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my friend thought that if he ate the crust on bread, his hair would be curly.
When i was about 4 my mum and aunts told me that if i ate my crusts, my hair would grow curly. i ate them and only when i was about 8 or 9 did i actually realise that it wasnt making the slightest bit of difference because my hair was curly to begin with! i even told my friends to eat it! i was so annoyed when i finally found out...
My grandfather always had really curly hair, and he would tell me that eating the crust on sandwiches makes your hair curly! He always tried to use that as an excuse not to eat the crust!
my mum always used to tell me that if you ate your crusts your hair would grow curly so i neva ate mine. and now i have curly hair i didnt talk to her for weeks wen my hair eventually grew to be curly.
if i ate the crusts my hair would go curly
I always thought that eating your crusts would make your hair curly - I always ate them because I really wanted curly hair!!!
My Gran used to try to convince me that my hair would go curly if i ate the crusts on my sandwiches...i believed this for a while, but then i realised that birds ate crusts and they didnt get curley feathers! I never really wanted curley hair anyway!
My mother told me that if I ate the crusts on both ends of a loaf of bread my hair would go curly!
It was when I found out about Father Christmas I began to doubt the truth of the crusts story.....
I used to believe that if you eat your crust you will get curly hair unfourtently I have a curling iron !!
I was always told to eat my crusts to make my hair curly. I always had naturally curly hair, but as the years went on, both my sisters hair was still straight. I was always confused by that as they always ate their crusts
i used to think that bread crust would make my hair curly
My Mom told me that if I ate the crust of the bread from my lunch sandwich I would get curly hair. My brother had horrendously curly hair and looked like an idiot; therefore to this day I do not eat the crust on the bread.
By the way....I'm bald.....go figure
When I asked why he did eat the crust on his sandwich, my 7-year old nephew informed me it was because it made his hair curly. (He has extremely curly blond hair, which he hates but is the envy of every woman he meets!)
My grandfather told me that eating baked beans gave you curly hair. He also told me that if you don't eat the crusts on your bread, that your teeth will fall out.
Nice guy, huh?
Another curly hair/crusts one. However, on the basis of this, I refused to eat crusts until the age of eleven not wanting to look like Richard Simmons.
When I was little I would ask for the crust cut off my sandwiches and my friend's grandma would always tell me if I ate the crust it would give me curly hair. My hair was stick straight when i was a kid and now it's curly so maybe there is some truth to it.
I hated the crust on bread and refused to eat it. In effort to convince me that the crust was a good thing, my grandfather told me that eating the crust would make my hair curly. After consulting with my mother, I decided it was true, curly hair was good and began eating the crusts.
Bread crusts make your hair go curly
My Dad told me that eating the crusts on my toast made my hair curly.