What’s the #1 lie that your kids tell you? It MIGHT be that they washed their hands.
In a survey, 59% of adults say in the Shreveport area and beyond say that . . . when they were kids . . . they’d just PRETEND to wash their hands in the bathroom. They’d run the water for a little bit . . . turn it off . . . then walk out.
CLASSIC kid behavior: That takes about the same time and effort as actually washing their hands, but they don’t . . . for whatever reason.
So it’s not surprising that now . . . as adults . . . only 25% of parents believe that their kids wash their hands as much as they say they do.
Dads are more gullible: 60% of fathers say they think their kids DO wash their hands . . . MOST of the time. But only 51% of mothers agree to that.
But, now I’m wondering — are there any adults in the Shreveport area that are doing this? Just turning on the water and pretending to wash their hands?