Mythology and Folklore from your country.

Opticana

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It's a hairy little nigger that sneaks his incredibly long dick under doors to rape your wife/daughter.
Wish I was lying.

He's actualy kinda usefull because he can explain unwanted pregnancies

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In some cases, Kurupi is blamed with the disappearance of young women, supposedly stealing them away to his home in the forest for use in satiating his libidinous desires (rape).
 

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You know how the Black Hebrew Israelites claim that they're the real Jews and used to be kangz and all that? What if I went waaaaaay down the rabbit hole and told you that actually, the real black kangz were the Jews all along?

The background to this is that the book of Exodus has Moses fleeing from Egypt when he is (presumably) a young man, but later states that he was eighty years old when he approached Pharoah. So what what was he doing all that time? Why, ruling Ethiopia, of course.

TL;DR - Moses ends up in Ethiopia in the middle of a war. The Ethiopians immediately appoint him commander-in-chief, because he had a "noble countenance", and he later becomes king. This worked out for a while, but the Ethiopians got rid of him once they wised up to the fact that he was too racist to marry an Ethiopian woman. Moses moved on to Midian, and the biblical story picks up again.
I like Ethiopia's various weird Abrahamic Traditions.
 

You Bastard Guy

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Two from the land of fuck-pillows and weeb dreams, relevant to Current Year.

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The monster is called an amabie. It’s a bird-mermaid thing related to illness and epidemics. Of course, it’s everywhere right now. I’ve even seen an amabie mascot costume, so you can look forward to that being the next big fursona fuck-suit thing.

The second is a kuchisake-onna, “slit-mouthed woman.” This is an urban legend. In the story, a woman in a mask approaches a lone school-aged kid on the street. “Do you think I’m pretty?” she asks. Regardless of the kid’s answer, she takes off her mask to reveal the Japanese equivalent of the Glasgow Smile and says, ‘how about now?’ Then she either eats the kid or bites his ears/face/whatever off. Obviously a “don’t talk to strangers” allegory.
 

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Two from the land of fuck-pillows and weeb dreams, relevant to Current Year.

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The monster is called an amabie. It’s a bird-mermaid thing related to illness and epidemics. Of course, it’s everywhere right now. I’ve even seen an amabie mascot costume, so you can look forward to that being the next big fursona fuck-suit thing.

The second is a kuchisake-onna, “slit-mouthed woman.” This is an urban legend. In the story, a woman in a mask approaches a lone school-aged kid on the street. “Do you think I’m pretty?” she asks. Regardless of the kid’s answer, she takes off her mask to reveal the Japanese equivalent of the Glasgow Smile and says, ‘how about now?’ Then she either eats the kid or bites his ears/face/whatever off. Obviously a “don’t talk to strangers” allegory.
Isn’t the trick to say something like “you’re very average”, confusing her just long enough so you can run away.
 

You Bastard Guy

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Isn’t the trick to say something like “you’re very average”, confusing her just long enough so you can run away.
Could be. I’m pretty sure it’s one of those things that varies by the telling.

There’s also—

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The akaname, or “filth-licker.” It goes into dirty bathhouses and bathrooms and does as the name suggests.

I’m going to guess without looking that there is a troon with this fetish, and that it has a Twitter account under that name.
 

Coelacanth

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Could be. I’m pretty sure it’s one of those things that varies by the telling.

There’s also—


The akaname, or “filth-licker.” It goes into dirty bathhouses and bathrooms and does as the name suggests.

I’m going to guess without looking that there is a troon with this fetish, and that it has a Twitter account under that name.
Don't forget Aka Manto - a guy in a cape and a mask who appears when you run out of toilet paper. He asks if you want red or blue paper - if you pick red he tears the skin from your back. If you pick blue, he strangles you.

And if you instead say yellow? He shoves your head into the toilet and drowns you in your own piss.

Let me tell you all about the Goodest Boy of Suffolk.

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Don't be alarmed by his odd appearance. This guy's only aggro if you intend to do some malicious harm to someone else.

There are lots of demon dogs in the UK and nearly all of them are believed to go after sinners and drag them to hell, trailing fire behind them as they go. But the Black Shuck is an exception to the rule. The Black Shuck is seen as a guardian of sorts - there are many tales of people who've caught a glimpse of this guy around Suffolk. Some say he guards graveyards, helping wandering souls to reach the afterlife - others say that he is a guardian of the living who wander into the woods late at night. He protects them from danger and wards off evil spirits.

There's one thing the stories of him escorting the living have in common - nearly all of the people have dogs of their own, or are dog lovers. He's particularly fond of them - and perhaps has a bit of respect for those who take care of their good boys.
 

BullDogsLipBrandClamjuice

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I notice in many American folklore or tall tales the protagonist dies trying to out do a machine. Paul Bunion goes off after the electric saw is made and beats him, John Henry dies trying to out do the steam drill. Johnny Apple seed, wel actually I'm pretty sure just dies of old age after heading west.
I feel like it subconsciously reflects the death of the old "rugged American individualism in the late 19th century when Industry took control.

I read more into paul Bunion recently. He walked through the south west dragging his hammer and made the Grand Canyon. There was more wack tales about him but I'm half asleep so I'm running a blank.

I remember I got really autistic when I was looking into him during the pandemic. The disney song says he's 63 ax handles high. So let's say your average ax handle runs about 30 inches. So that makes Paul 1890 inches or 157.5 feet tall.
 

Tism the Return

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It's a hairy little nigger that sneaks his incredibly long dick under doors to rape your wife/daughter.
Wish I was lying.

He's actualy kinda usefull because he can explain unwanted pregnancies

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There's a very similar creature in Chilean folklore called the Trauco. It's more of a forest Leprechaun but the rest of the details are pretty similar minus the door bit, it's also used to explain away unwanted pregnancies.
 

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The Essex village of Canewdon, in England, has long-held associations with witchcraft and the supernatural. One piece of folklore is that there are always six witches resident in the village - three of cotton, from the lower classes, and three of silk, from the upper classes. The 12th century church of St Nicholas is the focal point for much of the local mythology. When a stone falls from the tower (which dates to the 15th century) it is said to indicate that one of these witches has died and that a successor has risen in his or her place. Running anticlockwise around the church at midnight, a certain number times, can result either in the devil being summoned or a portal into the past being opened. You may also find yourself forced to dance with witches. I don't know whether this is a formal dance. The witches would probably fill you in on the details. It does sound rather ominous, like it might be a precursor to something worse.

The police cordon off Canewdon during Halloween because of the amount of ghost hunters and curious visitors who descend upon the village.
 

Ma_Hooty

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I have some stories about Coyote, who was very versatile in how he liked to fuck people over (but then, that's how all trickster gods work).

There's the story of the Thompson Indians where Raven wanted death as there would otherwise be too many men. Coyote said sleep was better but Crow, Fly and Maggot told Coyote to shut up. When Raven found out his daughter was going to be the first to die, he wanted to reverse his choice, but Coyote said, "Lol no takesies backsies."

The Caddo Indians also have story about Coyote bringing death to the world, but he has a more direct hand in it:

In the long long ago, there was no such thing as death, so everything kept on living until there was barely any room on the land for anything new. A bunch of chieftans gathered to figure out what to do and when one of them brought the idea of putting people in temporary stasis, Coyote piped up and told him that was retarded, that everyone needed to die or there would be no food. The chieftains told Coyote to shut up because they'd be sad if their family members died and decided on the stasis idea.

So they directed the medicine men to make a hut where they would place the dead in and summon the Spirit of the Dead to bring them back to life. They placed a dead person in the hut and sang before leaving the hut alone...all except Coyote, who stayed behind. Several days later, the Spirit came towards the hut as a whirlwind and just as it was about to enter the hut, Coyote shut the door and, by breaking the ritual, brought about permanent death.
 

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Solomonari are a school of magicians constituted by stolen children; they control the weather, ride dragons, and test the people (by disguising themselves as beggars and begging about the village). There are also Solomonari who live away from the Solomonarie (having failed their tests, or grown averse to the school), sometimes selling their services to the village folk as anti-Solomonari (changing untoward weather, and the like).

They are somewhat similar to the Strigoi, which is really as much a sorcerer as a vampire.

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There are also the "Blajini," which are diminutive, mouse-headed humanoids that live in their own land. They are faultless, and live according to God's way, but they are not able to keep track of time (or something like that), and so Christians float something (I guess these are painted eggs) down the river, to their land, to let them know that Passover has come (so they can celebrate it).

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There's also a guy called Krim Rosu, but he's not real.
 

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