Grew up with 2 sisters and when I asked why they had these shower things my mum said curtly “theyre just things girls have!” I took that to mean a certain thing for years until my wife laughed at me referring to her ‘fanny scrubber’ pic.twitter.com/XynF2T6y5Z
— Joe H (@joewjh) May 13, 2020
Many years ago I went on a date to The Natural History Museum. When we got to the Mammoths, I clearly looked a bit confused so my date asked me what was up. I told him that I didn’t understand why they were in the museum, when you could just visit them in the zoo. Yeah. That.
— Nathalie Gordon (@awlilnatty) May 14, 2020
As a kid, I never understood why “youth in Asia” was so controversial.
— Soccer Saber (@SoccerSaber) May 13, 2020
Thought the black market was an actual place, like a shadowy warehouse somewhere.
— R (@mr_rich_b) May 13, 2020
I used to think that they got terminally ill or very old people to actually die for movie scenes when people were blown up and stuff. I was about 17. Haha, not really. I was about 6 or 7, but still.
— Adam D (@wordycreep) May 14, 2020
I thought the biggest difference between deer and reindeer was that reindeer could fly.
I used to think Unicorns were real, just extinct.
— John, but in lockdown. (@IndianaJohnsAdv) May 14, 2020
17. (Instead of “bunk beds”)
‘Bumpbeds’. Until I was 22. The horror.
— Andy (@ajnmann) May 13, 2020
As a small child,I was always puzzled by pictures of the crucifixion.Jesus always looked so unfazed I assumed this was his peculiar way of chilling out.
— Anne Oatley (@AnneOatley) May 13, 2020
I asked someone to spell “ampersand” over the phone to me in a call centre job because I didn’t know that the official name for the little squiggly and sign wasnt actually “little squiggly and sign.”
— David Angus (@DavidAngus79) May 13, 2020
For most of my childhood I used to think the batman symbol was a yellow mouth with very few teeth pic.twitter.com/eYfWgfP2ER
— Tom (@TomThornton33) May 14, 2020