mr_popcorn‘s air-tight argument:
Nicolas Cage did, and it made him crazy.
Touche, mr_popcorn, touche.
Commenters also explored the age-old philosophical concept of chance.
What trips out Reddit thread contributor thebenefitofbalance:
While others pondered the bizarre and arbitrary social norms to which we all subconsciously subscribe.
Something that really boggles spyro_96:
Clapping. At what point was a human so excited by something that they repeatedly slapped their own hands together in approval of something? Did we watch seals do it first and copy them? People are weird.
Indeed, they are.
It’s true. We feel as if the inclination is natural, yet, in reality, clapping is actually a completely learned reaction to an emotional response.
We may excitedly collide our flattened hands together as a means to express satisfaction, while German’s pound their fists onto a surface.
Therefore, spyro_96‘s conclusion remains sound.
People are weird.
Questions of time and theories of relativity are unearthed.