Some, so called experts, claim one should wash your hands while singing “Happy Birthday”. At the conclusion of the song, hand washing is complete. This strikes me as a typical liberal ploy. Identify a process, implement it, check all the boxes and declare victory at the end, without regard for actual results.
Let’s apply real life to hand washing. Ever worked on a car, painted a room, or planted a shrub? Did your hands get dirty? Had you sung a rousing chorus of “Happy Birthday” would they have been clean? I’m betting nothing short of the Gettysburg Address would do.
The problem is that using time as a performance standard doesn’t work in hand washing. Here is a different standard. It suggests an actual inspection with a standard for passing.
Sing what you want. If there is still glitter on your hands when the wife gets home, you’ll be singing in a higher key. What’s so hard to understand about that?