The James T. Callow Folklore Archive
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WHY WAS COLUMBUS NOTED FOR ECONOMY?
HE TRAVELED 30,000 MILES TO THE GALLON.
Submitter comment: FROM SCHOOL
|Subject headings:||RIDDLE -- Riddle Question|
Date learned: 04-15-1967
CORN SHOULD BE PLANTED UNDER LEO TO INSURE LARGE
CORN SHOULD BE PLANTED UNDER GEMINI TO INSURE TWO
EARS PER STALK.
Submitter comment: LEARNED FROM AN UNCLE, JOHN FURR.
Data entry tech comment: GEMINI=TWINS
|Subject headings:|| Observation|
BELIEF -- Plant husbandry Farming
Date learned: 11-23-1967
DON'T CUT HORNS WHEN THE SIGN IS IN THE HEART.
|Subject headings:||BELIEF -- Animal Husbandry Farming Ranching|
Date learned: 09-23-1973
In Haiti, there is a small lizard-type animal, resembling a chameleon, because right before it bites you, it changes colors so that you can't see it. When it does bite, its jaws lock and it dangles on your body. The only way you can get it off is to find a donkey and make it bray - there by forcing the animal to open its jaws.
Data entry tech comment:
Motifs added by TRD
James Callow comment:
Original BN [P750] crossed out. Replaced wtih current classification
|Subject headings:||BELIEF -- Animal|