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When I was little I never liked eating the crust on my toast, sandwichs, etc...so one day my aunt told me that they were made out of candy to get me to eat them!
My grandma told me if you ate the crust or the "heel" of bread you would have rosey cheeks and would be able to whistle. I've never had rosey cheecks or been able to whistle!!
I used to believe that the inside of pizza crusts were spiderwebs, so I was really scared that a spider would crawl out and bite me... or that I would eat a spider! Even though I thought they were spiderwebs, I still ate them, which confuses me. I would carefully pick off pieces of the crust while eating.
when i was little i thought that pizza grew on trees and that the crust was poisoness thats why nobody ate it.
When i was little, my sister constantly told me that if i didnt eat the crust on my bread the crust monster would come in the middle of the night and eat me.
My stepmother told me when I was younger that the crust on sandwhiches would make my hair grow faster...I swear I had PB&J sandwiches every day for lunch for like, 2 months.
When I was younger my cousin who was a little older then me told me that if you eat pizza crusts or bread crust your hair would stop growing
My parents were fond of telling me that the crust on a slice of bread was the healthiest part of the bread. I was required to always eat the crust because of this "fact." It was not until a jr high chemistry class that I realized that bread crust was composed of the same ingredients as bread and therefore could not possibly be more nutritious.
My friend told me that bread crusts made your hair curly, and that's why her dad's hair was so curly. I believed this so I didn't eat crust for the longest time, now it's my favorite part of the bread!
if i ate crust i would get curly hair
they said this to convince me to eat it
little did they know i hated curly hair
On a road trip, my parents and I stopped into a convinience store/bakery that was kind of dirty.We bought some snacks, but I walked by the shelves of bread and the crusts were very dark brown.
The bread we bought at the supermarket was never that dark, so I thought the reason that the crusts were so bad is that the baker dropped them on the floor repeatedly.
I used to believe that the heals of the loaves of bread were made special and put there to keep the rest of the loaf from drying out.
I never ate the crust of my sandwiches until my old grandpa told me that if I didn't eat the crust, my "boobies" wouldn't grow.
My mother told my sister and cousin who were about the same age that eating crusts would make your hair curly. My sister never ate them and my cousin always did. My sister had the curly hair and my cousin's was always straight. I guess Mom was wrong, or maybe she had it backwards?!
My uncle told me that eating bread crust would put hair on my chest. Being a girl, hair on the chest was NOT a desirable trait. I refused to eat another crust of bread.
If you ate the bread crust you would be able to whistle.
My mom had me believing that, like fruits and vegetables, the crusts of bread were the healthiest part.
I used to believe my dad when he told me that eating the crust of my sandwich would cause hair to grow on my chest. Not an attractive prospect for a young girl!
i used to believe that the crust was the healthiest part of the bread. it was only a year or two ago that i stopped to think that it's really no different than the rest of the bread, just burned more.
When i was 6 my mom told me that if i didnt eat my crusts i would go old and wrinkly like my granfather overnight. i believed it for 2 years but then i didnt eat my crusts by mistake and found out it was a lie