This how to jam the elevator get stuck inside and starve to death!>>> NO, I don't think so, but it is a way to prove that some people have no life. :)

This how to jam the elevator get stuck inside and starve to death!>>> NO, I don't think so, but it is a way to prove that some people have no life. :) <<< Still, I'm not risking, scary cat af

Yeah but you don't have to invalidate them with the whole "special snowflake" thing. They'll understand if you say what you have to say and since there's so many of them you're bound to see ppl who /haven't heard of this/ just like how you can't say something then get mad when someone in a different room didn't hear you then say "guess being nice doesn't work!!" They have to hear you at all dude....

Your biological sex is medically important, actually.

Your biological sex is medically important, actually. I support whatever people wish to identify as, but medically, you have to use your biological sex.

It’s Time to Dispel the Urban Legend of the Orange on the Seder Plate

If you, like me, are past the age of you may remember years ago hearing the claim that Little Mikey of LIFE cereal fame died from the explosive effects of m

You cannot expect to understand them properly if you do not know the proper urban legend meaning. Therefore, let us inform you of this first.

The Proper Urban Legend Meaning - Urban Legends - Cryptids Guide

engl.:  an picture only with pen and ink ^ - ^ Why? dunno xD I need more practice with ink and pen so ^ ^  haha and the meaning of this image?  I like horror and there ais an Urban Legend about a mother who dies in a fire and then followes her little daughter and they see it because everywhere the mother was,  a black stuff (ash) can be seen  Yeah and also a bit of the manga Tomie (by Junji Itou) have inspired me ^ _ ^   Material: Pelikan ink black, G-Pen and Maru Pen

engl.: an picture only with pen and ink ^ - ^ Why? dunno xD I need more practice with ink and pen so ^ ^ haha and the meaning of this image? I like horror and there ais an Urban Legend about a mother who dies in a fire and then followes her little daughter and they see it because everywhere the mother was, a black stuff (ash) can be seen Yeah and also a bit of the manga Tomie (by Junji Itou) have inspired me ^ _ ^ Material: Pelikan ink black, G-Pen and Maru Pen

Urban legend has it that “sleep tight” referred to tightening up the ropes on the old-fashioned bed, but this is a myth perpetuated by historic house guides and visitors alike. The meaning of “tight” was a little different in the 18th century. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, one of its meanings was “soundly.” Another is “securely.” So “sleep tight” really just meant “Sleep well.”

Myth #137: “Sleep tight” referred to tightening the ropes on a bed.

Rope bed - I need to get mine refinished. It's a different style, though.

i-am-on-the-internet:   When I was a teenager, we were so certain that this guy was a Templar Knight.  How is that for an urban legend?  While the cemetery was established by Templar Knights in the 13th century, buried here is Innes of Coxton, who died around 1580.  I wonder if the carving of the recumbant knight had meaning for the Innes clan.  Carving a knight in a tomb, right at the beginning of the early modern period, is certainly poignant of times gone by.

i-am-on-the-internet: “ When I was a teenager, we were so certain that this guy was a Templar Knight. How is that for an urban legend? While the cemetery was established by Templar Knights in the

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit

Noh Mask - Japanese urban legend | Japan Amino

The Helpful Art Teacher: Creating your own ceramic mask: Masks from around the world

This Is The Meaning Behind Those Bad Omens and Urban Legends

Ye Olde Urban Legend: The Meaning of Common Omens

Relieving the Swollen Nasal Passages in Cats

Urban legend says that there are more rats than people in our fair city. That means 8 million-plus people, and at least that many rats. However, Columbia Ph.D. candidate Jonathan Auerbach published an award-winning paper, which, of course, got written up in the New York Times, arguing that, in fact, there are a mere 2 million large rodents scurrying around the streets.

Good News: There Are Fewer Rats In NYC Than We Thought

Urban legend says that there are more rats than people in our fair city. That means 8 million-plus people, and at least that many rats.

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