Everybody has something that they were wrong about. But a lot of the more mundane day-to-day things get whittled away in time until we basically have some rough idea of what's going on around us.
But some things slip through the cracks...
Here are thirty-two things people believed for waaaaay too long.
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1/32. I learned that "blowjob" didn't mean "hair styling", two years after a girl offered me one, and I said I liked my hair the way it was. I was fourteen when she inquired.
2/32. When I was a kid I thought that a vagina was an inverted penis, and as a result of that women had boobs, thus, if you pushed a woman's breasts hard enough, her vagina would flip out into a penis.
3/32. Until I was 13 I thought the numbers on toasters were a heat setting, not minutes.
4/32. I thought Mufasa was the monkey in the lion king.... I don't know how I thought that for so long.
5/32. I learned what marital status was when I about 18. For some reason I always read it as martial status, as in martial arts. I took karate when I was younger so on my first few job applications I wrote "yellow belt" instead of single.
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