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As a child I was told that If I swallowed chewing gum it would wrap around my umbilical cord and destroy any chances of me having a child. I was also told that If I did get pregnant that the baby would come out with different colors of bubble gum stuck to it's head.
I used to think that if you swallowed gum it would clog up your pooper
i used to belive that if you swallowed your chewing gum it would all get stuck in your bum and then one day it would explode into a big bubble "he,he"
My mama told me do not chew gum. If you do, it will hurt me
i accidentely swallowed some chewing gum once i got told that it would clog up the inside of my body and all my guts would start spewing out i wouldnt stop cryig all the way home in the car
I used to believe that if you swallowed chewing gum it would stay in your stomach for 7 years, because chewing gum is impossible to digest. I still don't know whether or not this is ture.
My girlfriend believed someone who told her that chewing gum was made from dogs bones!
When I was little I was told that if I swallowed my chewing gum it would wrap around my heart.
my mum told me if u chewed a bit of bubble gum and u blew a bubble and if it popped in ur face it would blind u forever.i still do believe this and i have never ate a bit of bubble gum again.
I had this bad habit of swallowing my chewing gum and my dad used to tell me that if I keep doing it, a balloon would pop out when I farted.
remember this one dont swallow your gum or it will stay in your stomach for 7 yrs.
i used 2 think that u needed 2 hav 2 pieces of bubble gum 2 blow a duble bubble
When I was about 11years old, my science teacher told me that if you chewed gum it would give you stomach ulcers and I believed this for years afterwards. About a year ago a friend of mine (who happens to be a science teacher) offered me gum, when I told him about my belief, he said that I would have to chew gum for weeks, non-stop for it to cause an ulcer. However, although I now know the truth, I am still afraid to chew gum!
My mother would get us to spit out our gum before we went to bed at night by telling us if we insisted on chewing our gum in bed, it would turn into skeleton bones in our sleep! We all believed this and promptly spit it out!
my grandparents always told me if i ever swallow bubble gums, they will stick to my small intestines and make them all tangled up and stop functioning. i never dared to try but i did swallow one on accident. and i spent an hour trying to puke out the gum and when that didn't work, i was crying like a fool.
my cousin once told me that bubblegum was actually elephant snot and that's why you can't swallow it. it was a long time before i ate bubblegum ever again.
I use to believe that the belief of ending up with gum in your hair if you wnet to sleep with gum in your mouth was not because it might fall out of your mouth onto your pillow, but that it would somehow absorb through the roof of your mouth through your head and into your hair.
When I was a kid, I asked my mom what happened to the chewing gum that I spit out in the grass. She told me that the birds ate it. So, I went on for years imagining the birds chewing gum and blowing bubbles.
When I was a child my cousin and I would swallow our gum and we were told that it would stay for years and years in our stomach and if we had too much we would die. So, we would eat paper thinking that the gum would stick to the paper and come out the other end.
When I was a kid, my grandmother told me that if I swallowed gum it would stick to my insides. From this I got the impression that my abdomen was hollow, sort of like the Tin Man's torso, and that when I swallowed gum it would stick to the inner walls, leaving them blotched like a gum-covered sidewalk. (And no, I don't remember what I thought happened to the food I ate.)