14 Myths Some People in Idaho May Still Hold On To
How many 'facts' do you believe are absolutely true? You’ve learned it as a child, or someone told you and you take it as truth. That is what is called a myth. Shall we see who knows any better?
Don’t hide under an overpass to save yourself from a tornado. Jump into a ditch and lay flat.
Goldfish have longer than a 3-second memory. Maybe try training them to do tricks.
Cracking your knuckles will not give you arthritis. It may tell you when you have it, though. Pain is a great indicator.
MSG or monosodium glutamate is not bad for you.
Birds can eat rice. Maybe wedding venues just don’t want to worry about the mess.
Shaving does not make hair grow back thicker. Waxing and plucking affect the root, but shaving has no bearing.
Cats should not be given milk. They may like it, but most cats are lactose intolerant.
Sugar does not make children hyperactive. They were like that to begin with.
Sit as close to the TV as you want. It can cause a crick in the neck, but not blindness. Parents who have to buy glasses for their children came up with that one on their own.
Lie detectors are not always accurate. That's why they are not admissible in court.
Pure water does not conduct electricity, the minerals and chemicals IN water do.
The Great Wall of China cannot be seen from space.
Gum doesn’t take 7 years to digest. It doesn’t digest at all. It passes right through.
A penny dropped from the Empire State Building will not kill you. It would hurt a bit.