Children's street culture
Children's street culture refers to the cumulative culture created by young children. Collectively, this body of knowledge is passed down from one generation of urban children to the next, and can als...
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Pere Lachaise Lap Dance
Père Lachaise Cemetery’s Victor Noir regularly receives posthumous hand jobs from the average public but the exquisite Dita VonTeese is not average and when it comes to sexy…she’s in a class by hersel...
25 Hottest Urban Legends - Snopes.com
25 hottest urban legends currently circulating most widely, as determined by frequency of access, user searches, reader e-mail, and media coverage...
The Moscow-Washington red phone wasn't red and wasn't a phone
The iconic idea of the direct line from Washington to Moscow is a bright red rotary phone. On this day in 1963, the first DC-to-Moscow hotline was installed in the White House. The purpose? Opening a ...
23 Things Everyone Believes That Have Been Disproven By MythBusters
Dropping a penny off the side of the Empire State Building could kill someone and more. Using your cell phone while pumping gas could trigger an explosion and more ...
Street games
A street game is a sport or game that is played on city streets rather than a prepared field. Street games are usually simply play time activities for children in the most convenient venue. However so...
Playground song
A playground song is a song sung by children, usually on a playground or other children's gathering place. Most such songs are traditional in nature and are passed, with constantly evolving regional v...
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Pere Lachaise Lap Dance
Père Lachaise Cemetery’s Victor Noir regularly receives posthumous hand jobs from the average public but the exquisite Dita VonTeese is not average and when it comes to sexy…she’s in a class by hersel...
Zip and bong
Zip and bong (also known as zip bong, zip 'n' bong, or zip zip bong) is a car or party group-dynamic game which requires little skill and no accessories. Surfacing around the turn of the 21st century,...
Urban legend
An urban legend, urban myth, urban tale, or contemporary legend, is a form of modern folklore consisting of stories that may or may not have been believed by their tellers to be true, and often posses...
Sea Lion Woman
"Sea Lion Woman" (also "Sea-Line Woman", "See [the] Lyin' Woman", "She Lyin' Woman", "See-Line Woman", or "C-Line Woman") is a traditional American folk song originally used as a children's playground...
Shirts versus skins
Shirts versus skins (or shirts and skins) is a common form of denoting team affiliations in an informal sports game; typically when played by males on a public court or field, such as in a city park o...
Miss Lucy had a baby
"Miss Lucy had a baby...", also known by various other names, is an American schoolyard rhyme. Originally used as a jump-rope chant, it is now more often sung alone or as part of a clapping game. It h...
Street child
Street children is a term for children experiencing homelessness who live on the streets of a city. Homeless youth are often called street kids and street youth; the definition of street children is c...
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Street children in Thailand
Based on the definition by the Inter-NGO Programme on Street Children and Street Youth, 1983, a street child refers to “any boy or girl…for whom the street in the widest sense of the word…has become h...
Wireball
Wireball is a street game related to baseball, usually formed as a pick-up game, in urban areas of the United States. The equipment consists of a pimple or, pensie pinkie ball and a convenient place...
Miss Susie
"Miss Susie had a steamboat", also known as "Hello Operator", "Miss Suzy", and many other names, is the name of an American schoolyard rhyme in which each verse leads up to a rude word or profanity wh...
Miss Susie - Wikipedia
Stickball
Stickball is a street game related to baseball, usually formed as a pick-up game played in large cities in the Northeastern United States, especially New York City and Philadelphia. The equipment cons...
Stickball - Wikipedia
Japanese Association of Supporting Streetchildren
The Japanese Association of Supporting Streetchildren (JASS) is a non-governmental organisation based in Huế, Vietnam. It was formed by a Japanese teacher, Michio Koyama, in 1994 with the aim of helpi...
Japanese Association of Supporting Streetchildren - Wikipedia
Spaldeen
A Spalding Hi-Bounce Ball, often called a Spaldeen is a small rubber ball, somewhat similar to a racquetball, supposedly made from the defective core of a tennis ball without the felt. It was the more...
Spaldeen - Wikipedia