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it's an old wives tale a onion under a pillow is supposed to be good luck (not that I would keep an onion under my pillow)

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Well actually, there's a myth that says onions absorb virus' like cold and flu etc. Google it. They say its a bunch of hog wash, but you never know, it could be true.

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it's actually scientifically proven that open onions will absorb viruses. in the olden days people didn't have a name for their illnesses so they thought they were evil spirits haunting them and they thought the onion, which healed them of the sickness, prevented the "evil spirits" from coming. so essentially, his father is right. just saying

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60, I was going to thumb up your comment till I got to the end and saw "just saying" which resulted in a thumb down. Of course you are just saying. If you weren't, then your comment wouldn't exist.

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"Ha! You think your puny onion can protect you?!" *throws onion two feet to the left*. "Your soul is mine now, foolish mortal!"

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You're right, they can't. But sometimes, a precious cheese burger can. And they definitely saved me from being scared of the boogie man...

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To everyone who commented on this particular comment. You're all awesome! I'm not a lone veggie-tale-er! :D

Actually a cut onion does keep your airways open in case of a cold and seems to help in curing said cold, guess your dad has some other crap mixed in there though

Why the hell not? This banana in my ear is keeping all the rabid bats away. Well you don't see any rabid bats, do you? So it must be working.

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A banana in your ear does absolutely nothing to keep away rabid bats. On the other hand, a daily shot of whiskey keeps away centaurs.

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