The Washington Post has a hilarious article on the five-second rule, which dictates that food can be rescued from the ground if it hasn’t been there very long. The article exposes the irrationality behind the rule by citing recent studies on the time course of bacterial contamination. At the same time, it celebrates the rule as a litmus for social acceptability. It’s a pleasure to read.
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