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When I was little, I didn't like bread crusts until my mom told me eating them would make you whistle. I thought this until I was 12...and I still can't whistle.

Anon
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I used to think you had to eat the crusts on your sandwich because all the vitamins in the bread were in the crust.

Robyn
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I believed until I was well into my thirties that the bread crust contained all the vitamins and I must always eat it.

Trish
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I used to be afraid of eating bread crusts after my dad mentioned it gave you a hairy chest. My parents could never figure out why I got so upset when someone served me a sandwich with the things still attached.

Sophie
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My mun told me that if I ate my breadcrusts I would be able to whistle.

Iain
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My granny used to tell me that eating crusts put hair on your chest so obviously I didn't eat them and still don't to this day. Now thats embarrasing when someone asks why you don't eat them!!

Sarah
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I used to believe that if you didn't eat your crust on the bread, there would be an earthquake.

Anon
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We were told that the bread crust is more healthy than the centre.

Arnon
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My mom used to say that if I did not eat the crusts on my sandwich that THE BREAD CRUST MAN would get me, I guessed he was like the boogie man and get you while you slept.

Stephen D
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When I was a kid, in order to get me to eat the whole sandwich for lunch, my mom told me that all the healthy nutrients in bread were in the crusts of the bread (the part I didn't like to eat). I believed this until I was about 25 and actually thought about it.

Zach
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When I was a little kid, I didn't always finish my meals. So one day, my cousins told me that the air bubbles in the piza crust were filled with candy, so I would eat all the way to the crust. And, of course, I believed them. I would get to the crust of the pizza, bite down on a bubble, and say, "That tasted like a Tootsie Roll!"

Katie
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When I was about 4 or 5, I used to belive that breadsticks were actually the leftover crusts of pizza that someone already ate. To confirm this belief, when my uncle came over one time, with some breasdsticks, I asked him what happened to the pizza. He told me that my cousins had eaten it earlier, therefore confirming my belief that breadsticks were really the leftover crusts of pizza that someone already ate.
So all I could think of was the fact that I was eating something that someone's mouth has already been near...

~Dominique~
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untill i was about 8, i thought that eating crusts would give u curly hair.

Harry
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When I was really little, I would sneak Saltine Crackers into my room at night so I would have something to munch on if I got hungry. I would lay the crackers on my shelf and in the morning, bits of the cracker were missing and there were ants all over the place. I was convinced that ants had hatched out of the cracker crust and I had a very hard time eating crackers after that.

Katie
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My parents used to tell me when i was a little kid that when I didn't ate the crusts of my bread (I never liked them) that I could never learn to whistle. So that made me eat my crusts because I really really wanted to learn to whistle.

Anon
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I used to believe that my mother, for some reason, wanted to kill me. I don't know why I thought this, but I did. She was always encouraging me to eat bread crusts, tempting me with curly hair, so I developed my own belief-

Crusts are poison!!!

Jfasoga
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In my room I have a heating vent in the floor of my bedroom. When I was little I always asked my mom if I could open it, but she'd say, "No, it's crusty in there." So I thought she meant there were old pieces of moldy bread crusts in the vent. I really hate bread crust, so I was scared of my vent.

*Anonymime*
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my mum always told me that if i didn't eat my crusts a big monster would jump out of my plate, yell gdwijefchf, and eat my hair. It scared me stiff!

matty d
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I believed that the crust was the healthy part of the bread because my mom told me that is where all the nutrients were.

Jennifer
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My friends all told me that eating bread crust made your hearing better, and by not eating it I was going to go deaf. The funniest part of it all is that my hearing is so good now, I always get in fights with these friends that the movies they watch are on too loud.

Ben
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