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Eating crusts makes your hair curly

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My friend believed that eating bread crusts or eating mustard will give you curly hair.

Linda from Southern California
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my grandad used to tell me that if i ate my crusts my hair would go curly, strange but it actualy did!!!!

x[k][t]x
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i used to believe that eating crusts would make my hair curly but my hair is still strait

super shannon cannan
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I was told by my grandma that my hair would
go curly if I ate my crusts, a good ploy you may think, except I didn't want curly hair. I spent years not eating my crusts until my mum asked me when I was about 8 or 9 why I didn't eat them at which I revealed thaat "I don't want curly hair."

Anon
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When I was little my parents told me to eat my crust because then my hair would turn curly. I didn't want curly hair. And after I realized my brother and dad both ate their crusts and had curly hair I believed them and stop eating crust. Now I'm 20 and am just starting to eat the crust, trying to break the habit.

Michelle
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i was told by a school dinner lady to eat all my crusts becasue it will make my hair curlier but i didnt want curly hair and stil 2 this day im not keen on eating crusts cos im not sure if its true :S

Anon
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when i was young one of our dinner ladys at school told me to eat all my bread including the crust. she sed 'its good to eat all your crusts because it gives you curly hair' so eva since then i havent been to keen on eating the crusts as i dont want curly hair! and im 13 now!

Anon
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When I was little my mom told me that if I ate the crusts on my bread, my hair would turn curly!

Ralphy Colucci
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Since I didn't like eating my crust when I was little, my grandpa told me that eating them would make my hair curly. Since I hated my straight hair, I believed him...

Brooke
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i think evry1 was told bout eatin your crusts made your hair turn curly, and i never ate my crusts coz of it

vicky
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My mother always told my brother and I that eating the crust of bread would make our hair curly. Still waiting for that one....

Anne
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I used to believe that crusts of bread made you hair curly. Broccoli made it straight and i would be able to see in the dark if i ate carrots. I also beleived if i swallowed gum it would make my insides stick together

kitten
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when i was little i never ever liked or ate bread crusts. my grandmother, in the hopes of getting me to eat it, told me it would make your hair curly. after that i never went near bread crusts for a while. now i eat them, and my hair is just fine

chelsea
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When I was five, a neighbor girl told me that if I ate the crust of bread, then my hair would get curly. So, I ate all the crusts, because I wanted to have curly hair!

Curly Sue
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I used to believe that if i ate the crust of the bread i'd get curly hair....funny thing is i do have curly hair

feckwit
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i used to brlieve that if you ate bread crusts your hair would go very curl and i did untill i was about 13

BubZ
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When I was 7 years old, I always ate my crust without any fuss. It was just more bread in my mind. However, my principal, who had long beautiful locks of red hair, said to a friend of mine that her hair was curly because she had always eaten her crusts as a child. This did not win over my friend, but it won me over since I've always had straight, flat hair. Soon I was on a mission to get that curly hair! If a friend didn't eat their crust, I always ate it for them. I also took a liking to the heels of loaves, because, logically, they were all crust. I worked so hard, but to no avail. I still have straight hair, and a taste for the heels.

Bjorn
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My mom has really curly hair and my baby sitter once said " eat your crust it makes your hair really curly" from that moment on I never ate crust because I didnt want my moms curly hair

melissa.b
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I use to believe that if you ate crust off of bread that your hair would turn curly!

MeGaN
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As a child, I had naturally wavy hair, and my sisters hair was stick straight. My mom used to tell her, "If you eat your crusts, it'll make your hair curly." But she was no fool. She ate and ate them until she finally picked up on the fact that I was throwing my crusts to our dog, and yet my hair was curly. She was pretty mad. She still brings it up even to this day.

Shaz
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