Hundreds of urban legends have been recycled throughout time. A popular campfire story that was extremely popular in the 1950s will achieve a new and improved form within the twenty-first century and thus will be fooling people once again, in a more modern style. In other situations, many urban legends were originated by people who wanted to appear wiser or more informed on a subject than what might truly be the true scenario. All of these urban legends though, they still make us wonder... Green M&M's The green "aphrodisiac" M&M.\u00a0Pinterest.com In around 1993, Mars, Inc. which is the pioneer company of M&Ms, was taken to court and got slapped a big fat fine when it was realized that the green candy coating on the green M&M chocolate candies contained a stimulant that was "supposed to arouse children". The candy company was apparently plotting to sexually arouse innocent little kids with whatever substance was used in the green M&Ms. All of this was supposedly a scam to drive these children into the dangerous hands of pornographers. The famous candy company had also released a bunch of salacious television commercials featuring models posing in stances that might suggest how a child would pose for a pornographer.\u00a0Parents rapidly started writing to the company, urging them to take the green flavor off the market. Snakes in the Toilet Snakes in a toilet via Miamiherald "Ophidiophobia", or the phobia of snakes\u00a0is one of\u00a0the oldest fears in the history of mankind. The most realistic way this urban legend came to be probably dates back to the ancient warnings of the primitive people of the world. They were very careful\u00a0about the areas that\u00a0they selected to do their business\u00a0while also obeying a call of nature. As humans evolved more and more, the outdoor toilet was a place which often concealed snakes that would scare or bite someone, which would eventually lead to a venomous death. With centuries of intimidation from snakes, it seems a natural progression to bring such an ancient fear into man's modern plumbing and toilet facilities. A phantom hitchhiker on the freeway... Who is it really? Click "Next" to find out. Jesus On The Freeway Phantom Hitchhiker via DVD Classik There was a couple driving across the states on vacation. Suddenly by the right side of the road, there stood a straggly looking, full-bearded hitchhiker. He may have appeared pretty messy at first glance, but the couple seemed to think he was alright and they agreed it was a good idea to give him a ride... After driving for a couple of miles, they asked him where they were dropping him off. He responded in a brief lecture on Heaven. The couple was touched by his words and felt safe knowing that they picked up such a wholesome, religious man.He then shifted the conversation a little by bringing up judgment day. He warned the couple that it was coming and it was coming soon. The couple looked around all of sudden and to their surprise, the hitchhiker had disappeared. They then realized that the man who was just sitting in their backseat was Jesus himself, warning them about Judgement Day. Proctor and Gamble And Satanism Proctor and Gamble 1960s logo via Theworldsbestever It was somewhere in the '60's during the dawning of the Age of Aquarius. The "New Age" philosophies were all the buzz and there was some gossip going around about Proctor and Gamble's logo which they had been using for eons. The belief was that their logo was a symbol of Satanism. According to popular belief, there are thirteen Satanists in a coven, and there were thirteen stars on P&G's logo. There was a grinning moon in the logo as well. This was believed to\u00a0be there to represent the devilish activities that go on in the middle of the night. In 1994, a group of Christian zealots finally took action. They accused the president of the company of being a Satanist and that he used the company's money for his charities towards The Church of Satan. None of this was true at all. But even though\u00a0P&G's lawyers won about nine court decisions announcing that the rumors were in fact not true what so ever, the popular tale about Satan pulling in cash from Proctor & Gamble's various products continues to haunt the company's hypothetical devil horn's to this very day. Scuba divers in trees? Click "Next" to find out more. The Scuba Diver In The Tree https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vu4egAJyVQBY And so the story goes, while authorities were investigating the remains after a forest fire in California erupted, they were shocked when they found the body of a man in a scuba suit within the branches of a tree. The man had various deep burns from the fire- yet the autopsy told a different story. It said that he had in fact not died from the flames but from extreme internal injuries.\u00a0Dental records provided the man's name and contact info, and the investigators got in contact with his family to try and find out how a man dressed in a scuba suit could possibly end up in the branches of a tree hidden deep inside this burnt forest. His family, in a total state of shock, told the authorities that the man had gone diving in an ocean area somewhere about thirty miles away from where he was found. As the authorities began to put the pieces of this puzzle together, they concluded that this man had accidentally been scooped up along with gallons and gallons of water by one of the helitankers that were sent to help the firefighters. This scuba diver unfortunately just had bad luck. He was dumped into the forest along with thousands of gallons of salt water, in an attempt to put out the vast forest fire. Even though this story has been told over and over again, there has never been a legitimate record of a scuba diver being dumped out of a helitanker in California, ever. Also, according to authorities, the water that is sucked up by these helitankers is vacuumed up by hoses, leaving no room for a human body to be sucked in. The story was never been officially proven false, though... If Your College Roommate Commits Suicide... Roommates in a college dorm, Washington University via Washington University Libraries Apparently, it is a standard rule at every college that if a student's roommate commits suicide, that student will immediately receive a 4.0 for that present school term. This myth has been proven absolutely false. Any variations of this fable such as the roommate being murdered, killed by accident or just dying from a terminal illness- earn the living roommate that perfect grade point average. However, there have never been any legitimate records of any student trying their luck at this action... Sources- \u00a0(Unexplainedstuff.com, Youtube) Do you think any of these urban legends are true? Tell us in the comments section below. Related: \tThe Legend Of The Lochness Monster: Folklore, Fact Or Wishful Thinking? \tWho Shot J.R.? And Other Shocking TV Cliffhangers \tScary Celebrity Ghost Sightings!