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What do you think about personal electrical polarity?

Asked by YARNLADY (39528 points ) December 20th, 2013

In the electrical sense, when I was younger, I never experienced getting shocked from things in the room. Computers and other electronic devices went wonky when I touched them.

Now, I get shocked just like everyone else, and electronic devices no longer go wonky.

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ragingloli's avatar

I do not trust the veracity of your memories.

JLeslie's avatar

I never heard of personal electrical polarity, what exactly does that mean? I know I get shocked in the dry of the winter time. I hate it. I hate the dry, I hate the shock, I hate the fly away hair.

I have a friend who believes she drains batteries. All her electronics drop dead on her.

syz's avatar

Huh?

YARNLADY's avatar

Electrical polarity is just a made up term, since I don’t know what to call it. I used to be able to take the shockyness out of just washed clothes by touching them.

It’s sort of a reverse static electricity.

ISmart's avatar

I hear it is great.. one of my friends used it four times but he said the fourth time hurt a bit.

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