19 Lies You Believed Growing Up In Britain
I'm still waiting on my Beanie Babies to help me afford a mortgage.
That if you rubbed two gooey aliens against each other they could have a baby.
That one day your Beanie Babies collection would be worth a fortune.
That holding a buttercup under someone's chin was a good way of determining wether they liked butter or not.
That repeating "Bloody Mary" three times in the mirror would result in her ghost showing up and probably killing you.
That a rubber was a good way of making life choices.
And that a device made from paper could accurately predict the future.
That you could teach your Furby how to swear.
That Kel from Kennan and Kel had died in a car accident.
That the phrase "no more tears" actually meant "no more tears".
That eating bread crusts would make your hair go curly.
That peeing in a public pool would cause a dye to activate and turn it a different coulour.
That the white part of ink eraser pens contained pig urine as an ingredient.
That you could find Mew by moving the truck in Pokémon Red and Blue.
That swallowed chewing gum stays inside your body for seven whole years.
And that swallowing the stone of a plum would cause a tree to grow inside of you.
That a former pupil in your school had swung on the back legs of their chair, fallen backwards, and cracked their head open.
That your eyes would turn square from watching too much television.
That if the wind changed direction while you were making a face, your face would stay like that.
That turning on the inside light of a car while it was moving is illegal.
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