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when i was a little girl i ask my sister why her tummy was so big and she told me that she ate a watermelon seed and a watermelon growth inside her them she had her baby and i put two and two together and that where i thougth baby came from

Anon
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When I was younger I used to believe that if I swallowed watermelon seeds that I would get pregnant. So for the longest time I was afraid to eat watermelon. I owe this to my siblings. Now I know better.

Tiffany B.
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When I was little my cousin was pregnant . I asked why she had such a big tummy. She told me that she swallowed a watermellon seed and it grew. From that point on I never ate watermellons

Ruth
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I used to believe that if I ate too many watermelons I would turn into water...

Peter
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When I was about 3 or 4, I believed that bugs came from watermelons. My mom had gotten a watermelon for the 4th of July. For over a week, I tried to get her to open it, and when she finally did, I ran across the room, started dancing around in fear, and started shouting, "BUUUUUUUGS!!!!!!!!!!!"

Kirk
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I used to believe, that a watermelon seed could somehow get stuck in my ear and grow there and it could become so big that it will damage my head. I never eat watermelons.

M
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I used to believe that you got pregnant by eating watermelon seeds! I thought that the watermelon seed would go into your belly and grow into a watermelon and then turn into a baby! I was scared to death to eat watermelon and I still to this day do no eat the seeds!!!!!!!!!

Heather
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My mum told me that i should never eat watermelon seeds as they are poisonous. I still remove all the seeds now and get paranoid when my little boy eats any seeds i never removed!!!

Rags
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MY MOTHER TOLD ME ONE TIME THAT I WAS GOING TO DIE BECAUSE I HAD EATEN SOME WATERMELON SEEDS. FUNNY AS IT WAS THEN I WAS TERRIFIED AND CAN REMEMBER CRYING AND TELLING HER PLEASE DON'T LET ME DIE.

CHRISTINA
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My parents when grocery shopping late one night and bought a watermelon... by the time we got home it was my bedtime but I really wanted a piece of the melon... My dad, wanting me to go to bed, told me my mom had to cook it first... so when I got up in the morning I asked my mom "did you cook the watermelon yet????" My mom was very confused

Karen
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When I was a child, my father told me that if I swallowed a watermelon seed, I would be pregnant. Later that year, my aunt was pregnant and I told her she shouldn't have swallowed that seed. Everyone laughed, except me. I didn't see what was so funny.

Kristie
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I used to believe that when I accidentally swallowed an apple seed or watermelon seed, an apple tree or watermelon patch would grow where I was buried once I died.

alicebobalice
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I was 7 and was staying with my aunt in the country. She grew some vegetables there - cucumbers, pea. Once my uncle brought a watermelon from the market and put it among the cucumbers in the garden. I woke up in the morning and was really surprised to discover that a watermelon had grown in our garden overnight. but lol, I used to believe that up to the age of 12 or so, until my mother put me straight.

Mary
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In primary school, a whole bunch of kids including me believed that watermelon seeds contained ants.

Caff
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My cousins told me that if you eat the white part of the watermelon rind it will poison you... for years I left a respectful inch of the good stuff above the rind... though I was eventually disabused of the notion.

Vriesea
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I used to believe that if you ate watermelon seeds, it would turn the inside of your stomache brown.

Anon
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i used to believe that all the water i the world came from watermelons, i asked my mom how many watermelons it took to make the oceans. she thought i was crazy

whitney
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When I was a kid, I used to believe that the green outer rind of watermelons (and for a while, the white part too, lol), was poisonous.

Emily
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My grandmother told me once that I couldn't eat watermelon when it was lightning because water "drew" lightning and it would strike me if I ate watermelon! I think this was just to deter me from eating at that particular time and she never told me any different. I believed this until I was a teenager! Be careful what you tell your kids!!!!!

'Lane
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My grandpa told me that edible part of the watermelon was blue until you cut them open.

Anon
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