learning outcomes ideally begins in childhood, where natural consequences are opportunities to think about the should's and should nots. a great teaching tool is to practice if/then scenarios.
~if you* board any aeroplane, anywhere in the world, then you will always be seated next to the person with a screaming infant. this parent will also be unfamiliar with antiperspirant products, or 'head and shoulders'.
~if you dont shave your legs for 3 days, and wear your holiest, tattiest knickers, you are guaranteed some action past second base.
~if you don't wash your car for several months, then farmers will begin blaming you for their dessicated crops.
~if you eat cheese before you go to bed, then you will have nightmares (according to some mothers).
~if you change a little boy's wet nappie, then he will still have some residual pee left over to spray you in the face with.
~if you hide behind the winter coats at target to silent fart, then every salesperson in the building will make a beeline to ask if you "need assistance".
*the choice of the pronoun "you", versus "i" was very deliberate and intentional.