending too long in the toilet, and both of my parents were waiting outside to use it. Dad called out, "There is a queue out here." I raced outside, believing that, like on Sesame Street, there was a large letter 'Q' in the sky being waved about.
I used to be afraid that if I turned on the tap while the toliet was flushing, the toilet water would come out the tap.
i used to think that a rest room was where u went when u were arrested because some would say theres arrestroom when its actually a rest room
I had this really weird fear that when I flushed the toilet, somebody would come and kill me because the sound of the toilet would cover it all up. I don't know why I had this fear or where it originated.
I used to think that if you pooped too much, the entire toilet would be filled and you'd be sitting on a pile of poop. I never thought that people would actually flush if it got "too full" to them.
I used to think that the toilet was an animal, and it waited for people to deposite their 'waste' down the drain to feed him. Everytime i went to the bathroom, i felt like i was feeding the toilet, like you would a pet.
When I was getting potty trained as a toddler, i used to believe that potty training was being put onto a train that had alot of toilets until you knew that you wouldn't go in your pants anymore.
I used to think that the floty ball inside the toilet was something for kids to play with.;o) hehe!
When I was little and we moved into our new house, I was afraid that the smoke alarm was a security camera that went on at night *because of the green light that flashed on and off*. I was always afraid to goto the bathroom for the sake of it calling the police when it detected movement. One time when I had a high fever and was dilerious, my fear was raised, and I was afraid to leave my room because I heard policemen outside the room. I had drank alot of water because my father would constantly tell me that in order to get better, I would need at least 5 cups of water per day. I ended up wetting myself...
My brother and sister told me that if I sat on the toliet and said magic words, I could travel to fun land! They laughed so hard when they heard me receiting the words in the bathroom.
When I was a child my mom used to tell my little sister that if she didn't stop usuing so much toilet paper, the Tidy Bowl man would slap her on the butt. To this day I remember that and remind my sister about it. Fond memories.
When I was about two or three, I thought the toilet was a water ride for little kids, so one day I tried to climb in and flush, so I could try the water slide in my house!
The phrase 'Recycled toilet paper' always worried me.
I used to think that when you flushed the toilet that it went to a building where worker people picked out the poop and other things that went down the toilet and that was howthe water got cleaned
i thought that some homeless man sat in my wall and the poop would go down through that little pipe into a bowl and the starving people would eat it and one day i took the stud finder and i went by the toilet because i thought it foud things behind the wall and it beeped right next to the toilet and i was terrafied and i used a different bathroom rom then on.
I used to believe that toilet seats were for kids only and that adults sat directly on the bowl.
I used to believe that toilets actually ate poop, and if you didn't poop enough, the toilet would starve to death. (same thing with drinking pee)
EVER SINCE I WATCHED SOME T.V SHOW I BELEVED IN THE TOILET FARIE AND NEVER FLUSHED THE AGAIN UNTILL I WAS 11 BECAUSE MY GRAND FATHER TOLD ME IT WAS TRUE,HE COULDN'T TELL ME DIFFRENT BECAUSE HE DIED THE NEXT DAY. (ALWAYS BELIEVED HIM)