Just so you know
Going outside with wet hair will not make you sick.
ok, so that raises a few questions.
- Did parents believe this? or did they not know it was incorrect?
- If they did know it was incorrect, Why would they want to tell us that?
- How many generations believed this saying?
- Did I only find out its incorrect because I could google it?Apparently this happens because of observations through generations of people getting sick during the winter season. A time when sickness has more of a chance of catching you.
I guess people of that time noticed the people more, with wet haired individuals becoming ill.
people making connections where there isn’t.
sort of like a taste tester for the time of kings. Maybe the kings were just allergic, when they believed the food was poisoned.
a taste tester would not be helpful in such a situation.