Well uhm, legends tend to be exactly that ... but obviously a hypochondriac can get I´ll too and occasionally even far out legends turn out to have a basis in some form of truth.
But in general, no ....
I'd like to and that makes me do believe in "some" of them that makes sense of a story. I like the feeling of getting thrilled, excited to a really captivating urban legend.
Not really but they make a good story and that's all that really matters.
by Stephanie Das6 years ago
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