Don’t Forget to Wash Behind Your Ears May 25, 2013

Don’t Forget to Wash Behind Your Ears

When I was a kiddo, I thought the line “Don’t forget to wash behind your ears” inferred a hygienic imperative. To prevent the worst case scenario (whatever that might be) I scrubbed behind my ears with great purpose. After much longer than I’m willing to admit, I realized it was just a creative turn of phrase. I still wash behind my ears, but without the worry. Funny how things you are told as a child effect your behavior.

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