Top 10 Urban Legends That AREN’T True

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Welcome to Top10Archive! Everybody has a story – just not all of them are true. Some widely circulated stories, or urban legends, have been retold and believed so many times that they’ve been accepted as fact. Have you fallen victim to any of these top 10 harmless tall tales or can you spot a bona fide urban legend when you hear one?

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10. Richard Gere’s Sexploration
9. Accidental Tourist
8. Coca-Cola Solvent
7. The Duck’s Quack
6. JFK and the German Pastry
5. The Jedi Religion
4. Drill Instructor Knotts
3. Navy SEAL Fred Rogers
2. Pop Rocks and Coke
1. Black Market Kidneys

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15 thoughts on “Top 10 Urban Legends That AREN’T True

  1. Great video! I have heard of all of these except the gerbil one.
    It is hard to believe that anyone actually believed them, but I guess some
    did.

    1. Thanks Janus! I personally fell for the Mr. Rogers one when I was in grade
      school (about 20 years ago now). It was a lot easier to get away with it
      back then without the internet!

  2. Another rumor about Mr. Roger’s is that they say he was a convicted
    pedophile who was doing the show as probation. It’s so stupid and makes
    such little sense. Some parents will cause an uproar for show if they have
    two characters hold hands and you want people to believe that they’d let a
    pedophile air a kids show?!

  3. Pop Rocks were meant to be Like Cool Aid with Fizz. But the Fizz just
    didn’t work. The inventor liked it without the water and Marketed them as
    Candy instead.

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