What are some legends from your cunt?
In the US we have the "Toe Monster" who'll come into your room and eat your toes if you don't wear shoes to bed.
>In the US we have the "Toe Monster" who'll come into your room and eat your toes if you don't wear shoes to bed.
So that's why they do it.
In New Zealand we have the Taniwha, which are water serpents that protect the land.
枕返し literally "pillow-turner"
it's uncertain about every dertail but only thing that he turns pillow over
By guarding the coastline. Some live in rivers as well.
The first year of primary school I was in a play about some little kids who got lost in the woods and found a Taniwha. There were like four of us inside the costume as his legs. I wish I had a picture of it.
>Sucks when the pillow gets warm and you gotta flip it to cool down.
I have literally never done this or had to do this or even considered thinking of this. I first heard about it from facebook back in the day when everyone was joining that group. Is pillow flipping like fingerboxes on /b/ or have I been blessed my whole life with comfy pillows?
At midnight, If you say out loud "Veronica" 3 times while looking at a mirror and holding some scissors.
A woman will come out of the mirror that night and cut your dick with said scissors.
Just the standard stuff. The black dog, roman ghosts, giants.
There's a rock formation near me that forms a cliff face in the shape of a foot, there's a local legend that says an ettun (local word for giant) was chased by his wife after he was caught fucking around, and his heel struck the rock making him fall into the valley below where his wife killed him with the surrounding boulders that fell of the split rock. Fun stuff.
My mom always told me I would get rectangular eyes if I watched too much television.
>The three Sacred Treasures
The regalia represent the three primary virtues: valor (the sword), wisdom (the mirror), and benevolence (the jewel).
Due to the legendary status of these items, their locations are not confirmed, but it is commonly thought that the sword is located at Atsuta Shrine in Nagoya, the jewel is located at the Three Palace Sanctuaries in Kōkyo (the Imperial Palace in Tokyo), and the mirror is located in the Ise Grand Shrine in Mie Prefecture.
Since 690, the presentation of these items to the Emperor by the priests at the shrine has been a central element of the enthronement ceremony. This ceremony is not public, and these items are by tradition only seen by the Emperor and certain priests. Because of this, no known photographs or drawings exist. Two of the three treasures (the jewel and sword, as well as the Privy Seal of Japan and the State Seal of Japan) were last seen during the accession and enthronement of Emperor Akihito in 1989 and 1993 but were shrouded in packages.
(from wikipedia) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_Regalia_of_Japan
The guy in red cloak.
He wears silk hat, mask and red cloak. He appears out of nowhere and ask elementary school kids "Red, white or blue, which do you like?" when they are heading home from school in evening.
Kids who answer red get slashed with some sharp blade and killed while being covered with blood.
Kids who answer white get all their blood drained and killed while looking very pale.
Kids who answer blue get sunk into water and drowned.