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Phillip 2 month s ago
Cowboy hats as we think of them today were more popular in Texas, but not elsewhere in the frontier. Bluejeans weren't particularly common, either.
       
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Alfy 2 month s ago
#1 Popular thing wasn't popular until after it was invented and became popular.
       
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Cyrus 2 month s ago
Half of these are as bunk as the stories that make them up. With a little research they could have found the actual true stories (yes someone DiD put razor blades in fruit and got charged with it in southern California).
       
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Mantha 2 month s ago
Cyrus,

Although not on Halloween, there was a widespread occurrence in 2018 in Australia where needles were being put in random fruit. It started with apples, but other fruits were tampered with as well. Several people were hospitalized.
       
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Ples 2 month s ago
"You Didn't Know These Facts"
Nobody knows what the hell you're talking about in #12. You could have made that whole thing up and not only would no one know, no one would would bother to look it up because no one cares.
       
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Maggie 2 month s ago
I think most of these are common knowledge at this point, as I've been hearing about them for years. What's less common now are the myths associated with them.
       
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Hallie 2 month s ago
lies
       
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Jos 2 month s ago
#4 “Ye” actually means “you”.
       
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Armilda 2 month s ago
Jos,

Actually it means both "the" and "you".

A sign in Ye Olde Tavern says "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here."
       
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Harty 2 month s ago
Jos,

Ye does me THe. It's from old English when the letter þ (called a Thorn) was used as TH. When written with an E, þ looked a lot like a Y and over the years the pronunciation has changed to Ye.

Anyway, this list is pure sh#te.
       
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Chesley 2 month s ago
#8 American sign language is taught around the world like english. We had no problem with asl in Korea.
       
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“The accused at the Salem witch trials in North America were not burned at the stake; about 15 died in prison, 19 were hanged and one was pressed to death.”

 

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