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15 people share something they learned embarrassingly late in life.

15 people share something they learned embarrassingly late in life.

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There are some things we learn at similar ages.

As children, we're constantly updating the meanings of words and turns of phrase in school.

However, there are always a few things that slip through the cracks, and when we learn them it feels hilariously delayed.

In a popular Reddit thread, people shared things they learned embarrassingly late in life.

1. From MildMeadows:

When I was 10 I thought the word "masturbate" meant "contemplate." So I told my math teacher that I needed more time to "masturbate my math problem."

Also, when I was 15 I learned that a woman's eggs were not the same size as chicken eggs. I thought periods were so bloody because the chicken-sized egg was stretching them out.

2. From sb_747:

Things aren’t supposed to start to get blurry at about 15-20 feet. Learned I needed glasses at like 26 from one of these threads. Yes people you are supposed to be able to see individual leaves on trees.

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