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i used to believe when I saw a Pregnant Lady, that she must have eaten a watermelon, and the seed grew a watermelon in her tummy.... I remember sitting next a "ready to pop, lady" hoping she'd bring that huge melen to the next church picnic!!! (she had triplets 10 days later.....I was disappointed).

IRENE EASTMAN
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I used to believe that if you ate the black seeds of a watermelon, the watermelons would grow out of your ears.!!~!

Volleyball~Chic
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i used to think that if i ate a watermelon seed it would grow in my stomache.

Morgan
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I used to believe that seeds, if ingested, would grow into trees within you. I remember being terrified after eating a watermelon slice with a seed. I refused to drink water coz watering the seed would make it a plant then a tree.

Pras Chun
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I used to believe that if you swallowed a watermelon seed, a watermelon tree would grow inside your stomach and you would explode.

Leigh
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when I was young, my grandpa used to tell me that if I ate watermelons, I would grow chest-hair. I'm a girl, so I haven't eaten a watermelon since.

lilchica
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swallowing a watermelon seed makes a watermelon grow in your tummy.

heather
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When me and my cousin were little we had a problem with eating watermelon, because we ate the seeds too. So one day at a family get together, they decided to tell us that if we ate the seeds that watermellons would grow in our belly's. My cousin still to this day (were 19) won't eat watermelon seeds.

Jessi
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When I was little I believed that if you ate the white part of the watermelon rind you would die. I have no idea where that came from.

Rebekah
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My grandpa has a really big stomach, and when i was little he told me and my sister that if you swallowed watermelon seeds that one would grow in your tummy. Then he'd say that it's too big to be pooped out and it would stay in there for the rest of your life. After that, he used to pretend to swallow the seeds (but we believed him) and that's why we thought his stomach was so big.

Two Girls Who Were Lied To As Children And Have Not Recovered
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When I was younger, my older sis told me not to eat thore little black seeds in my watermelons. I did it and told her. She said, "Uh oh, now your skin is going to fall off, and your going to grow woatermelon gardens in your tummy." I believed her, and got really mad. To this day we laugh at it.

Watermelon tummy
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I used to think that if you ate a water melon seed a plant would grow inside you.I still spit out the seeds to this day (out of habit:P) My mum also used to tell me if you ate the green part you would get sick, so one day when i ate some of the green part i ran around the house saying i was gonna die!

Water head
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When I was a little girl, whenever I ate a watermelon I was always told by my cousin not to swallow the black seeds because it would grow into a baby in my stomach. So, for the longest time I believed this and spit every seed out diligently for fear of getting a big belly and having a baby.

Sweetgirl
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when I was young my mom would tell me that if you eat a seed from like a watermelon or something, a plant will grow out of the top of your head.

Linda
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My older sister used to believe that if you swallowed the seed of a watermelon, you would get pregnant; she doesn't eat watermelon to this day!!!

Anon
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i used to beleive that when you eat watermelons that a whole big plant a water melon tree LOL! would grow inside me ha ha and i'd cry and cry untill my parents would say that it not true

Ebony Phillips
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My sister and I had big mouths when we were young - literally. When we were young and innocent, my aunt (a nurse) told us that if we ate rambutan or watermelon seeds, they would take root in our stomachs and grow as trees at the top of our head. We were scarred for life, I tell you.

blur
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when i was younger i thought the inside of a watermelon was full of seeds! i have a phobia of seeds .. when i found out it didnt contain them i tried watermelon and now it is my favorite fruit :D

Anon
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My best friend thought that if you swallowed a watermellon seed, you'd grow a baby and that was how people became pregnant. She didn't eat watermellon for many years.

She also thought that moonbeams came out of her bellybutton at night.

Anon
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i used to think if you ate a watermelon seed then after a while you'd become a watermelon



olga british-girlyman
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