Since the dawn of time, men and women have been attempting to understand each other. To most men, women are a mystery. We didn't realize how much of a mystery until we stumbled upon this AskReddit asking heterosexual men to reveal what they've learned about women since they began dating them. The responses are truly eye opening.
1. Gives_Wrong_Answer has some misconceptions on the mechanics of tampons. Sorry, guys. There's nothing cool or explosive about them.
I had no clue that the string on the bottom of a tampon was to pull it out when you wanted to change it. I thought for sure that a girl stuck the tampon in, pulled the string, and it expanded like a mini explosive. Kind of like a rip cord and a parachute. I was clearly wrong.
2. Much to the surprise of catiesaur's boyfriend, our vaginas do not spontaneously turn into Niagara Falls once a month. Though wouldn't it be cool if they did? (No, it wouldn't be cool. It would be gross.)