Sometimes I have the most rapid-fire random thoughts, it’s hard to keep up. And sometimes I take it to another level and investigate them. I’m certain this isn’t normal.
This day my husband and I were in the kitchen doing I don’t even know what, and he began to whistle. It made me smile but it also gave me pause. As usual, my brain went into overload.
You’re whistling. Why do people whistle? Why are YOU whistling? Is whistling a decision? Does your brain say okay, let’s whistle now? Like, what’s the process? I mean the dwarfs whistled while they worked but there was only ONE happy one. So is whistling good or bad? *faint*.
So I decided to check this out (you know, because I don’t have five MILLION other things I need to be doing). Turns out here isn’t much information out there about whistling! I managed to scrape up five interesting tidbits.
1. Whistling distracts and calms the brain.
2. Whistling relieves tension
3. Whistling is a habit. Some people don’t even realize they’re doing it.
4. There are many superstitions about whistling
5. Men whistle far more than women.
Click Here to learn about the International Whistlers Convention
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