Old wives tales, something circulated that might have applied at one time but not anymore.
Or just a myth, fabrication for the secondary gain. Like the one about no swimming until a half hour after lunch kids. Was it because scientifically in most cases swimming cramps happened if Mickey's little hand moved half a notch, his big one a half turn?
Or did the ladies want to clean up the paper plates from the cook out, talk, have a coffin nail to puff on and then, okay.
Butting out the Virginia Slim. Let's get back to motherhood, apple pie, baseball and Chevrolet. Adjusting the curlers and nodding their head to summons, bring those kids back into action. Quaker's Meeting is over and childhood resumes.
In real estate, the myth about home property listings don't sell in winter.
Or the other misinformation about no one buys real estate, even thinks about what's for sale around the pair of year end holidays, New Year's Eve too.