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like..

Ring around the rosey the nursery rhyme is related to the Black Death

Snow White and the cokane thingy

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yes I know one. you see there was this one restaurant. that served this certain type of dessert. People would go in and buy this dessert, and take it home with them. when he, or she got home, and opened the dessert it was gone. Did it simply put vanish, or was it something else entirely...
Posted 5/10/07

keelo wrote:

yes I know one. you see there was this one restaurant. that served this certain type of dessert. People would go in and buy this dessert, and take it home with them. when he, or she got home, and opened the dessert it was gone. Did it simply put vanish, or was it something else entirely...


The logic would be: they were gypped, bamboozled, played, or cheated. Among the likely suspects, it would have been the victim, him/herself!. It must have tasted soooooo good that they ate it on their way home and didn't know it.
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ok,there was this party,and the girl which lived there was a little drunk,and went with her boyfriend to the parents room,and they had sex.she was so drunk,that she even let him do A***.but suddenly her sphincter got ripped and so she p***** all over the bed.she explained her parents,that sammy the dog did it,cause he was sick.next day she comes home,and the parents tell her she must be brave now,because they had to put him to sleep.
Posted 5/10/07
There was one chain message / chain email that actually worked! In order for it to work, you had to send it, and five hundred other chain messages to the same twenty people before they blocked you / sought legal action! But it is true, so keep spamming my inbox, mom!
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^^^^ thats sounds like a story about a dim sum called *shu mai* here it goes Lol....

once there was a shu mai shop that was haunted. One day a guy decides to go buy some there. While he was walking home he heard strange noises. so he opens the lid of the shumai box and 1 was missing when he turned around he saw nobody. Later as he was walking he checked the box again, and 2 more was missing, later and later he check until they were all gone. THEN..................




It was stuck to the lid.....yep its from GTO sorry if i told it wrong
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hit0kiriX wrote:

^^^^ thats sounds like a story about a dim sum called *shu mai* here it goes Lol....

once there was a shu mai shop that was haunted. One day a guy decides to go buy some there. While he was walking home he heard strange noises. so he opens the lid of the shumai box and 1 was missing when he turned around he saw nobody. Later as he was walking he checked the box again, and 2 more was missing, later and later he check until they were all gone. THEN..................




It was stuck to the lid.....yep its from GTO sorry if i told it wrong


that's right, I got that from GTO. I was wondering when someone was going to pick that up.
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Something I happened to stumble upon. Apparently parents sing lullaby's to babies, due to an ancient legend. I believe it refers to the first wife of Adam. Her name was Lilith and she became a demoness that corrupted the souls of men. So the lullaby is used to ward of her evil influence. Lilith still appears to women as a way of free expression.Its no surprise that something so simple has shifted through cultures.
http://www.paracleteforum.org/archive/email/history/lilith/dialogue.html
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Should I even mention waking up in a tub of ice missing your kidney, with only a cell phone that messages, "Get Help Now."

Not only is that widley popular, but apparently it's more frequent than I thought. Some rich guy needs a kidney...
Posted 7/28/07
The one in which a little kid drowns when he ran into the ocean in search of Spongebob...
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Urban myths/legends. I have heard many over the years. One of my favourites is the woman who washed her poodle and wanted to dry it quickly so it wouldn't catch cold. She put it in the microwave.
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I remember back during the days my family would go on road trips (a.k.a, a LONG time ago and long before Mythbusters came on the air), I would hear about the myth that putting pigeons in the back of a tractor-trailer and slamming the side of the trailer would make the truck lighter as the pigeons flew around inside. It wasn't until one episode of Mythbusters that I found out the myth was completely bogus as the tests done in that episode showed no change in a tractor-trailer's weight when the pigeons started flying inside.
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i know a lot of urban legends, i look for them. I'm sure you've heard of the gang initiation one. It takes place during a certain month of the year (i think its feburary) and if your driveing down a road or high way at night and you see a car driving without their headlights on, don't flash your head lights at them, because if you do they will run you down and hurt you and your closest relatives. (there are different variation, i said the most pleasant one.)
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Funny urban legend but true
Milking a Legend: 'La Llorona'
01/22/02 — The California Milk Advisory Board has just launched a cross-cultural version of its famous "Got Milk?" ad campaign based on the centuries-old Mexican legend, "La Llorona" ("The Weeping Woman"), the tale of a mother who kills her own children and herself after being spurned by her husband and whose spirit is condemned to wander the earth, sobbing, for all eternity. Some say the ghost story dates back to Aztec times.

In contemporary Hispanic folklore La Llorona has evolved into a bogeyman-like figure for children, whose parents or grandparents might warn when they've been naughty: "La llorona is coming to get you." The new TV commercial portrays the ghostly character in a less malevolent light. We hear her quietly muttering "Leche" as she opens a refrigerator and peers inside, then she weeps when she finds no milk.

Not everyone thinks the concept is brilliant.

"I don't know if I'd buy milk from someone who was trying to kill me," said Gabriela Lemus of the League of United Latin American Citizens in Washington, D.C.
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similar treads........
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