Obviously every leprechaun we've seen is wearing a green get-up, thus distinguishing them as such in Irish folklore. It's believed that leprechauns pinch those who aren't wearing the color, which has developed into others pinching people to remind them that leprechauns wouldn't approve of their non-green apparel.Mar 15, 2016
"The health benefit differences are negligible. However, green apples may contain slightly more fibre and less carbohydrates and sugar than red apples," Tuck said. If antioxidants are your focus, then red apples win. Again, the difference is small.May 17, 2017
Decrease your pH level. To fix a green pool, you'll need to start by decreasing the water's pH level. ... Add super shock chlorine. Next you'll need to give your pool a shock dosing of chlorine. ... Clear up the water. ... Kill off any algae.
In the 1930s a certain American soft drinks company decided Santa should be dressed in red as part of a marketing campaign and that has stuck. It's often thought that Father Christmas and Santa Claus are one and the same person. ... He travelled in his red robes giving gifts to the poor, in particular children.Dec 4, 2009
Don't be surprised if you get pinched. No surprise, it's an entirely American tradition that probably started in the early 1700s. St. Patrick's revelers thought wearing green made one invisible to leprechauns, fairy creatures who would pinch anyone they could see (anyone not wearing green).Mar 17, 2010