hahahahaha FTM you have cracked me up, urban dictionary is now my friend with your posts! But I agree with GFP for both of those!
needless to say i will be telling dd ALL od what i know when she is old enough to understand. but i may have to read up on some things first lol
Wow as embarrassing as it was, I am so glad my family is open about all that stuff. My nan was the one who explained to about periods and stuff, and when I got my first age 9 she literally started dancing and made a huge fuss, and showed me a drawer she had set up for me with pads and painkillers and stuff. She was also the one who old me about the birds and the bees.
Mum and I were open and she was the first person I told after I lost my virginity- partly because she had to buy me a pregnancy test (I was 13). We always spoke about sex and stuff. I felt so embarrassed at the time but lookingback now I'm glad I felt so comfortable talking to her about it.
Guys I think the mystery about the three holes thing is due to the wee one being so unobtrusive... In fact I have never actively felt it, although I haven't been trying to lol. I know there is one, and I have had a catheter, but it's not Like a gaping hole iykwim.
The pee hole thing, I'm another who was in the dark. I was never curious to know where my pee came from, so looking didn't occur to me and if it was mentioned in school I wasn't listening. It wasn't until I had a catheter inserted and wondered where the hell they'd just stuck this tube that I was informed lol. I think I made that doctors day. My mum didn't really talk to me about that sort of stuff. Hell, she didn't know I'd gotten my period until I threw some pads in the trolley during shopping one day.
I never knew what 4WD stood for. Always assumed it was 'forward' written in an unique way. Thought that was stupid as cars also go backwards lol.
For a whole week when I was 8 I thought the toaster was the most stupid invention in the world. I'd been told to make my own breakfast, I didn't even know about pushing down the lever to 'toast' so I'd put it in, walk away, come back and complain the toaster was stupid, it was still bread. My brother thought it was the funniest thing in the world when he caught me and taught me.
When I was a child and watched some old black and white movies I thought that people didn't see in colour until colour tv came in ....lol
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