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adding a pregnant woman’s bodily fluids to boiled cabbage water?
With each soon-to-be-mom and “been there, done that” mom that said it was legitimate, I became convinced that cabbage is more than just a pretty source of roughage.
One of the women, pregnant with her sixth child SWORE by this prediction method. As soon as I started mentioning it to other friends, several of them came out and cheerfully confirmed the validity of this test.
I first heard of this test early on during this pregnancy, thanks to other pregnant women in my online “Due Date Club” group. ) Quick to seek the opinions of others, I posted the picture on Facebook, hoping others would settle the issue.
There wasn’t a clear answer, even among Facebook friends.
Cranberry, Magenta, Purple and “Shocking Pink” were some of the opinions offered. No matter where I pulled the color, the liquid always came up in the red zone.
pull the color in a graphics program and see what it “really” is.
since taking the Gender Maker test, which came up with “girl” results, this baby grew something and turned into a answer?
This test was the ONLY gender prediction test that ended up correct!
Molinsky, Boston University, Boston, MA and Bill Bliss Steven J. He has worked in the field of English Language Teaching since 1974, teaching and directing training programs in the United States and in the Philippines. She is a series consultant for the bestselling adult series, Future: English for Results.
Molinsky is Professor of Education at Boston University, where he directs the Graduate Program in TESOL. Take the Sarah Lynn: Adjunct ESOL Instructor, Bridge Program – Harvard University Abstract: How can we prepare adult students for academic success, workplace training and advancement, and citizenship/civic responsibility?