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I used to think you could lose your boobs if you ate too much beef, so I became a vegetarian.

Dusky
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I used to think that after the parents had the maximum amount of kids, the father's p*nis would eventually fall off and the mother's v*gina would close up, and they wouldn't be able to make any more kids.

Anon
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I used to think that girls had "balls" and not boys, and the "balls" were slang for breasts

Anon
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I originally thought "balls" was slang for buttocks instead of testicles.

Anon
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When I was little, my parents referred to round, spherical poops as "balls" - so of course, whenever boys referred to their "balls", I thought they were talking about their bowel movements. At school, a girl dared a boy to shout "MY BALLS ARE BIG!!!" I remember thinking, "hmm, that's not such an embarassing dare."

Catherine
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I used to believe that everyone had a vagina until i was 11yrs old because me and my boyfriend Callum was playing a shooting game and he said "ill get my penis out and wee on you soon!" i laughed like i knew what a 'penis' was.

Beth Ahronson
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i thought that when a man peed he actually "squeezed and wrung out" his penis like a washcloth. i forget who set me straight but i believed this until i was in my midteens

Anon
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When I was a kid my parents referred to the penis as a "peepee-er" and up until I had sex education at school I thought that was the proper name for it

Nate
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One day when I was about 6 or 7, my brother came home from school. My mom asked him what he learned about that day, and he said he learned about the penis in his health class. I asked what a penis was and heard my mom say "a whale's pee pee" instead of a male's. I was surprised when I eventually got to sex ed and learned what it really was.

Sasha
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I thought making out meant trying to see something (because of how people say "I can't quite make that out" or whatever)

Bootlebat
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When I was a kid I heard on the news that Tom Green only had one ball. (I found out much later this was because of cancer.)

At the time I assumed that the number of testicles a boy had varied. I guessed that they most commonly had 1-3. I believed this until about seventh grade.

Anon
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I used to believe that a girl was a girl and a boy was a boy because of the type of underwear they wore. Needless to ay, I had an 'accident' in school and the nurse only had boys underwear. All day I could feel 'things' growing down there!

Anon
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When my brother was little, he saw another boy naked in a locker room at a swimming pool. My brother is circumcised, and the other boy wasn't. My brother said to our mom, "His penis is all wrong!" She had to explain to him.

Anon
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When I was little, my mom used the word "tutti' to describe private parts. I was disgusted and very confused when I heard of tutti frutti jelly beans and when the show Oswald has a tutti frutti tree..

Anon
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I used to believe like girls, boys had to cover up their chest too. I dont usually pay attention to boys at pools and stuff like that so i just think they have a top too. Once when i was watching a movie and it showed a topless man i yelled out "MOMMY THEIR SHOWING A MANS PRIVATES!!!" Then she finally set me straight lol. I was about 6.

A proud women
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I used to think that women had penises, but that they were just hairier than mens'.

Ameeratron
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I used to think that testicles were sacks of pee, and a man squeezed them in order to "go".

ouch
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I used to believe that animal tails were the same as human penises. Not in determining gender, but in that I thought animals peed out of the tips of their tails. (So I guess I thought a human penis was a tail)

Anon
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As my mother told me when I was a very little, that girls don't have a penis... I took that literally, thinking that they just lacked the penis but had a single pair of balls there instead.

I used to think they peed standing up out of "pee holes" in there balls. gross eh?

It wasn't till I was about 8 and saw a kid running round naked on the beach when I asked my mother... "mommy, why doesn't she have a pair balls"

Anon
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When my mom tried to tell me and my sisters about sex she claimed that if you have too much sex your vagina will fall off.

Kelly
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