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I used to believe that you should never ever turn on the faucet in the bathroom sink right after flushing the toilet -- because the water going down the toilet would come out of the faucet! A similar belief held for drinking fountains located right outside of public restrooms.
I used to think that every time someone whent #2, it would go to a giant underground lad, where a bunch of sciantists would sit around analysing the poo. They analized it to find out what the person was thinking while they were on the toilet. I would always try to think clean, pure thoughts while I was going to the bathroom, so that I wouldn't be arrested.
When I was a kid, my older brother told me that in Japan, they don't have toilet paper. Instead, they have a whole in the wall. You would wipe with your hand, and then stick your hand in the wall only for someone employed on the other side to hit your hand with a brick. This would make you stick the hamd in your mouth - all clean!
I believed this until I was about 12 when I was watching a travel show, showing a motel in Japan - with NORMAL toilets!! haha
I used to believe that if you flushed something down the upstairs toilet it would come out the one downstairs. instead, i just clogged the toilet with a toy elephant.
I used to think if i took too long on the toilet that a lobster or a snake would bite me!
I used to think (and still kinda do) that if I flush the toliet and I am running water that nasty/contaminated water will come out so I try not to intersect the two...lol
-i'm 16 lol.
Up untill the first year of grade school, I would always sit on the toilet, facing the tank, while taking a dump. If I sat the usual way on the toilet, I belived, there was a posibility of either transform into something non-human or my gender would change. I could not keep this up for long, however, for doing this required that I remove both my pants and shoes.
I used to think that the aeroplane toilets sucked the waste out and dropped it like a bomb. Onto countries below. I hate the noise of the flush on it an thought i might get sucked down in to a country too.
When I was younger, my sister convinced me that we could talk through different toilets around the house to each other. It became a sort of ritual - we would each go to different toilets in the house, bend over, and attempt to communicate secret messages to each other through the them, sort of like the idea of talking through walls. She also tortured me with the idea that she could hear me pee in one toilet through another toilet, so I was paranoid and bladder shy for quite a while.
When I was little riding on an airplane I used to think that the toilets would literally suck the waste out and drop it onto the land or water below! I also worried about the toilet sucking me or my mom out of the plane too. That's why I always hated flushing the toilet in the plane.
A girl in my third grade class went on trip to Disney World with her family. I don't remember exactly if it was at one of the parks, or at the airport, but when she was using the bathroom, she noticed that the toilet was flushing automatically, How did the toilet know when to flush? She thought that someone was watching through a camera in the wall, and for a while, I too believed that someone was watching us go to the bathroom in the process.
When i was younger there was an advert on TV when someone talked on the phone on an aeroplane toilet and then got sucked out into the air. Because of this and my older sister, i was terrified of going to the toilet on planes. i thought that if i did it would suck me out and kill me. I didn't stop to think that i'd been on planes before and nothing had happened!
On the rare occasion we went on a plane, i just rushed to the toilet the minute we got off. The worst time this happened was on a 7 hour flight.
When i was around 6 years old i believed that there was a restruant that served grinch people underneath my toilet. There was always a family with a spoiled little kid sitting down at a table right underneath my toilets pipes.They used to wait for "food" to plop out of the toilet and they'd fill up their cups with "drink".Sometimes if i was having trouble poo-ing i thought the little bratty kid would get impatient and stick his hand up the pipes! Naturally I learned to give them fast service.
I convinced my brother that when I flushed the toilet all the contents of the toilet would come up into the tub if he didn't hold down the plug....he believed me too!
At my day care, we had one bathroom with three toilets in it. There were no stalls or anything, just three toilets right next to each other. Well, my best friend was a dude and so when I saw him peeing standing up I asked him why I couldn't do that too. He told me to try it and I did. Afterwards, when I had to explain to my teacher why my pants were wet, I told her it was because god was sexist and didn't let boys and girls pee the same way.
When I first pooped in the working toilet, like not the little trainer ones. I flushed it and started crying, because I thought I accidentally pooped out all my internal organs and now they would be gone forever. I thought I would die the next time I had to poop or got hungry.
I used to think that boy's lifted the toilet seat to pee because their asses were too big.
My older brother told when that babies were created when people took a dump in the toilet. so until i was 7 i always looked in the toilet to see if there was a baby there!
When I was about 4, I flushed a bouncy ball down the toilet.
The next day, after a weeks worth of rainfall, a nearby town was flooded, and when I saw this on the news I blamed myself for this incident.
I wouldn't let go of the guilt the pained me for the next two years.
When i was a little boy , i used to believe when i was on the toilett a ostrich arrived and pinch me