What was your “so THATS why that rule exists” moment?

What was your “so THATS why that rule exists” moment?

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  1. Whenever I would open or break down cardboard boxes, I would always sweep the knife or scissors toward my other hand that was holding the box still. I was told at least 100 times to not cut toward myself by my mother and grandparents. I now how a pretty large scar on my left hand from accidentally stabbing myself with scissors and I no longer cut towards myself.

  2. They taught me to never jump off spinning chairs at school, so out of spite, I jumped off the spinning chair THE SAME DAY they talked about the dangers of standing on a spinning chair. I ended up spraining my leg. It was a really fun experience explaining to my parents, doctors, and teachers what I had done.

  3. when i realized that the US constitution has an amendment to legalize slavery in prisons, the criminalization of harmless things like weed started to make sense

  4. When I was still in university, I lived at a condo with roommates. It was a very student full place and there was a pool. On the pool was a sign for no glass in the pool, like bottles or something like that. I never thought about it until I saw someone drop a bottle in the pool and then someone proceeded to cut their foot with it. Really killed the mood of the party too.

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