Urban legends & myths get a boost with every innovation in the way we communicate. The SAME exact effing ones get recycled from stories we told in the 80's, then as weird 24 pt, bold, colored font e-mails in the 90's, to today's moronic FaceBook posts.
Just recently I read the one about [insert famous black guy] on an elevator, blah, blah, blah... then the next day my friend's aunt got a bouquet of $100 bills with a note stating how funny famous black guy found the mix up. The first time I had heard it was roughly 30 years ago.
So my question is, which urban legend WILL NOT DIE no matter how many years go by?
I've totally given up, or in, and now I just like to hear them.
Got it? Good. Go! (No seriously, leave! Because the call is coming from inside the house!)
Bonus points: Make up a new one that we can start on twitter or FaceBook or whatever. The genre needs some new blood in my opinion.
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