Cracked.com looks at six cultural myths that most people believe are true but are actually quite false:
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My, you’re being prolific today. I’m afraid to ask which ones of these you believed… The pear device? :o)
Actually, yes. I did believe about the torture devices, but not for the Middle Ages. I believed that they were used in the Renaissance, and that’s because the museums told me they were when I was growing up. I also believed the burned bras. It seemed logical, not fringe, to me. But reading about how it was fibbed as a discrediting device, that seemed very logical as well. And sad.
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