Japanese: Urban Legends Do you believe?
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Posted 12/10/11 , edited 12/10/11
Like the title, do you believe in Japanese urban legends?... Well any urban legend to be exact, and if so, what's your favorite? Or what do you believe in the most?

As for me, I do.. But because I believe in the superstition and all that good stuff, If you scare me enough you can get me to believe in anything. So with that being said my favorite urban legend/ I like the best is Teke Teke, and Kuchisake-onna.. Which (I) believe is more believable..


Teke Teke

Kuchisake-onna

So what do you believe?
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Posted 12/10/11
i belive kuchisake onna too but whats teke teke?? theres also a story about a ladt who waits at the bridge and asks how many cars past until a truck comes and if u answer correctly she pushes u over
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>_< I'd hate to be at that bridge....

Teke Teke is an urban legend about a woman who was raped ( in the 50-60's) by American solders, and after that day she hated (with a passion) the color red because apparently that was her first time having sex and she saw her blood. Later she committed suicide by jumping off a bridge and (somehow) she got cut in half at the waist, so if you use a bridge ( I think in Nagoya) she'll appear to you and if your wearing anything red she cuts you in half.

(well, that's how the story goes in the movie.)

Also there is another story about a spirit of a woman who haunts the 3rd or 4th stall of any bathroom and if you see her, supposedly something bad happens to you or your immediate family.

Another story about a demon who wears a golden mask and if he appears to you, he'll ask if you favorite color is red, or blue. If you say red, he immediately drags you to hell, and if you say blue (can't remember what happens) and if you say any other color, I believe he kills you and you can't go to heaven or hell.
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